Transcript - CSE: The most important organization you've never heard of.
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An employee from CSE’s Foreign Signals Intelligence directorate (SIGINT employee, hereafter) is working at her desk in front of computer monitors.
Closeup of the SIGINT employee writing on a notepad branded with CSE’s tagline “CSE: The most important organization you’ve never heard of.”
A meeting notification pops up on the computer screen, it reads: Daily Intelligence Briefing in 5 minutes.
SIGINT employee gathers papers and puts them inside of a black folio with the CSE badge embossed on the front.
Closeup on SIGINT employee’s feet as she walks down a hallway and enters a boardroom.
Narrator: CSE is the Communications Security Establishment.
Narrator: With a career at CSE, you’re helping to protect Canada.
SIGINT employee makes her way to the head of the table where a diverse group of people are meeting.
Narrator: As an intelligence analyst, you help Canada respond to foreign threats, like extremist groups and hostile states.
The SIGINT employee speaks to the meeting attendees while handing out papers. A very large monitor on the wall behind her reads “The Transnational Extremist Threat”.
Narrator: Your work helps keep Canadians safe.
A team lead from the cybersecurity directorate (Cyber employee, hereafter) points to a large wall mounted touch screen with a diagram titled “Compromise Overview” while discussing with colleagues.
Narrator: Defending Canada against cyber threats is a serious responsibility.
The manager of a corporate services team (Corporate employee, hereafter) discusses an onscreen infographic titled “Campaign Budget and Forecast, Fiscal Year Overview” with a colleague.
Narrator: You'll be protecting Canada from cyber criminals who want to disrupt the essential networks that support our society and economy.
Corporate employee and colleague conduct an interview.
Narrator: But it's not just high-tech jobs... CSE's people come from a variety of backgrounds and skillsets. Everyone brings something unique to the table.
Corporate employee stands at a podium delivering a presentation on a large projector screen titled “Fostering Growth and Development within your Team”.
Closeup of a CSE Corporate award plaque reads “Alex Martin… For your exceptional contribution to advancing CSE’s mission through technical excellence”.
Narrator: We have the innovation you'd find at a startup, but it's not about the bottom line... It's about protecting Canadians.
A wide shot of the atrium in CSE’s Edward Drake Building (EDB) as a diverse group of people move about.
Narrator: That sense of purpose brings people together.
CSE employees work out together in the gym at EDB.
Narrator: There's a feeling of community that goes beyond the work.
A man is seen painting the sidewalk outside of the EDB to resemble the Progress Pride flag.
SIGINT employee gathers some documents and places them inside a cabinet and closes it.
Narrator: Yes, there are parts of the job that we can't talk about outside the office, but that's a good thing! It means work stays at work.
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Narrator: And at the end of every day, we know we helped make a difference.
SIGINT employee receives instant message on screen from a colleague Robert LeBlanc, it reads “The operation was a success. Thanks again for that report!”
Narrator: Foreign signals intelligence…
Cyber employee is standing in front of a large wall mounted touchscreen, surrounded by colleagues drawing check marks onscreen to signify completed tasks.
Narrator: Cyber security…
Corporate employee stands smiling next to a window, looking outside of the EDB as people are seen chatting in small groups.
Narrator: It's all about protecting Canada.
On screen text: CSE (Communications Security Establishment)
On screen text: The most important organization you've never heard of.
On screen text: The most important organization you’ve now heard of.
On screen text: Apply now
On screen text: cse-cst.g.ca.ca/careers
On screen graphic: Government of Canada wordmark