A British intelligence service, the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) has embarked upon a large-scale recruitment campaign.
The organisation is hoping to attract candidates through its use of technological aides, including a new website, and placing advertisements on social sites such as MSN and Bebo.
Digital advertisements for candidates will also line the walls of London's underground, it was announced.
GCHQ is also hoping to lure candidates by giving them a taste of the company's work environment as well as advertising its flexible approach towards working hours.
Press officer at the organisation Alan Thompson said: "We are making a substantial investment in finding the right people to work at GCHQ. We offer a range of challenging and interesting work in an excellent working environment."
MI5, Britain's famed intelligence service, also announced its intentions to employ more lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender candidates this week to demonstrate its dedication to workplace diversity.