The site, Mossad is available in Hebrew, English, Russian, French, Arabic and Persian and features inspirational quotations from Israeli leaders past and present and an unattributed "This is my secret - always and forever", which links to the careers section.
The "introduction questionnaire" asks candidates to pick their best qualities, such as sociability, charisma, analytical ability and inquisitiveness, and inquires about favourite hobbies and other indicators of personality.
A statement from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office said the aim of the new site was to make the organisation more accessible to potential recruits who may not be aware of the variety of positions available.
Government officials also circulated a Hebrew-language video featuring sunglasses-wearing, suited men drinking coffee while snooping around an unidentified modern office buildings, a woman breaking into a highly-secure communications room and plenty of satellite imagery.
On what appeared to be the Mossad's official YouTube channel, active only since last weekend, user comments were disabled below the recruitment video. It had received some 2,600 views so far this week.
Source: AFP via I-Net Bridge
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