The website, launched in various languages invites applications to recruit candidates to its ranks and provides information on its history, mission, values and former directors with the help of videos and testimonies by former members.
"The goal of the upgraded site is to make the organisation more accessible to potential recruits who may not be exposed to the variety of positions – in operations, intelligence, technology and administration – available," a press statement by the espionage agency said.
Mossad is looking for men and women alike.
"The State of Israel has been – and remains – under daily, tangible threats," the spy agency Director Tamir Pardo was quoted as saying.
"We must continue to recruit the best people into our ranks so that the Mossad might continue to lead, defend and allow for the continued existence of the State of Israel," Pardo said.
"Mossad will continue to operate wherever and whenever necessary in order to defend the security of the State of Israel," he added.
Notably, Mossad's latest recruitment drive comes close on the heels of a 50-day conflict between Israel and Hamas controlled Gaza strip that killed more than 2,200 people, mostly Palestinians, before an open ended truce was reached on August 26.

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