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Just imagine the mental strain!

Internet Watch Foundation is looking for a new analyst who can pass gruelling tests.

With 12 analysts now on the IWF Hotline, the charity is looking for one more who can help its mission to eliminate child sexual abuse imagery online.  An analyst’s job is to assess reports of online child sexual abuse content from the public, IT professionals and other sources.  They also proactively search for child sexual abuse material and use internet tracing techniques to find images. They then have them removed.

The difficult tests that must be passed to be offered a job at the IWF include a questionnaire, personal interview, formal interview and a psychological assessment.  Once they get through this, they are then given an image viewing session which is the toughest test of all.  Candidates will be questioned about their personal relationships, support networks and attitudes towards pornography.
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