Cyber Security Consultant
Location: Guildford based with travel across client sites (predominantly along the M4 Corridor)
Salary: £55,000 - £85,000 per annum dependant on experience
Benefits: Biannual salary review, 25 Days holiday plus Bank Holidays, training to further you in your chosen field. Bonus up to 16%.
You will have the opportunity to undertake a variety of roles throughout the project lifecycle, working across a wide-ranging set of clients and leading edge technologies. This could include providing projects with advice and guidance on Information Assurance topics; contributing to the development of IA strategies, policies, guidance and awareness; planning and managing the delivery of a security work programme; defining security requirements; designing and implementing security architectures; or overseeing the secure development and accreditation of information systems. You will be required to explain information assurance concepts to non-technical stakeholders, and the rationale for the proposed information risk management decisions.
Qualifications and experience:
+ At least two years' experience of complex ICT systems in a technical delivery or consulting capacity
+ A good understanding of enterprise information and communications technology
+ The ability to present and justify conclusions to project teams and business stakeholders
+ Proven abilities in delivering to client expectations and requirements
+ Strong verbal and written communications skills
The following experience would be beneficial for the role:
+ Structured security frameworks, such as HMG SPF and ISO27001
+ Technical risk assessments
+ Software development and delivery
+ Security, technical and enterprise architecture methods such as TOGAF and SABSA
+ ICT service delivery, including ITIL
+ Enterprise security packages, security enforcing software and devices, such as identity management and federation, cryptography, public key infrastructure, firewalls, SIEM, vulnerability scanning, etc.
Preference is given to candidates with, or studying for, a security based masters degree. Alternatively, a STEM based degree (2.1 or above).