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Infrastructure Security Support Engineer

Job Title: Infrastructure Security Support Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Somerset, England
Industry:
Salary: £0.00 - £450 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: BBBH21674_1580488930
Contact Name: Scott Murphy
Contact Email: scott.murphy@talentinternational.com
Job Published: January 31, 2020 16:42

Job Description

Our Financial Services based Technology client are looking to recruit an Infrastructure Security Support Engineer for an exciting programme of work. The successful candidate will have the following skill sets -

Job Summary/Purpose: The successful candidate will help deliver security projects and perform remedial work for the IT Security team, working as part of a highly skilled and multidisciplined team you will align with the strategic goals of the IT department to help achieve a modernised, reliable service.

Who you are: > Strong ability to learn and adapt to changes and new technologies > Determined and effective trouble shooter, able to work in high pressure situations > Excellent communication skills and ability to influence others > Team player attitude that spans the entire business > Background in IT operations and/or IT security
What skills and experience you possess: Working knowledge of: > Windows server (2012+) and Linux server administration > MS server and desktop patching > Virtualisation technologies and networking > Writing and maintaining documentation
Desirable: > Penetration and vulnerability testing remediation > Ability to identify and evaluate business and technology risks > Strong understanding of network infrastructure components, IDS, SIEM, WAF's, proxies, etc. > Experience in working with sensitive data and an understanding of how it is managed

We need you to: > Work with the IT Security team in delivering new projects > Carry out remedial work resulting from IT audits/scans/tests > Implement policies and procedures > Ensure all work is in compliance with GDPR and FCA regulations

Please send your CV in the first instance.