Platform Security Engineer – Remote - £70k To £95k, Oxford, Locke And Mccloud

Published 2022-09-30
Expires 2022-10-30
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Platform Security Engineer – Remote - £70k To £95k, Oxford, Locke And Mccloud
United Kingdom, Oxfordshire, Oxford,
Published September 30, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Platform security engineer – remote - £70k to £95k
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Platform Security Engineer – Remote - £70k – £95kThis company are looking for an Engineer to join the Platform Security team to work directly with their engineering partners to build their future infrastructure stack.If you have a technical background, hands-on experience in developing cloud systems, a solid understanding of security controls, knowledge of designing enterprise security systems and experience in threat modelling… This is an opportunity to have a look into.ResponsibilitiesCollaborate with Security and Engineering teams to implement strong security controls, apply security best practices, and mitigate risks and security vulnerabilities.Promote and drive the implementation of a platform security architecture through collaboration, design, requirements, and code.Mentor team members and engineers on security best practices, and develop the next generation of technical security leadersImplement technical prototypes to understand new technologies as well as identify and manage risks for projects in active development.What should you have to be considered for this role?3+ years software development and security engineering experienceExtensive experience with multi-cloud environments, container deployments, CI/CD pipelines, Kubernetes.Strong experience with AWS services and security controls and preferably hands-on experience with Azure.Go, Node.js or equivalentExperience with infrastructure-as-code and using automation tools like Terraform.Salary£70k – £95k + benefitsIf you’re interested, please call James on 02038 549617 or send your CV to [email protected] & McCloud are the UK’s leading cyber security & information security staffing company – through having a sole focus on the cyber & information security space we have been able to foster solid relationships with some of the UK’s most exciting cyber security consultancies & end users. Our focus on the information security space allows us to be able to help you find the most exciting opportunities in the cyber security market. If you are on the lookout for your next cyber security or information security role, please get in touch!

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