It Security Engineer, Liverpool, Eutopia Solutions

Published 2022-09-30
Expires 2022-10-30
ID #1192022675
It Security Engineer, Liverpool, Eutopia Solutions
United Kingdom, Merseyside, Liverpool,
Published September 30, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: It security engineer
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IT Security Engineer – Liverpool with Hybrid Working - £43,000 - £53,000 – plus exceptional benefitsWe are partnered with one of the largest Employers in the region, a Market leading organisation looking to an experienced IT Security Analyst to join their Team. Our client is an industry leader in their sector, working in partnership with enterprise technology partners and utilising cutting edge technology. The company operates on a large-scale with over with over 30,000 users and has a world class reputation.With your IT Security Analyst expertise, you will be responsible for helping to drive forward the security of the organisations network and systems monitoring the security of the organisation’s network and systems. Working as part of the wider fast paced IT Services Division, you will perform a vital function within the Security Team.Operating a Hybrid working model, there is a split of onsite and remote working. In addition to the salary offered there are exceptional benefits which include an unrivalled pension scheme as well as well as 30 days of holiday, plus bank holidays.Essential Skills Experience in a senior technical security role. 4 years is desired but not essential.Understanding of security technologies such as Next Generation Firewalls, Web Proxies, IDP/IDS.Using Enterprise grade Antimalware.Understanding of patch management with the ability to deploy patches in a timely manner while understanding business impact.Experience with SIEM systems.Working in a large-scale Enterprise network environment.Working with Microsoft Desktop and Server Technologies.Working Knowledge of Linux Operating Systems.Scripting experience. Key Skills and ResponsibilitiesWorking as part of a team, reporting to the IT Security Manager.Be responsible for the upkeep of the technical security toolset.Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team (with minimal supervision) on projects as the subject matter expert and provide security advice and technical support to solutions that meet the requirements of the organisation.Have the ability and passion to work on a large complex network and information systems which provide services to the entire organisation.Great knowledge of cyber security to answer queries using the established tooling & procedures.Be receptive to learning new tooling and be confident in taking on other tasks.Apply now for immediate consideration.

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