|Recruiter:||Department for International Trade|
|Listed on:||21st June|
|Location:||London, Cardiff, Darlington, Edinburgh, Belfast (may require occasional travel to other DIT Offices), United Kingdom|
|Salary/Rate:||£38,600 - £51,400|
London, Cardiff, Darlington, Edinburgh, Belfast (may require occasional travel to other DIT Offices), United Kingdom
We create digital services, data tools and technology for businesses to prosper around the world. Have a look at our video!
Our Digital, Data and Technology team develops and operates tools, services, and platforms such as great.gov.uk that enable the UK government to provide world'leading support to businesses in the UK and overseas.
You'll get to constantly push boundaries in an environment free of heavy legacy, driven by curiosity, social purpose, diversity of thought, entrepreneurship and the aspiration to offer an incredible experience to all our users. Find out more on our blog, Digital Trade.
Let us tell you a little bit about the role...
As a Senior SOC Analyst, you will be ...
Helping to safeguard the security of DIT and the wider UK government by performing a variety of exciting tasks. You will be responsible for the collection and analysis of security event data, management of security alerts, and response to and investigation of any security incidents. At a high level the role is responsible for the monitoring aspects of the Security Operations Centre (SOC) Target Operating Model (TOM).?You will be working closely with colleagues in cyber teams, security teams, and product and service owners to manage and improve responses to security events and maintain organisational readiness through preparedness and co-ordinating team activity.
What we're looking for from you...
You will be an experienced SOC Analyst who can:
Essential Skills and Experience:
You'll have demonstrable skills and experience of:
How to Apply
Please apply by clicking APPLY NOW.
The Department for International Trade embraces and values diversity in all forms. We welcome and pride ourselves on the positive impact diversity has on the work we do, and we promote equality of opportunity throughout the organisation. As such, we run a Disability Confident Scheme (DCS) for candidates with disabilities who meet the minimum selection criteria. Click through to apply and find out more.
We'll assess you against these technical skills during the selection process:
Find out about our benefits, application process and practical details like our office locations on the things you need to know page. Remember to check out our blog, Digital Trade.
Closing date for applications: Tuesday 5th July at noon
Contact Name: Department for International Trade
Job ID: 3106522