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IT and Computing Service
Operational IT Security Specialist (4 Posts)REF: ALC1079
£33,797 to £40,322 per annum
Are you an experienced IT Security Specialist interested in helping to build the University of the future? Can you help us overcome the challenges of emerging technologies, new competitors, and changing expectations from our staff and students that are changing our world forever? We know now isn’t the time to stand still, we need to act boldly, be innovative and transform the way we think, especially in the realm of Cyber Security.
The Information Technology and Computing Service is at the digital heart of UEA and covers all aspects for IT provision for the University’s Faculties, Schools and Professional Services.
This is an exciting opportunity for four individuals who want to grow their security skills across Network, Infrastructure and Application landscape. You will be expected to assist in our transformation journey away from traditional IT Services, towards UEA’s 2030 vision by mitigating the University’s operational IT Security risks to help develop a university that is at the vanguard of student, staff, research, and global success in this time of great change in Higher Education in the UK and internationally.
The primary responsibility of the team is to support the Operational IT Security Manager in: reporting on and mitigation of vulnerabilities within the IT estate; the detection and initial investigation of suspicious activity from analysis of system log files; and improving awareness of the IT Security agenda within operational IT teams via training and coaching. Each member of the team will be responsible for one or a number of these areas.
You will have a degree (or equivalent qualification) and/or have equivalent level of experience in a directly comparable role, along with Information Security certification/qualification. Demonstrable experience of managing IT security monitoring systems (e.g. SIEM, enterprise log/collection, vulnerability scanning) is also essential, together with strong negotiation, analytical and problem solving skills. You must be able to demonstrate that you satisfy all the essential criteria in the person specification.
For more information about the benefits of working at UEA see: https://www.uea.ac.uk/about/working-at-uea.
Closing date: 10 May 2021.
The University is a Silver Athena Swan Award holder.
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