Security engineer - flat structure

Location
City of Westminster
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
10 Apr 2017
Closes
08 May 2017
Ref
pc1585981
Clearance Level
SC
Job Type
Permanent

My client a SME who focuses on penetration testing for various clients is looking for a security engineer to work at their site in London. They use a flat structure in work which means that they don't have a line manager system but a mentor system; you won't have a manager breathing down your neck at work but someone to help you get to the next level in your career.

 

Job offers:

  • Generous benefits including an annual training budget of £2,500 to renew or obtain new accreditations that you might need or want to do your job.
  • A young family feel atmosphere where everyone knows each other so you won't feel like just a number but are treated like a person.
  • Extra time to study with 15 days set aside in the year just for you to focus on studying and doing your own research into the industry.

Job requirements:

  • Experience in reverse engineering hardware, OS kernel or system library levels (WinAPI, POSIX)
  • Knowledge of architecture specific assembly languages (x86, x64, ARM)
  • Familiarity with R/E tools such as disassemblers and instruction-level debuggers
  • Good understanding of compilers and binary protections (ASLR, DEP, Stack Canaries)
  • Experience with penetration testing against a wide variety of application layer platforms, including web, mobile, and thick client
  • Able to gain/hold UK government SC clearance

 

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