IT Security Officer - CISSP / CEH / SSCP / CISA

4it Recruitment Ltd
Up to £40,000 per annum plus benefits
02 Dec 2017
08 Dec 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
IT Security Officer - CISSP / CEH / SSCP / CISA

IT Security Officer required to join an expanding Security and Governance team. The successful IT Security Officer will come from a strong IT Security background, and will ideally hold or be working towards a Security accreditation such as SSCP, CISSP, CISA or CEH.

The IT Security Officer will be responsible for supporting the IT Security Manager by providing IT Security subject matter expertise on projects, maintaining an active awareness of emerging security threats and escalating these as appropriate, and performing hands on security testing and co-ordinating third party security tests including vulnerability management. The IT Security Officer will be able to clearly identify and articulate IT security risks, actively participate in the IT Security Group, championing improvement and ensuring oversight of policies, standards and processes, and deliver high quality written and verbal output as required to support regular reporting and the security and governance roadmap.


  • Certified or working towards one or more of: CISSP / SSCP / CISA / CEH
  • Good understanding of IT Security concepts and the role of IT Security in delivering corporate plans
  • Excellent stakeholder engagement and management skills
  • Ability to explain IT Security concepts in a business manner
  • Ability to assess and support the implementation of effective IT controls
  • Ability to support the design of effective IT security controls
  • Knowledge of the three lines of defence
My client is a leading organisation, offering:

  • Salary up to £40k
  • 25 days holiday (rising with length of service)
  • Pension
  • Life Cover
  • Employee Discounts
The successful IT Security Officer will be working in an exciting diverse and collaborative environment, so for more details and to secure an interview please apply today!

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