Google Cloud & Security Engineer (GCP):
Client and role for Google Cloud & Security Engineer (GCP):
- Remote first (client based in London).
- 6 month Contract (outside IR35).
- Circa £650 per day + (depending on exp).
We're currently helping a global, award winning, digital media organisation to hire a Google Cloud & Security Engineer (GCP)with a Security background on a 6 month contract in the team responsible for Data Technology.What you'll be doing as a Google Cloud & Security Engineer (GCP):
Skills and experience needed for Google Cloud & Security Engineer (GCP):
- You will focus on implementing security best practices across our GCP estate.
- You will contribute to design and adoption of new security controls across our GCP estate.
- You will build a new generation of tooling to support their data engineering projects and wider security across our GCP estate.
- You will be expected to conduct knowledge sharing on GCP and security through pairing, collaboration and coaching others across the department.
- You will be working with data warehouse technologies including BigQuery, DataProc, DBT and Cloud Composer (Apache Airflow).
- You will be working in a cross-functional team, which is empowered to rapidly iterate and release new features.
- Programming techstack in the team is Scala, Apache Spark and running in GCP and AWS, but we use the tool that best fits the problem.
We want candidates who have a solid understanding, knowledge and experience of applying security best practice in GCP including networking, VPC security controls, security logging/auditing and IAM best practices.
- You have 1-3 years experience working on GCP.
- You have in-depth knowledge of securing GCP projects and applications.
- Hands-on experience implementing security best practice on GCP including network.
- Any certificate in GCP would be desirable.
- Any experience in Data Engineering would be a great help.
- Experience in Coding/Programming would be nice to have too.
- You inspire the people you work with, and are inspired by them in return.
- You contribute to the direction of your team's products.