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  • £60k - 70k
  • 02 Sep 2018

Job description

MI Forecasting Tech Team is a team of analysts carrying out in-depth analysis on GfK sales data and triangulating it with external data points to explain and anticipate developments in the technology-device and other marketplaces. 

Our mission is to leverage GfK sell-out data to deliver timely, primary and incremental research to industry clients and investment managers. 

We are looking for a strong and dynamic Senior Software Engineer to join our existing tech team – to help create and launch our brand new forecasting platform on AWS and help develop the products and services that we will deliver from this platform for both external and internal clients.  

The successful candidate will help design and develop new full stack solutions and services using technologies such as (but not exclusively) AWS, .NET Core, C#, Node.js. React.js, Vue.js, Lambda, Serverless, Redshift, Entity Framework, Java, Python, PHP, SQL Server and MySQL, and having some knowledge of R, Scala, and Spark would be very useful too (but not essential).

We need someone who has a very strong DevOps mindset, who has a clear understanding of CI, CD, Unit Tests, and Application monitoring, and what tools to use – and from the get go incorporates this "way of working" into everything they and the team do.

You will be working alongside more traditional experienced BI and Web developers, Data Engineers and our Data Science team, the candidate will therefore need excellent communication skills and the ability to mentor and educate others in best practices in modern software engineering.

Key Responsibilities

  • Architect, Integrate and Build Solutions for our External and Internal customers
  • Design & develop new projects, and integrations with existing systems
  • Understand business requirements and refine into development tasks and estimate their complexity
  • Research, evaluate and adopt new technologies with a right tool for the job mentality
  • Prototype, fail rapidly and iterate.
  • Focus on both speed of delivery and quality, with suitable pragmatism
  • Progression of projects from prototype to post-production stage
  • Communication and presentation of ideas to colleagues in all parts of the wider business
  • Take responsibility for areas of the system
  • Mentoring & code review
  • Help put in place a DevOps mentality across the tech team

Technical Skills

  • 70% Software Engineering - Technical Advancements and Development
  • 20% Mentoring
  • 10% Project Management

Required Skills

  • Ability to quickly implement robust and scalable tools and services – you can hit the ground running.
  • Being a super productive engineer.
  • Excellent knowledge of best practices and modern day design patterns, including Micro Services, ORM, Serverless Functions, RESTful APIs
  • Good experience working on AWS
  • Good working knowledge of a good proportion of these languages, frameworks and data stores: .NET Core, C#, ASP, MVC, Vue.js, Node.js, CSS, HTML5, Entity Framework, PHP, MySQL, SQL Server, Stored Procedures, T-SQL, Java, Python, Swagger
  • Living and Breathing Agile SCRUM
  • Solid knowledge around DevOps – particularly Continuous Integration, auto-build and auto-deployment technologies – like Bamboo, Jenkins, Octopus, or similar. You have also used application monitoring solutions like New Relic or Log tech like Splunk
  • Solid knowledge on Unit Testing and Automated Testing and successful implementation of this.
  • You have experimented with AWS and Azure functions, admin and APIs
  • You have used Docker, Containers and are familiar with Kubernetes

Our Current Toolkit

  • Visual Studio Pro 2017
  • Visual Studio Code
  • Jira (project management – sprint and Kanban boards), StoriesOnBoard and Trello
  • Slack
  • SQL Server Management Studio 2016
  • Bitbucket / GitHub
  • Bamboo
  • R Studio / Anaconda
  • Power BI
  • Hue
  • Notepad++, Sublime
  • Docker and Hyper-V
  • Balsamiq and CodePen
  • AWS and On Prem (Linux RedHat, Windows Server 2016)
  • 02 Sep 2018

Job description

Big dreams often start small. From an idea in a London pub, we have grown into a global cloud enabler which operates across 7 countries and speak over 30 languages.

Our purpose at Cloudreach is to “enable innovation”. We do this by helping our customers adopt and harness the power of cloud computing. We believe that the growth of a great business can only be fuelled by great people, so join us in our partnership with AWS, Microsoft and Google and help us build  one of the most disruptive companies in the cloud industry. It’s not your average job, because Cloudreach is not your average company.

Which team will you be part of?

 As a Cloud Architect you are part of the Cloud Enablement team. Our Cloud Enablement team helps provide consultative, architectural, program and engineering support for our customers' journeys to the cloud. The word 'Enablement' was chosen carefully, to encompass the idea that we support and encourage a collaborative approach to Cloud adoption, sharing best practices, helping change the culture of teams and strategic support to ensure success. Our Cloud Architects play a key role in designing and delivering innovative cloud solutions to our customers.

How will you spend your days ?

We are looking for a Cloud Architect to drive the adoption of Cloudreach services and to inspire customers to innovate using public cloud. We firmly believe that the technical leadership we provide as architects is only as good as our experiences implementing solutions within the industry.

You will be :

  • Delivering architecture design and implementations in GCP  or AWS and Azure
  • Focusing on one or more strategic customers to ensure a successful delivery of value.
  • Leading and being deeply involved in the hands-on technical delivery of customer projects
  • Driving solution architecture and best practices by:
    • Contributing to Cloudreach internal tooling
    • Producing white papers and best practices guides
    • Mentoring other fellow Cloud Architects
    • Producing public facing content such as blog posts and presentations
    • Implementing PoC’s making use of innovative technology by evaluating trending technologies
  • Enabling clients to visualise the possibilities of leveraging public cloud and the path to get there.
  • Constantly investigating and evaluating industry trends

What kind of career progression can you expect?

You can grow into a Cloud Consultant role, step into a managerial position, act as Architect Lead on customer projects or move into the Cloud Enablement Leader role to support internal teams. Lead positions bring to the fold rewarding mentorship opportunities.

There are also relocation opportunities to our other cloudy hubs.

How to stand out?

  • Experience with architecting, designing, implementing, and supporting greenfield and/or migration projects using public cloud
  • Deep technical experience in one or more of the following competencies:
    • Software design or development (continuous delivery/integration, adoption of DevOps practices)
    • Systems Operations / Management
    • Enterprise Architecture
    • Infrastructure Design
    • IT Security and Governance
    • Automation and System Orchestration
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Customer facing experience of a consultative nature



What are our cloudy perks?

  • MacBook Pro, and a smartphone (you will have to choose between a Galaxy or iPhone - make the right choice!).
  • Unique ‘cloudy’ culture: our people are diverse, passionate and easy to work with.
  • Enjoy our uncapped holiday policy and your birthday off.
  • Our Season Ticket Loan will make your daily commute less expensive.
  • Cloudy University: our continuous learning platform that will provide training and career development opportunities.
  • Our office in Chancery Lane is filled with free drinks and snacks, Xbox One, PS4, pool table, board games, bean bags and sofas.
  • “Cloudy Lunch” where every Friday we take over a local restaurant. Enjoy, it’s on us!
  • Discount on private healthcare scheme and gym membership. Stakeholder pension with shared employee and employer contribution.
  • We kick-off every new financial year by getting together in a cool secret location in Europe.
  • £35k - 45k
  • 02 Sep 2018

Job description

Day to day you will be working closely with both the front end application developers and the GIS data developers and liaising with project managers to plan and develop applications and features. You will be creating new, or improving/extending existing, Django applications to accomplish project requirements.

Using Django you will primarily be responsible for building the backend system, including the database architecture, to support the front end mapping application. As part of the team you will be involved in the planning and design of the application as a whole.

Essential:

  • 2+ years of commercial experience
  • Excellent knowledge of Python
  • Excellent knowledge of Django Framework
  • Basic knowledge of Javascript, HTML, CSS.
  • Relational databases (e.g. MySQL, PostgreSQL)
  • Experience with Unix command line
  • Good team player
  • Ability to manage own time

Nice to have:

  • Experience writing APIs
  • Experience with automated testing
  • Continuous integration/deployment (e.g. Jenkins, Travis)
  • GIS experience
  • Experience with Docker
  • Experience writing Bash scripts
  • Degree in computer science or other quantitative discipline

If possible, please include examples of software you have worked on; e.g. github repositories, websites, etc.

Successful applicants will be moved forward to a quick, informal and friendly introduction over the phone. They will then be asked to take part in a simple and straightforward test before moving forward to a more formal get together with some of our team.

This position is for a full-time permanent position at our office located near Edinburgh. The candidate must be eligible to work and relocate in the UK. We cannot provide sponsorship for this role.

  • 02 Sep 2018

Job description

You

You have extensive experience developing and shipping complex multimedia applications and writing DSP code for high-performance environments. You have experience developing for macOS, Windows and iOS and understand the challenges involved in building cross platform applications. You love music and music-making software and are a driven, scientifically minded individual. You’re friendly and comfortable working in a small team.

Your Role
We’re looking for an outstanding software developer to work on our range of successful audio apps and to be part of the development of the next generation of products. You'll work with us to specify, design and build new products. The work will involve writing code for the x86 and ARM platforms; adopting/refining new working practices; and, most importantly, writing lucid, high-performance, maintainable C++ code, which will form a critical part of a number of new product ranges.

Your Tasks

  • You will develop code for the macOS, Windows and iOS platforms
  • You will write code that has demanding requirements for audio performance and low latency
  • You will develop user interface components and improve our current audio engine, write synthesisers and audio effects
  • You will help to improve our build and development processes
  • You’ll be part of an energetic and creative team with a passion for designing industry leading audio apps


Your Profile

  • At least 5 years' relevant experience
  • Strong understanding of digital synthesis, filter design and FX algorithms
  • Solid mathematical knowledge and familiarity with modelling tools such as numerical Python / Matlab / Mathematica
  • Significant experience in developing real-time DSP software
  • Exceptional knowledge of C++ and assembly (intrinsics)
    • Knowledge of Juce
    • Knowledge of Objective-C or Swift is a bonus
  • Deep understanding of git or similar revision control systems
  • Excellent design, debugging and problem solving abilities
  • Good team working and communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Awareness of modern CPU architectures and code optimisation techniques to minimise runtime overhead on a general-purpose CPU
  • A love of programming, music and synths and effects

About Ampify
We are a new, innovative London-based software start-up launched in 2017 and funded by Focusrite/Novation. Our mission is to create amazing music-making products for the new ‘mobile-first’ world, in an environment where like-minded, passionate people can collaborate seamlessly and build ideas fast. Our office is a dynamic, positive and collaborative place. Here you’ll meet other smart and creative people, collaborate, and bring ideas to life.

We’re a small team with big plans. We’ve already got some of the best-performing music-making apps on the iOS App Store (Launchpad, for example), and we’re growing fast. Being a part of Focusrite/Novation gives us stability and support.

Ampify is based in the heart of London at Tileyard Studios, Europe’s fastest-growing music and tech hub, which is home to the creative industry's top artists, composers, writers and producers. You’ll often bump into them when getting your morning coffee. Find out more about Tileyard Studios at http://tileyardstudios.co.uk.

AMPIFY - WHAT WE OFFER

We offer a wide range of great benefits.

  • Homeworking flexibility
  • Lunch at Tileyard’s vibrant Vinyl Cafe
  • Breakfast and daily snacks
  • Bike-to-work scheme and bike storage facilities (with showers)
  • Employee discounts on all Focusrite/Novation/Ampify/REDnet/KRK/Stanton/Cerwin Vega products
  • Comprehensive healthcare plan
  • Pension scheme, to which the company contributes
  • 23 days holiday per year
  • Access to use and borrow hardware and software products
  • A parental leave policy
  • Social events, music nights and music-making weekend
  • 02 Sep 2018

Job description



Your new company

Study Group is a global leader in preparing students for international academic success, running private colleges in the UK, Europe, North America and Australasia. Their head office in located in Brighton, and in June, they featured in 'The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200'.

Your new role

Study Group recognise the importance of driving innovation in a digital age. As such, they is seeking to add an experienced developer to an already well established team.

They have a very broad remit; recent projects include creating a portal for 3rd party sales agents to access, building a new BI system, and developing a platform so students from all over the world can pay their fees online.

Their stack includes ASP.NET-MVC, Angularjs, Sitecore and pockets of legacy tech. This position will consolidate their broad range of services in to fewer APIs and champion modern ways of working. Continuous integration and automated deployments will be a key focus over the next year.

There is plenty of room to make this role your own. Study Group recognise the value that improved technology can bring to the organisation, and this newly created position will play a key role in it's modernisation.

What you'll need to succeed

You will be a problem solver that enjoys solving challenging problems. You won't be afraid of rolling your sleeves up and will still enjoy being hands-on with code.

You will have worked with a Microsoft stack but will have had exposure to some open source technologies too. Back end skills are a priority, but any exposure to front end (mainly Angular, but any modern JavaScript libraries will be considered) would be beneficial.

What you'll get in return

A competitive salary and benefits, and the opportunity to drive innovation in a key role with a market leading company.

Study Group have seen significant growth in recent years, have won multiple awards and show no signs of slowing down. Their office is located just off Trafalgar Street in central Brighton, a short walk from Brighton station.

What you need to do now

If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV. If your interest is piqued, but you have questions, please contact Luke Thompson at Hays in Brighton for an informal and confidential discussion.

Hays Digital Technology is working in partnership with Study Group to manage the recruitment of this position.

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Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this job you accept the T&C's, Privacy Policy and Disclaimers which can be found at hays.co.uk
  • £38k - 40k
  • 02 Sep 2018

Job description

Who We Are

cap hpi provides decision support data and software solutions spanning vehicle valuation (new, used and future), validation, collision, mechanical repair, and total cost of ownership. We help our customers to make smarter automotive decisions by providing one source for data and software solutions that uniquely span the whole vehicle lifecycle. We are part of the Solera group, a global leader in automotive digital technologies that has a global workforce of +6,700 working in over 85 countries.

cap hpi puts technology at the centre of all data activities, from collection and processing, through to delivery and the development of new applications. We operate from an international hub in Leeds, UK; ensuring our systems, coding, data collection processes, and valuation methodologies are consistent, scalable, repeatable and of the highest quality for every country.

Our Space

  • Location-wise, we are based across the road from Leeds station.
  • Our office setting is open plan and we work collaboratively as a team.
  • Smart casual is our dress code and we are open to flexible start and end times and some remote working (with agreement from your manager).
  • To break up the day and to allow time away from your screen we have table football and a pool table in the office, we offer weekly fruit to keep the team healthy!
  • Once a month we have an informal 'beer and crisps' get-together where we catch up on new developments and wins.
  • We also like to celebrate company success, funding legendary summer and winter parties.
  • Teams also take part in a quarterly incentive which is linked to our performance against financial targets.
  • There are frequent opportunities internally to learn and grow into other fields / disciplines. Career progression is important to us.

Are You Uncommon?

We are on the hunt for an experienced MI Developer who ranks in the top quartile among their peers. Someone who has a highly competitive and entrepreneurial mindset that is wired with a team-first attitude, has no problem rolling up their sleeves to execute their missions, and can modulate between leading and following as needed. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to join our MI team in our Operations department, we're looking for proactive and enthusiastic individuals to help shape and drive the future of business intelligence for cap hpi.  As MI Developer, you will be responsible for the design, build & delivery of automated reporting solutions in line with business & customer requirements. With a central Leeds office location, this is a real opportunity to shape future business intelligence for cap hpi by designing & delivering quality, fit-for-purpose BI solutions that enable effective, data-driven business decisions to be made.

What You'll Be Doing

At Solera, we believe in providing clarity and focus to what are volunteers are responsible for their mission. The 80's, as we call them at Solera, are the employee's priorities associated with their role or mission. The mission 80's for this role are:

  • Constantly looking for process improvements and efficiencies to improve service delivery and customer experience
  • Never stand still, embrace challenge and put our customers (internal and external) at the heart of what we do
  • Drive innovation and change
  • Follow BI project lifecycle steps to design, develop and deliver quality, fit-for-purpose reporting solutions.
  • Develop, support & maintain ETL processes, reporting outputs & solutions.
  • Provide effective & timely support in requests for ad hoc data analysis & reporting requirements.
  • Work with business sponsors to understand and gather reporting requirements carrying these requirements through to quality, fit-for-purpose reporting solutions.
  • Provide quality assurance by carrying out regular data validation steps to ensure data processed by MI systems balances to source information. This feeds into an MI objective of 'ensuring one version of the truth' is inherent in terms of BI circulated.
  • Requirement to form part of an out of hours on-call Rota

Are You Qualified?

  • ETL Design & Development (Sagent Data Flow, Automate BPA Server preferable) and a good knowledge of ETL methodologies is essential
  • Microsoft BI Stack: SQL Server, SSIS, SSAS,
  • T-SQL
  • Data Analysis (Methodical & Analytical Approach)
  • Data Management/ Warehousing (Kimball methodology)
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office suite; especially Microsoft Excel
  • BI Project lifecycle documentation (business requirements, functional/ technical specification, user/ training guides)
  • Excellent interpersonal verbal & written communication skills. Ability to communicate at all levels
  • Team player with the ability to work independently when needed
  • Thrives under pressure and able to deliver to tight deadlines
  • Logical approach to problem solving with strong trouble shooting skills
  • Keen attention to detail
  • £52k - 69k
  • 02 Sep 2018

Job description

Lloyds Banking Group are looking for experienced and passionate Java Software Engineers to join our Open Banking team.

You’ll join our enthusiastic team to help build and deliver Open Banking applications for the UK’s largest bank.

This is your chance to help transform the way financial services are built and delivered to customers by creating best in class technology in the UK’s leading organisation.

We hope that you'll apply if:

You're a confident, self-motivated and ambitious software engineer, comfortable with modern production methodologies and build tools, coding patterns and best practices.

You have experience working collaboratively in teams but also be happy delivering projects on your own.

What experience & knowledge are we looking for from our Java Software Engineers?

•Java technologies: Spring/Spring Boot/Spring MVC, Hibernate
•Excellent understanding of Microservices architecture
•Experience with Jenkins or similar CI tools
•Intrinsic knowledge of SOLID and RESTful principles
•Good knowledge of unit testing frameworks, such as JUnit and Mockito
•Ability to write clean, well-tested and well documented code.

Knowledge of the following would be greatly beneficial:
•Cucumber/Gherkin
•Webdriver.io
•Experience in building secure systems
•Apache Kafka
•Spark
•Cassandra
•Hadoop
•Map/Reduce
•Oracle
•Storm
•Frontend experience –Javascript, React, Redux, Mobx, HTML5, CSS3

The learning opportunities are endless plus a chance to make a real impact in a game changing organisation, which encourages creative thinking and empowers engineers to transform the way in which technology is built and delivered in financial industry.

As the UK’s largest retail and commercial bank, we have a footprint that touches nearly every community and household in the UK. That gives us a big responsibility to support the UK economy, and we have a clear strategy to put customers first – and achieve our vision of being the best bank for our customers.

We're committed to employing a diverse and inclusive workforce, reflective of the customers and communities we serve – where all our colleagues can be themselves and succeed on merit.

We're proud to have received the following industry recognition: 'Stonewall Top Private Sector Employer', 'Top10 Employer for Working Families', 'The Times Top 50 Employer for Women' and both 'Gold Standard' and "Best Workplace Adjustments Process" from the Business Disability Forum – each demonstrating our commitment to the principles of agile working and inclusion for all.

So if this sounds like a culture that you'd like to be a part of then be assured that we'll welcome your application.

  • 02 Sep 2018

Job description





Main Responsibilities



Key activities include:

· Designs, develops, implements and operates the ­large-scale, high-capacity and highly resilient infrastructure solutions that allow the rest of Infrastructure, Technology development teams and business colleagues to consume the End User Desktop Services.

· Setting the strategy, objectives and high-level plans for End User Computing across Tesco Group in order to best deliver requirements of Tesco Technology and thus the business.

· Defining and continually overseeing standards and simplification across the entire End User Computing estate.

· Driving innovation through transformation and Continual Service Improvement

· Evaluating partners, software and hardware and finding the right mix to deliver the Technology and ultimately, business strategy

· Designs, develops, implements and operates End User solutions in line with modern automation technologies where possible through self-service APIs. These solutions will allow End User Computing and rest of Infrastructure to be consumed in a controlled, auditable and repeatable manner, automatically handling failure seamlessly.

· Designing, delivering, implementing and operating new and re-usable infrastructure solutions to meet both technological, financial and business requirements. Collaborate with, and advise, development teams, to create appropriate infrastructure solutions to facilitate both their and ultimately the business requirements

Ideal Candidate



The Role - Systems Engineer II - Identity, DirectAccess, AIP, PKI

Whilst specific responsibilities will be dependent upon the changing needs of the Tesco business, the following provides an overview of the role's key responsibilities and measures:
  • Architect, Design and Deliver solutions using existing Infrastructure components. Where new infrastructure technologies are being introduced, implement them and establish best practice for their adoption. Resolve incidents that have not been seen before and initiate change to ensure that issues can be easily dealt with in future.
  • Contribute to the Technology Roadmap for Windows and Non-Windows end user devices across Tesco
  • Evaluate new tools and techniques being able to understand their value and impact.
  • Understand current application development techniques and their implications to infrastructure
  • Lead group design discussions on my area of expertise and be able to present with authority to a variety of audiences.
  • Collaborate with Software Engineers to understand their requirements and assist them consuming Infrastructure in the most seamless way possible.
  • Coach and mentor system engineers across Technology who are at a more junior level. Ensure that my own team's designs are of a high quality and understand the impacts to any other areas of infrastructure.
  • Keep my technical skills up to date and keep track of new technologies, understanding how they might benefit the Technology team and wider Tesco.
  • Introduce automation to all aspects of my day to day work.


  • £52k - 69k
  • 02 Sep 2018

Job description

The Open Banking team at Lloyds Banking Group is looking for experienced and passionate Node.js Engineers. You’ll join our enthusiastic team to help build and deliver infrastructure to support Open Banking for the UK’s largest bank. This is your chance to help transform the way financial services are built and delivered to customers by creating best in class technology in the UK’s leading organisation. 

We hope that you'll apply if:

  • You're a confident, self-motivated, and ambitious developer, comfortable with modern production methodologies and modern build tools, coding patterns and best practices. 
  • You have had experience working collaboratively in teams but also be happy delivering projects on your own.
  • You have a firm grasp of Javascript (ES5/6) with experience in frameworks/libraries like React, Angular, Vue etc. and an understanding of application state management i.e. Redux, Mobx, VueX. 

Job Requirements:

  • Excellent knowledge of HTML5, CSS3 (SASS/LESS) and JavaScript (ES5/6) 
  • Expertise with package managers, in particular NPM
  • Knowledge of bundlers, such as Webpack, Browserify or Gulp and their use in building scalable, maintainable applications
  • Expertise with component-driven architecture and application state management tools, such as React and Redux
  • Test, build and deployment automation (Travis, Jenkins, Bamboo, TeamCity)
  • Knowledge of CSS grid systems, flex, and other layout techniques
  • Experience of TDD and Unit Testing i.e. Mocha, Chai, Jest
  • Solid understanding of browser rendering and debugging
  • Expertise in scoping and effort estimation (time, complexity, risk, team size)
  • Experience of performance and security with large-scale builds is highly beneficial
  • Exposure to server-side languages like Java, C#, Python, PHP 

What you'll get in return:

The learning opportunities are endless plus a chance to make a real impact in a game changing organisation, which encourages creative thinking and empowers engineers to transform the way in which technology is built and delivered in financial industry. 

As the UK’s largest retail and commercial bank, we have a footprint that touches nearly every community and household in the UK. That gives us a big responsibility to support the UK economy, and we have a clear strategy to put customers first – and achieve our vision of being the best bank for our customers. 

We're committed to employing a diverse and inclusive workforce, reflective of the customers and communities we serve – where all our colleagues can be themselves and succeed on merit. 

We're proud to have received the following industry recognition: 'Stonewall Top Private Sector Employer', 'Top10 Employer for Working Families', 'The Times Top 50 Employer for Women' and both 'Gold Standard' and "Best Workplace Adjustments Process" from the Business Disability Forum – each demonstrating our commitment to the principles of agile working and inclusion for all. 

So if this sounds like a culture that you'd like to be a part of then be assured that we'll welcome your application.

  • £50k - 70k
  • 02 Sep 2018

Job description

Senior Security Engineer

Responsible for executing the Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) for Citrix On-Prem and Cloud products to ensure that our software meets the customer expectation of security robustness.   Able to drive and execute SDL best practices and its integration with the CI/CD, Agile and Waterfall development models. Create and deliver advanced security training and guidance to product engineers. Able to guide product development teams on design changes as per security requirements. Establishes and maintains thorough and accurate documentation of all work.  Communicates technical issues within scope of assignment.  Able to drive negotiation in the interest of security. Conducts reviews of specific security fixes as necessary. Conduct product penetration test in a non-disruptive way for IT/Cloud deployments, including exploit creation to demonstrate a proof of concept. Validate the efficacy of defensive mechanisms, as well as, the engineering adherence to security policies.

Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities)

    • Expert in at least 3 of these areas in security – System, Web, Network, Mobile, Cloud, Windows, Cryptography
    • Capable of writing exploits for identified vulnerabilities in the area of expertise.
    • Solid understanding of most common software vulnerabilities and standard secure coding practices.
    • Excellent capabilities to identify security vulnerabilities and root cause analysis.
    • Proficiency in a programming language(s) (e.g. C, C++, Python)
    • Proficiency in System Internals (Windows or Unix)
    • Demonstrated understanding of Computer Science fundamentals (OS, Networks).