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The Security Engineers are responsible for implementing, configuring and evolving the security technology portfolio. This is a proactive and responsive relationship; the capability to maintain that balance is a key part of the role.
The successful person will have a strong technical background and see the macro view, direction of travel and complexity of the contemporary IT landscape as an opportunity. You will provide solutions that harmonise with IT and create enabling security functions that allow the business to innovate quickly. Solutions will have capacity and flexibility baked in and will integrate well with other security functions.
This role would suit someone who has worked with a diverse set of IT/security products, and across a large on-premise infrastructure managed in house. As the organisation matures, the individual would have a desire to build skills for their team in cloud security technologies to reach AWS security architect associate level, for example.
A strong technical background is required, with in-depth experience in at least one of the following areas, and a working knowledge of the remaining areas:
The candidate should be able to pick up and ingest new technology approaches and make rapid decisions on the best way to use these technology advancements for the betterment of the overall security posture.
The ability to communicate effectively, constructively, confidently and professionally is key to the success in the role, as is the ability to work with IT and Information Security teams and the wider business.
A working knowledge of financial services, the typical business processes involved, together with the threat actors and their relevant tactics, techniques and procedures would be of significant advantage.
Other key skills include:
We're Wales’ only FTSE 100 company with forward-thinking approaches and endless opportunities to test, learn and grow. There's a reason we've been named a best place to work: Our progressive culture, core values, and commitment to diversity and inclusion has created a working environment where people share ideas, aren’t afraid to speak up and change things, and above all, are felt valued.
Based on innovation and organic growth Admiral has grown from being a small start-up into one of the largest car insurance providers in the UK. The company is constantly investigating new products, services and markets and is now in seven countries with a diverse product portfolio.
Admiral’s success goes hand-in-hand with having a strong people focussed culture. We believe that happy people make happy customers and happy customers help increase profits. Our philosophy is a simple yet effective one: people who enjoy what they do, do it better.
We truly care about our customers, they are at the heart of every decision we make. We’re very proud of the innovative products we offer and level of service we provide. Everything we do acknowledges the needs of our customers and by recruiting the right people, we can continue to provide great service and ensure an excellent experience for our customers.
Admiral people work hard to keep us at the top of our industry, and are rewarded for it—with competitive pay, great benefits, a share package based on company performance, work-life balance opportunities, nearby fitness and health centres, and other special perks.
The Recruitment Officers looking after this role are Jessica Sutton (Jessica.SUTTON2@admiralgroup.co.uk) and Luke Tooze (Luke.TOOZE2@admiralgroup.co.uk) . If you’d like to know any more about the position, please feel free to drop them an email or give them a call on the Recruitment line - 0800 118 1619.