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Product Security Testing Manager

Job Title: Product Security Testing Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Banbury, Oxfordshire
Salary: £300 - £500 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 months +
REF: ARH-PRODM-08052015
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

My client requires a strong managerial and technical candidate to build a strong, but growing team to conduct security test on products.

This person might have a background in software or penetration testing, or technical assurance testing- ideally in a Security related area. It is also crucial that you can demonstrate leadership but with sufficient technical experience to remain hands on in a delivery focused team.

You must be educated to atleast 2:1 level in a suitable degree subject

The Ideal candidate will have some proficiency om telecommunications networks and technologies.


Key Activities wil include

-leading in the recruitment of the testing team

-developing product test stategy

-create test plans and develop the skills of the team

-deliver high quality testing reports using key commercial tools (nmap, Nessus, Coddnomicon Coverity ect)

-Introduce new capability to progress the quality and depth of product testing activities

Given the unique nature of the cyber security challenge all applicants must be able to obtain UK security clearance (DV standard).

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