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Senior Penetration Tester

Job Title: Senior Penetration Tester
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Brussels, Brussels
Industry:
Salary: €70000 - €80000 per annum
REF: V0815N
Contact Name: Joseph Freeman
Contact Email: JosephF@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Montash are working with a global telecommunications company with yearly revenue in excess of $80 billion, to fill the position of Senior Penetration Tester.

The role will be based in the Brussels area of Belgium, and will require the candidate to speak either French or Flemish, as well as English.

The primary role of the position will be to act as a penetration testing consultant on projects, therefore giving the security diligence and knowledge of security vulnerabilities. Utilising their expertise of pen testing and its affiliated knowledge, the successful candidate will be required to communicate effectively with clients, managers, colleagues and stakeholders, the necessity of security approaches and the vulnerabilities penetration testing can highlight.

The Senior Penetration Tester is a leading role executing consulting and integration projects across the company.

The successful candidate will have expertise on wired and wireless network and platform vulnerability scans and penetration testing. A very solid knowledge and experience on application penetration testing is also desirable.

Ideally the successful candidate will possess 5+ years of experience in the Information Security area, with emphasis on penetration testing.

Due to the high-consultantive nature of the role, and the communication required between the successful candidate and managers, colleagues, clients and stakeholders, the candidate must speak French OR Flemish AND English.

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