Offered Salary 1000
Experience 3 Years
Parliamentary Digital Service
Band / Grade
£30,985 to £36,352
Counter Terrorism Check (CTC)
TBC (20th April 2022)
Panel Interview (Remote)
Candidate Information Pack.pdf
To be part of the Cyber Security team at Parliament in a developing role. You will; resolve cyber security issues for customers; provide expert advice on cyber security, investigate malware infections, analyse and mitigate against phishing campaigns, perform forensic investigations, produce reports for management incidents and comment on incident trend analysis.
About The Team
Protect the UK’s democratic process working as part of Parliament’s Cyber security team. The Cyber threat to Parliament is a challenging one to meet, balancing security and transparency whilst protecting some very high-profile targets. The Cyber team must remain switched on to geopolitical and domestic activity in order to protect its people, data and technology.
The team is responsible for operational cyber security including Logging and monitoring, incident response, threat and vulnerability management, intelligence-led penetration testing, development of cyber policies and standards, security architecture, forensic investigations and risk management.
What You Need
The ideal candidate is highly motivated, excellent at communicating and keen to develop technical and business skills. You will get to work with a variety of technologies and learn a lot from colleagues in the team about all the different areas of Cyber security, including processes, skills and techniques. An understanding of networking, cloud and infrastructure concepts and technologies is also required.
UK Parliament is steeped in history and tradition. It is also an important part of people’s lives in the UK and has a duty to ensure as many people as possible can engage with its work. This is why it’s undergoing a huge transformation powered by technology, and why the work of the Parliamentary Digital Service (PDS) is so important. We work with the House of Commons and the House of Lords on all their IT and digital needs where the provision of outstanding digital services is at the heart of it.
up to 43 days annual leave including bank holidays
generous maternity pay policy (up to 6 months full pay)
great pension scheme options (contributory and non-contributory)
hybrid working options that includes flexible working
on-site gym, catering services, nursery, hairdressers and post office
an Employee Assistance Programme offering a range of individual support
training, professional development, coaching and mentoring opportunities
interest-free loans to purchase a bike or season ticket
How To Apply
Before you make your application, please make sure you’re clear on the full requirements of the role – these are listed in the Job Description and the Candidate Information Pack. To apply, you will need to demonstrate how you meet the criteria as listed in the Job Description. Our application process is anonymous, so please make sure there’s no information on any file attachments (if requested) including the filename that could identify you.
For our people, we provide an amazing opportunity to bring their talents to an institution that sits right at the heart of society in the UK. The scale of our impact is a true differentiator when it comes to how we position ourselves as an employer – we are changing UK Parliament and strengthening democracy. What matters here is your potential for growth and your commitment to playing your part in our ongoing success.
We’re passionate about providing an environment which promotes equality, diversity and inclusion for all regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity, race, religion/belief, sex or sexual orientation, or any of the other things that make you, you. We’re proud to be an accredited Disability Confident Leader and welcome applications from people who feel under-represented in the workforce including those who may feel disadvantaged because of their social or economic circumstances.