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  • Offered Salary 1000
  • Experience Fresh
  • Gender Male
  • Qualifications computer-science

Job Description

Do you want to be part of a leading UK property consultancy who are at the forefront of two of the most dynamic real estate markets in the UK?
We’re recruiting an IT Cyber Security Apprentice to join our growing IT team based in our Cambridge head office.
This is a fantastic opportunity for you to start your career within the world of IT and you’ll get the opportunity to gain A level three Cyber Security Technician apprenticeship, which lasts 18 months; developing the relevant knowledge, skills and behaviours through on and off the job learning.
Role Overview:
The purpose of the role is to provide first line cyber security support. This requires individuals to monitor and detect potential security threats. To contribute to the delivery of a security culture across Bidwells, understanding vulnerabilities and threats and supporting cyber security. To apply procedures and controls to maintain security and control of an organisation, and process security requests ensuring confidentiality, integrity and availability of information stored digitally.
What you will do:

  • Apply, monitor and support procedures and controls to maintain security and control of Bidwells IT system.

Contribute to the production and development of security culture across Bidwells including assisting with the promotion of cyber security awareness programmes, monitoring the effectiveness of cyber security awareness programmes, promoting an effective cyber security culture

Process cyber security helpdesk requests ensuring confidentiality, integrity and availability of digital information, meeting relevant legal and regulatory requirements for example access control requests.

Contribute to routine threat intelligence gathering tasks.

Document incident and event information and incident, exception and management reports in accordance with relevant policies, procedures and standards.

Contribute towards the production and review of cyber security policies, procedures, standards and guidelines drawing on their experience of applying policies for example – acceptable use, incident management, patching, anti-virus, bring your own device (BYOD), access control, social media, password, data handling and data classification, information technology asset disposal

Monitor cyber security compliance and provide relevant data to auditors if required by the auditor.

About you:
We are seeking individuals that have good time management skills whilst having the ability to work in a team and individually. You must be able to use your own initiative by structuring your approach to prioritising tasks and how you take tasks out.
What is most important for us is your work ethic and passion. We look for people who take pride in their work and can live by Bidwells’ core values of Integrity, Energy, Teamwork, Excellence and Fun.
Your package:
We will provide you with an excellent benefits package: 25 days holiday (increasing with length of service), up to 8% contributory pension, health insurance, discretionary bonus, medicash scheme (money towards dental treatments, opticians and remedial therapies). In addition, you get the chance to work in our state-of-the-art offices whilst being able to sample the best coffee in Cambridge, served from our onsite Brewery Café.

Agile working has been part of the way we work for many years. Employees are empowered and trusted to have more choice about where they carry out their work, subject to them being able to work effectively and agreeing their working arrangements with their manager. The team and clients should always be put before individual requirements. A hybrid working pattern has been adopted at Bidwells which will include a blend of office and home working
Bidwells is dedicated to fostering a truly inclusive culture of belonging, where everyone can thrive and succeed as their true and authentic selves at every level. We are committed to equal employment opportunity and positively encourage applications from all suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of race, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, disability, age, sexual orientation, transgender status, religion or belief.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £16,000.00 per year

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