Senior Cyber Security Analyst | Cyber Security Jobs London, UK

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Job Detail

  • Offered Salary 1000
  • Experience 3 Years
  • Gender Male
  • Industry software-and-internet-services
  • Qualifications computer-science

Job Description

Positions Available


Parliamentary Digital Service

Cyber Security
Band / Grade

Contract Type


£37,510 + MSA of £2,000
Closing Date

09/03/2022, 23:55

Interview Date(s)

TBC (22nd-23rd March 2022)

We are looking for a Senior Cyber Security Analyst to join our Cyber Security team at the Parliamentary Digital Service (PDS).

Protecting 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 to protect its people, data and technology.

To be part of the Cyber Security team at Parliament you will; resolve cyber security issues for customers; provide expert advice on cyber hygiene, investigate malware infections, analyse and mitigate against phishing campaigns, perform forensic investigations, produce reports for management incidents and produce incident trend analysis.

In addition to this you will use information gathered during the completion of the tasks previously mentioned to fine tune CSOC tooling as well as continually maintain and improve processes and use cases in line with the CSOC strategy set out by the Cyber Security Operations Manager. You will get to work with a variety of technologies and learn a lot from colleagues in the team about all the different disciplines of Cyber security.

Parliament is currently going through an exciting period of digital transformation to deliver excellent digital services. The Parliamentary Digital Service (PDS) works with the House of Commons, the House of Lords, as well as Parliament staff on their IT and digital needs. We think it’s important that everyone can access and understand what’s going on in Parliament. Our goal is to bring together the public, Parliament Members, and Parliamentary staff to inform, engage, support, and communicate through one, unified digital core.

We offer an attractive range of benefits including 30 days’ annual leave (increasing to 35 after a year’s service), contributory pension scheme, Employee Assistance Programme, great training and development programmes, access to various facilities (on-site gym, nursery, hairdressers, post office, travel office and cash machines) and much more.

So What’s Next?

Before submitting an application, please ensure you have read through the requirements and additional information as laid out in both of the file attachments: (1) Job Description (2) Candidate Information Pack.

When applying, you will be required to demonstrate your suitability against the criterion displayed as seen in The Requirements section of the Job Description. It is essential that you respond to each criterion listed using examples of your skills, knowledge and experience in no more than 500 words to each one.

We champion a diverse and inclusive working 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. We welcome applications from people who feel under-represented in the workforce in addition to those who may feel disadvantaged because of their social and/or economic circumstances.

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