Apprentice Cyber Security Professional

Recruiter
Science & Technology Facilities Council
Location
Warrington
Salary
£14,428.00 annual salary
Posted
10 Jul 2017
Closes
31 Jul 2017
Ref
VAC001272622
Specialism
IT
Sector
Unspecified
Role Type
Apprenticeship
Start Date
September
Duration
Permanent
Annual wage £14,428.00

  • Working week 9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday (30 minutes for lunch)

    Total hours per week: 37.00

  • Apprenticeship duration 4 years

  • Possible start date 01 Sep 2017

  • Date posted 10 Jul 2017

  • Distance 203.3 miles

  • Apprenticeship level Degree Level Apprenticeship

  • Reference number VAC001272622

  • Positions 1 available

  • Requirements and prospects Desired skills
    • Demonstrable interest in, and knowledge, of computer, storage and/or networking hardware.
    • An interest in information security principles.
    • Experience of using Linux at the command line.
    Personal qualities
    • Excellent literacy and numeracy skills.
    • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to transfer key information at different organisational levels, and the ability to present to audiences of various sizes.
    • Enthusiasm and willingness to work hard.
    • Ability to work well in a team.
    Qualifications required

    7 GCSEs (C or above) or equivalent, including English, Science, and Maths

    Have gained or be on track to gain at least a minimum of two A levels at grade A or above OR three A levels at grade C or above - subjects must include maths and science/computing.

    Future prospects A permanent opportunity with the Hartree Centre may be available at the end of the apprenticeship period if a high level of performance and positive impact can be demonstrated. Things to consider Obtaining an honours degree with only 1 day a week tuition, whilst holding down a demanding job with the Hartree Centre, will take determination, dedication and a lot of hard work. What do you think are the key aspects of working in a team? Why are they important? What is High Performance Computing? Why is it important to society? (you may need to do some research to answer this question).