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Cyber crime and threats are increasing across the globe and Raytheon are developing ever increasing solutions to defeat the threat . If you want to make a difference and combat the Cyber security threat then get in touch. Your new role will be working within the Cyber Innovation team in Gloucester to help design, develop and maintain mission critical applications and systems, supporting government, law enforcement and commercial customers. You'll be developing a broad range of cyber security solutions, working alongside the active threat hunting service that use the most up to date tech and receive ongoing professional development straight away.
You will take the lead on requirements gathering, user case capture and system level design. Resolving system design issues and documenting the project work are also important areas of your role.
We are flexible on backgrounds and skill sets as we offer continuous training and development to keep you at the forefront of the industry. Skills in the full engineering lifecycle, model based architecture and the ability to take responsibility for technical aspects of the project will help you stand out. Any experience of business change, agile and testing would also help you in this role but are not a prerequisite.
Raytheon are really encouraging all staff to obtain certificates and accreditation in their areas of expertise. I have recently joined the business myself and found it very welcoming and supportive community who are open to new ideas and bringing you into things.
Due to the nature of the work successful candidates will be undergo the appropriate level of security clearance specific to their employment.
Benefits: 25 days holidays + statutory holidays, annual bonus, 1.30pm finish on a Friday, Pension, Life Assurance and Flexible benefits.
To find out more or to apply please contact me Peter Ockwell on the email below.
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