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    Job Description
    TitleJunior Product Support Engineer
    Job code10450708 MF EN EXT 1-29868219
    Job posted on12/04/2019
    LocationNewport
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    EducationBachelor
    Contract typePermanent
    Start dateimmediately
    Job Description

     

    Airbus Cyber Security is a European specialist in cyber security. Our mission is to protect governments, military and essential national infrastructure enterprises from cyber threats.
    We are over 700 experts based across our main locations in France, Germany and the UK, each with a Security Operating Centre, we also operate in the US and the Middle East.
    We provide a global cyber defence approach that aims to protect, detect and respond to cyber threats with a portfolio including managed security services, industrial control system offerings, encryption, key management and consultancy services.
    Our goal: Protect our customers and support their needs with cyber security products.
    We are passionate about cyber security. If you share our passion, we want to speak with you.

     

    Description of the job

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Product Support Engineer within Airbus Cyber Security in Newport, South Wales.
    This role is available because of the expansion of the product support team and reports directly to Product Support Manager within Airbus Cyber Security.
    This position can offer you:
    Are you looking for challenging tasks in a company with some of the most fresh cyber security technology and services? Integration into an international network of cyber security experts across and outside of Europe? Would you like to participation in Europe-wide projects as prime supplier?
    We can offer you all of this and more…
    • Exciting development opportunities and perspectives within Airbus as a global player
    • An attractive company pension scheme
    • Airbus Group success share scheme
    • An range of additional benefits medical, dental and vision insurance
    • Flexible working hours

     

    Tasks & accountabilities

    • You will respond to customer queries and issues, where required investigating and reproducing the reported problems.
    • You will also visit customer sites with other members of the team to perform tasks such as investigating issues and installing upgrades.
    • The role covers multiple cryptographic products and requires working closely with other departments such as the sales, marketing, development teams, each day will be different.
    We are looking for an entry-level/graduate with 0-2 years of experience in an engineering role. You need to be keen and enthusiastic to learn, have good problem solving skills, and strong communication both verbal and written. Training will be provided to you.

    This job requires an awareness of any potential compliance risks and a commitment to act with integrity, as the foundation for the Company’s success, reputation and sustainable growth.

     

    Required skills

    • IT related degree
    • Networking knowledge
    • Programming knowledge
    • Cryptography/Security
    • Willing to be ‘On-Call’
    • Driving License

    Because of the nature of work undertaken, these positions are required to meet special nationality rules and therefore these vacancies are only open to sole British Citizens. If you who meet this criteria you will also undergo security clearance vetting, if not already security cleared to a minimum SC level
    We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.

     

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    Web Pagehttps://airbusgroup.contactrh.com/jobs/4292/29868219/en_US
    Contact information
    CompanyAirbus Defence and Space
    Address37, boulevard de Montmorency
    Paris
    France
    75781
    Emaildavid.mills@eads.net


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