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Azure Security Engineer

Job Title: Azure Security Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Gloucester
Industry:
Salary: 80000 - 90000
REF: Sanj/Dec/2020-UK
Contact Name: Sanjeev Mehta
Contact Email: sanjeev@sushtalent.co.uk
Job Published: 2 months ago

Job Description

Job title- Azure Security Engineer

Location-Gloucester (Initially Remote)

Client-Renowned Software/IT Consulting firm

Contract-3 months (Extendable)

Day rate-£350-£400 (Outside IR35)

Job specs

  • Implement IaC (Infrastructure-as-Code), zero-touch, security-shift-left strategies.
  • A combination of strong InfoSec background, with Cloud Architecture experience, hands on DevOps skills – this entails:
  • Experience in designing, architecting secure cloud solutions – this will require working with Nuclear business units to understand their most stringent data treatment plans and translate the requirements into solution architectures with traceable and measurable cloud native security controls.
  • The role is required to have in-depth knowledge of Cloud native security tools such as Security Centre, Sentinel, Log Analytics, Key Vault etc.
  • Hands on experience in automation using Python, Terraform and PowerShell etc. via Azure ADO and equivalent cloud native CI/CD technologies.
  • Well versed with working in software development mode to contribute towards writing the software modules for cloud security services (IaC) and also perform the necessary governance to review and approve code changes – example tools GitHub/git cli/visual studio/other cli tools.
  • Additionally, implement security tools and develop/write compliance-as-code to run within CI/CD pipelines to check the security aspects such as vulnerabilities, policy compliance, guard rail configuration etc.  Example tools include static code analysis, dynamic code analysis, software library dependency analysis and vulnerability assessment, RBAC privilege analysis, opensource/3rd party vendor tooling etc.
  • Develop and implement automation to automate the typical operational runbooks, otherwise dealt with manually.