This role will support the Cyber Security Analyst Management team to protect Oxford Brookes’ information assets from cyber security threats
- Employer QA Apprenticeships
- Location Gipsy Lane Site, Headington Campus, Headington, Oxford, OX3 0BP
- Salary Competitive
- Closing date 29 Aug 2022
- Sector Consultancy
- Job Role Cyber Security Consultant
- Job Type Permanent
Who will you work for:
At Oxford Brookes University we pride ourselves on the great experience we offer our staff. You will join a friendly, professional environment where every member of staff is considered vital to the success of Oxford Brookes University. At Brooks we share a culture guided by the key principles of generosity of spirit, trust, connection and entrepreneurial creativity.
What’s in it for you:
Our apprenticeship program will be meaningful and challenging work where your ideas will be heard, and you can really make a difference.
This role will support the Cyber Security Analyst Management team to protect Oxford Brookes’ information assets from cyber security threats. As our apprentice you will join a small, friendly and busy team, playing a key role in our IT department Cyber Security Analyst.
IT Services at Oxford Brookes University is a modern, service-oriented environment that embraces continuous change. This is not a role where you have to “fit in” with existing ways of working. We love creativity and innovation and you can really make an impact and help shape the agenda. This apprenticeship will provide you with a great opportunity. Earn while learning with salary and company benefits.
You will be responsible for:
With primary responsibility for ensuring the security, accuracy and delivery of our systems and services. The post holder will, through monitoring, assessment and in collaboration with the Head of Information Security Management and the Network and Security Manager, carry out cyber security activities within the University and the University’s IT facilities and information risks related to internal and external threats. Will assist in management. .
In addition, the post holder will be expected to identify and mitigate relevant cyber threats, investigate incidents and raise awareness of the importance of information security and ongoing legal, contractual and regulatory compliance. Will actively engage with the Information Security team to work closely with stakeholders to maintain
You will need the following skills:
- You will also need to be creative and curious, flexible, willing to learn and a true self-starter.
- You will need to use your initiative to work hard and be proactive to make the most of the opportunity.
- 120 UCAS points through A Level or equivalent
- EPA Apprentices must have GCSE Maths and English at Grade C to try – you can still enter the program but will need to prove Level 2 Maths and English qualifications before starting Gateway and EPA.
Non-standard entry requirements
Applicants who can demonstrate their ability to benefit from the program in other ways, particularly mature students without formal qualifications, will always be considered and will be contacted by the program leader to discuss their application. will be invited to contact The University welcomes applications from students studying qualifications from different qualification types – for example a combination of A Level and BTEC qualifications, and you will receive UCAS Tariff Points from all these qualifications if you are offered. You will be asked to achieve the level you are studying. 3.
A good GCSE profile is expected with English language and maths at a minimum grade C (or equivalent recognized by the university). Apprentices without Level 2 English and Maths must achieve this before taking the endpoint assessment. If you have studied for a new GCSE for which you have achieved a numerical grade you will need to achieve at least grade 4.
Where informal interviews will take place.
- Candidate’s eligibility is doubtful and further evidence is called for.
- The candidate presents an exceptional set of taken or pending qualifications, and a suitable conditional offer needs to be determined.
- Candidates may require advice on program suitability.
- Applicants invited for an informal interview will always be informed of its purpose.
End point assessment
You must be able to provide evidence of Level 2 English and Maths before starting your endpoint assessment. You can still start the program without them but qualification is required to start EPA.
You may also have a combination of qualifications and experience that demonstrate the minimum foundation required for the program. In this instance you may still be considered for the program.
If you hold the international equivalent of the above qualifications, you must be able to provide an official document at the time of your application showing how your international qualifications compare to UK qualifications. are
Find out more here: https://www.enic.org.uk/Qualifications/UKQRS/Default.aspx
37 hours per week.
92% of QA apprentices get permanent employment after completing their apprenticeship. There may also be opportunities to undertake further apprenticeship training.