Taking the next step of your career with us
We recruit right across the skills and experience spectrum – from school leaver to PhD, from apprentice to director. The right attitude and value set are what we look for when hiring and, with continuous improvement at the heart of our beliefs, we invest in developing our people… as well as our business.
In 2013, Nexor was awarded Investors in People Gold, which less than 3% of UK companies hold, as official recognition for the importance we place on ensuring that our staff are at the forefront of their specialisms.
We have also signed the Corporate Covenant that demonstrates our support for the armed forces community including the recruitment of reservists and former service personnel.
Nexor is an industry partner of the UK Government scheme CyberFirst, which is developing a bigger pipeline of younger people entering the cyber security industry.
Several members of the Nexor team were also invited to participate in an industry website to discuss their work and careers. You can view these “Day in the Life” videos on the Inspired Careers YouTube channel.
If Nexor sounds like the type of company you would be interested in working for, then please register your interest by sending your CV to Sarah-Jane Rowley, Head of Human Resources, by email to email@example.com or alternatively to the address below:
8 The Triangle
ng2 Business Park
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RECENT BLOG POSTS
Traditionally, our approach to managing cyber security risks has been ‘static’ – in the sense that the threat analysis, risk assessment and treatment plan are performed as manual operations ‘up front’ of solution deployment – usually as part of a Secure Development Lifecycle (SDL) – such as Nexor’s CyberShield Secure Development methodology.
For our 2017 Christmas greetings we ran a Nexor Treasure Hunt asking our customers to find the link between Nexor and the buildings in the images below.
Whilst the global online environment is seeing an increase in cyber threats, companies and government bodies still need to share information, including sensitive intelligence documents, in a secure way within their organisation.
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