VACANCY – Technical Consultant
Your opportunity to join a leader in cyber security
Nexor is a well-established supplier of solutions which mitigate the cyber threat in environments where high value information is exchanged between different network domains.
We have a portfolio of Secure Information Exchange solutions in active use throughout the Defence & Intelligence communities both in the UK and worldwide, as well as other enterprises within Government and the Critical National Infrastructure.
As part of this expansion we are looking for a Technical Consultant. This is an exciting opportunity which requires flexibility and a willingness to travel, potentially working away from home for the majority of the working week.
Prime responsibilities will include:
- Technical support to key customers;
- Design and implementation of a solution based on customer requirements;
- Problem verification and resolution;
- Helping the customer troubleshoot system failures;
- Working closely with Nexor staff, particularly support and engineering staff.
Candidates must be customer facing and able to demonstrate a methodical approach to problem solving and solution design. They must also be willing to learn in a challenging technical environment.
Technical skills will include:
- Networking – Essential;
- Linux (preferably RHEL) – Essential;
- Windows Server – Desirable.
Note: Training will be provided for any additional skill requirements.
The ideal candidate will also have excellent communication skills.
Nexor encourages an open and participative approach to both business and social activities. As a Gold standard Investor in People, we offer training opportunities to all our employees and actively encourage career development. Nexor will provide an attractive remuneration package and excellent future career prospects.
The successful candidate will be expected to be able to maintain a UK security clearance.
Please send your CV together with a covering letter detailing why you would be interested in working for Nexor by email to email@example.com or by post to:
8 The Triangle
Ng2 Business Park
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