A Tenth Revolution Group Company

Ref: SECARCH2002_1708442057

Security Architect - Up to £75,000 - Manchester Hybrid

England, Greater Manchester

  • £60,000 to £75,000 GBP
  • Architect Role
  • Skills: security, architecture, cloud, aws
  • Level: Senior

Job description

Security Architect - Up to £75,000 - Manchester Hybrid


Security Architect - Up to £75,000

Hybrid in Manchester once every two weeks

Looking for a Security Solution Architect to join our Digital Technology Architecture team. You'll shape our technology strategy, ensuring alignment with business goals and delivering high-quality solution designs. Collaborate closely with the Information Security team to define our security roadmap and enhance our security posture from an architectural point of view.

As a Security Solution Architect, you will:

* Develop and communicate current and future state architectures, focusing on infosec and related areas.
* Assess and introduce new technologies effectively.
* Partner with stakeholders across functions to influence outcomes from ideation to implementation.
* Govern system designs to uphold standards and patterns.
* Drive transformation roadmaps and contribute to IT strategy evolution.
* Perform threat modeling and define secure technical patterns.
* Verify secure patterns through various testing methods.

Skills and Experience:

* Understanding of cloud security controls, ideally in AWS or knowledge of GCP and Azure.
* Familiarity with secure coding principles and ecommerce threat landscape.
* Experience in security governance and agile/DevSecOps environments.
* Strong communication and influencing skills.
* Awareness of IT industry trends and vendor neutrality.
* Desirable certifications and experience in AWS/GCP/Azure architectures, API-first design, and retail/ecommerce environments.


* Annual Bonus
* Enhanced maternity/adoption leave
* Up to 8% pension contribution
* Discount for associated brands

If you're interested, apply below or get in touch directly at D.Elliott@JeffersonFrank.com

All Candidates must have valid right to work in the UK and not be dependable on any other individual.