IT-Security Analyst (d/f/m) for Berlin (Germany) or Buchs SG (Switzerland)

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To support our team we are looking for the position as of now in full time or part time for our location Berlin (Germany) or Buchs SG (Switzerland):

  • IT Security Analyst (d/f/m)

Core tasks:

  • conduct security investigations as white/grey/black box procedures, for example web and mobile application testing, network pentesting, source code reviews, IoT/embedded device investigation, etc., depending on skills and interests

  • preparation of security tests and coordination during the assessment

  • write findings reports including assessment of risks and recommendations of possible solutions

  • occasional on-site investigations at customers' premises

What we offer:

  • an on-boarding period of six months (senior) to twelve months (junior) and mentoring

  • a collegial, appreciative working atmosphere in a nerdy environment and flat hierarchy

  • participation in the design of processes

  • varied projects

  • opportunities for professional development, e.g. research projects

  • part-time option (80 %)

  • regular working hours

  • air conditioned office

  • partly home office possible

Required qualifications:

  • several years of experience in pentesting and security analysis

  • understanding of technologies, especially applications, operating systems, and networks

  • creativity and hacker thinking

  • very good knowledge of English and German, both written and spoken

  • familiarization with new technologies used by our customers

  • professionalism in customer interaction

  • reliability and commitment

  • independent way of working

Desirable qualification:

  • programming skills in common programming languages

Please send us your application, including information for which position and for which location the application is intended, the CV, certificates, references if applicable, and interesting technical work that gives us an insight via E-mail, preferably encrypted using GPG.

Contact for applications is Martin Schobert, E-mail: <> (GPG key: 0x56386F4B1DF2357D).

Application documents are stored for the duration of the application process and are deleted after completion of the application process.