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Full Stack Software Developer

We are an established start-up, making cyber security accessible to all through our affordable security operations that protect businesses 24×7, 365 days a year. Based in Cheltenham, we are a well funded young company with a healthy customer base.

We are looking for developers with at least 2 years of experience solving customers problems and delivering great software, to form a brand new software team. You will be working on the design and development of our data processing and analytics tools, used by the Security Operations Centre team to detect and respond to cyber-threats against our clients.

We take an agile approach, delivering useful software rapidly and building products incrementally, learning and improving as we go. We have an open and collaborative working environment and value everyone’s views. Pulling together and team spirit is more important to us than individual heroes.

You will be responsible for:

  • Taking user requirements and designing and implementing new features
  • Writing clear, concise and tested code – applying OO principles and software design patterns.
  • Collaborating with other developers and peer reviewing their code
  • Communicating clearly (both in writing and verbally to the team)
  • Debugging and fixing things when they break
  • Sprint planning and estimation
  • Keeping up to date with the industry & technologies
  • Helping to shape the culture of the software team as it grows


Our tech stack is as follows, but we’re more interested in your attitude, problem solving abilities and general engineering skills. Experience in any of the following would be beneficial (we’ll provide training for anything you’re missing)

  • Java
  • Angular
  • AWS
  • Apache Kafka/ Spark
  • Elastic Search


This role will be based in our Cheltenham office, close to the Bath Road with plenty of coffee shops and restaurants on our doorstep, and a short walk from town centre.

  • Based in the Cheltenham area
  • Overnight and international travel may be necessary

What you will receive

  • Competitive salary
  • Flexible working pattern and option for remote working
  • We’ll invest in your personal development – you’ll attend conferences and training courses, and we’ll provide books and e-Learning.
  • Team building events throughout the year and regular team socials
  • 25 days annual leave, and your birthday off as well
  • 2 further days off per year to take part in charity work

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Senior SOC Analyst/Shift Lead

We are a British Company taking on and beating the most established names in cyber security. We’re changing the market by providing businesses with the option of affordable cyber security service that’s always on and powered by our internally developed Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) platform and a team of IT security experts.

We are seeking motivated and passionate people to grow the team and provide brilliant service and trusted expertise to our customers.

You will be part of a successful and growing company with a great culture, and this role would suit current Analysts ready to step up into a more senior role, or seeking a route into leadership, or those fulfilling a similar role elsewhere.

The role is based either Cheltenham or Birmingham (centre). You may be needed to travel occasionally. The role does require shift working as part of a 24/7 pattern.

You will be responsible for:

  • Responsible for managing and mentoring a team of SOC Analysts who will be responsible for monitoring and responding to cyber-threats against our clients.
  • Establishing and delivering key performance indicators, determining any gaps in performance and implementing change to improve effectiveness and quality.
  • Monitoring and responding to cyber security threats against our clients, interacting directly with customers to advise and act as their security partners to resolve identified security risk.
  • Investigating alerts and seeking out potential security issues through troubleshooting, log analysis and the use of Invinsec’s SIEM.
  • Supporting the training and development plans of SOC Analysts
  • Support the SOC Manager in the selection of new employees, establishing performance priorities and goals and carrying out and documenting performance evaluations
  • Helping to make our team even more successful by regularly contributing to the SOC knowledgeable with findings from investigations of different attacker tools, tactics, and procedures which can be applied to future investigations
  • Helping to improve customers’ security posture against external attackers and threats through fine-tuning and rule creation
  • Creating regular meaningful reports for customers, threat intelligence briefings and white papers
  • Working with our development team to develop customer dashboards and make recommendations to improve the SOC’s monitoring capability

What you will need:

  • A demonstrable working knowledge of Cyber Security Operations, common enterprise security controls and exposure to attack and penetration methods and tools
  • Relevant experience working within a Cyber Security role
  • At least one recognised industry certification (SSCP, Security+, CySA, GIAC, CEH, CISM, CISSP etc.)
  • You will be working as part of a 24/7 SOC across different locations and therefore you must be a true team player, with the ability and desire to engage with customers and colleagues in order to deliver the very highest standards of service and support
  • Great troubleshooting skills, the ability to research problems and the ability to effectively communicate during stressful times, while keeping a cool, calm and friendly approach when dealing with customers and colleagues
  • Solid time management skills and be dependable
  • Comfortable talking to customer and colleagues on both a technical and non-technical level
  • Great verbal written and communication skills, and the ability to write reports in a structured methodology

What may help but is not essential:

  • Previous leadership experience
  • Experience in working with industry standards such as ISO27001
  • Working knowledge of Unix, Linux, and Windows operating systems is advantageous
  • Working knowledge of networking is advantageous, along with relevant industry certifications (Network+, CCNA, etc)
  • Build scripts, tools, or methodologies to enhance our incident investigation processes
  • Understanding of the components that comprise a successful  information security program

Invinsec has a legal responsibility to ensure that all its employees have a legal right to live and work in the UK. Therefore, if you are made an offer of employment, this will be subject to Invinsec verifying that you are eligible to work in the UK before you start work. 

Appointments will also be subject to proportionate background security checks.

Application or soliciting by agencies will not be considered.

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Invinsec is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. Invinsec is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at Invinsec are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to gender, race, colour, disability, religion or belief, family or parental status, sexual orientation, age or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. Invinsec will not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics.