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As a bold global technology leader, our products and services touch the lives of millions, as well as lending a huge helping hand to some of the country’s most crucial organisations. From contactless payments to connecting emergency services, our technology delivers some truly exciting initiatives, not to mention the incredible connections we make on a global level every single day. We rely on the brightest sparks to help us deliver new innovations. So if you believe, like we do, that technology can help us imagine, create and realise a more connected future – then we need you to help us achieve that goal! We’re focused on building the best network, providing a knockout digital experience and giving back the very best to our customers. Not bad for a company you thought was just a mobile network provider, right? We’re here to prove we’re no one trick pony and our technology reach goes way further than you imagined. Read on to find out just how far….

 

We’re a proactive, agile in approach, driven team always looking to protect Vodafone from cyber and information security risks which affects our people, technology and customers.

 

With us you will ensure that all vulnerabilities detected are reported and understood by the various stakeholders. You will lead vulnerability identification and management service which includes reporting. This includes looking across not only the operational enterprise, but to infuse Vulnerability identification into the development of new capabilities by providing self-service functions that can be utilized across the technology groups. The role calls for a strategic professional who understands business operations, information technology, telecommunication networks and security and will utilize that knowledge to assist with the implementation of an effective security campaign. Thus provide cyber security assurance for secure perimeter and applications in Vodafone Qatar.

 

Here at Vodafone we’re always moving, always growing and adapting. It’s this attitude and approach that has allowed us to create a continuous culture of development – ensuring we’re always streets ahead of our competitors and continue to attract and secure the best talent around. 

 

What makes our Vodafone Qatar a great place to work? It’s simple really.  We challenge the business to move forward, and in return can offer you no shortage of exciting projects designed to encourage growth and success. Hard work is valued and rewarded with us and we can offer you a world of opportunities for future development, and a culture that makes you truly proud to work here.

 

Sound like the corporate function you’d like to be part of?

Get on board today!

Commitment from Vodafone

Vodafone is committed to attracting, developing and retaining the best people by offering a motivating and inclusive workplace in which talent is truly recognised, developed and rewarded. We believe that diversity plays an important role in the success of our business and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment which respects, values, celebrates and makes the most of people’s individual differences – we are not only multinational but multicultural too. At Vodafone you will have access to our excellent benefits programme that you would expect from any global company.

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-09-10
Job Location: Doha, Qatar
Job Role: Other
Company Industry: Telecommunications

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career
Nationality: Qatar

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