Tanium Improvement Engineer

Posted 01 June 2024
Salary £470 - £540 per day + Negotiable
Job type Contract
Discipline Software Engineering
Contact NameNathan Peters

Job description

Tanium Improvement Engineer - HIRING ASAP

Start date: ASAP
Duration: 4-month contract (Extension thereafter)
Location: Hybrid working in Knutsford
Rate: £470-£540 per day inside IR35


As an experienced Tanium Engineer, you will assist in the strategic design, implementation, and ongoing optimisation of the Tanium Improvements Project initiatives within our banking client.


  • Working with our banking clients Engineering & vendors to implement and support Tanium technology, including troubleshooting and upgrades.
  • Prevent Lateral Movement - Develop improved Tanium detections to rapidly analyse exposure to a new Cyber-Attack types and extend detection to Linux Servers
  • Work with global teams to provide consistent processes and solutions.
  • Competency to lead technical and strategic conversations with respect to Tanium and can advise partners on complex technical designs and deployments.

Key Skills:

  • 3 - 4+ years of Industry experience
  • Good awareness of Enterprise Security and Cyber Security as problem domains
  • Atlassian stack - Confluence/JIRA/Bitbucket
  • Hands on Unix or Windows Skills
  • Docker experience on both Windows and Unix
  • Excellent documentation skills
  • Security Engineering experience
  • Excellent analytical and troubleshooting skills across complex systems.
  • Able to articulate complicated processes to non-technical stakeholders.
  • Experience creating designs for implementation of commercial off the shelf products.
  • Experience of dealing with incident, problem, and change management processes.

Bonus Skills

  • Bachelor's degree in information technology, Computer Science, or a related discipline.
  • Previous experience in the financial sector
  • Demonstrates excellent judgment for balancing between rapid development, long-term code maintainability and supportability.
  • Believes in the power of and the need for writing automated tests as part of development.