Google SecOps Engineer at Deloitte, Remote, 3 Months, £250 per day

£250 per day
  • Contract Spy
  • Remote (City of London, London, UK)
  • Jul 08, 2024
up to 6 Months

Contract Description

Job Title: Google SecOps Engineer

Location: Remote

Rate: Competitive

Duration: 3-month contract


Working with the Deloitte Associate (Contractor) Programme means we can offer you the opportunity to work on a variation of industry and client related projects. Our aim is to retain the best talent and so when your project end date nears our team of Talent Community Advisors will be working with you to look at alternative projects within the firm that suit your experience should you wish to continue with Deloitte. 

The Role

Seeking a skilled Google SecOps (Chronicle) Engineer to contribute to our cybersecurity initiatives. Responsibilities include managing and optimizing Chronicle playbooks, implementing workflow orchestration workflows, and enhancing automated response.

Key Responsibilities

Our engineering team are responsible for enabling adoption of the Google SecOps platform by our global client.This includes:

·Google SecOps platform engineering

oIntegration configuration

oCustom action development

·Playbook implementation

oConverted design documentation into operable workflows used in production



oDeveloping SecOps reports that are consumed by the business

 Skills and Professional Experience

·Proficiency in Google Security Platform known as Google SecOps and related services

·Experience with SecOps or similar security analytics platforms

·Strong scripting skills in Python, HTML and Javascript

·Excellent problem-solving abilities and attention to detail

·Proactive approach to cybersecurity and threat detection

·Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field preferred


As a means of managing tax, commercial and reputational risks, Deloitte prohibits the use of Associates through Personal Service Companies (‘PSCs’). All Associates must contract under PAYE arrangements through a Deloitte approved ‘Employment Company’ (aka ‘umbrella company.’)