Building on the success of the currently delivered nucleargraduate programme and more recently the Level 4 Cyber Security Apprenticeship, Energus now deliver a Cyber Security Graduate Programme on behalf of industry.
Energus recruit, employ and develop graduates. We can facilitate a range of secondments around the industry while ensuring you gain valuable Cyber Security on the job experience. Additional training will be identified by Energus to develop your experience.
A T&S allowance is available to fund travel to training, conferences and movement between working locations. Energus arrange a robust performance management regime. This will include four appraisals over the two years.
Example of a Cyber Security Graduate pathway
Secondment 1 – 6 months within the host organisation. During this secondment you would become familiar with the organisation and get to know your Line Manager / Mentor while familiarising yourselves with the organisation.
Secondment 2 & 3– Placements 2 & 3 will be 6 months each and will be spent in organisations that will enhance your development and compliment your learning. Examples of external placements are: ONR, NCSC, GCHQ, ATOS, BEIS, NNL, NCC, Auriga, Context, wider NDA Group and supply chain.
Final Secondment – you will return to the host organisation to settle back into the organisation before taking up a substantive role.
A range of technical and behavioural training can be arranged. Examples include:
Intrusion Analysis & Digital Forensics
Industrial Control (OT) Systems & Information Technology (IT) Systems Design
Cyber Security Network Architecture
Compliance / Regulation
CREST (Training & Examinations)
Cyber Security Cultural Management
Introduction to Project Management
Influencing & Negotiating
Health & Wellbeing
Communication & Stakeholder Management
All Graduates will be registered as STEM Ambassadors and will be required to participate in a variety of STEM activities. Completing engagement activities is not only a great way to encourage future generations into STEM subjects, but it is also a fantastic development opportunity for yourself.
Activities are designed to inspire young people and raise awareness of higher level study and future career opportunities in STEM whilst offering curriculum enhancement and enrichment.
One of the biggest STEM activities the graduates are involved in is CyberFirst. CyberFirst is a pivotal part of the UK Governments National Cyber Security Programme developed by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), a part of GCHQ.
CyberFirst takes place every summer at Energus and graduates work the Energus team to deliver the training to 13-17 year olds.