Virus Bulletin is hiring

Posted by   Virus Bulletin on   Dec 8, 2014

VB seeks a Perl Developer / Security Engineer.

2014 has been an exciting year for Virus Bulletin: we went through some personnel changes, made all of our content freely available, and ran our best attended conference thus far.

Behind the scenes, we have also been working on some other exciting things such as a new version of our website and developing new tests to add to our suite of security product testing programmes. And you could become part of that!

We are currently looking to hire a "Perl Developer / Security Engineer" - a role which involves full responsibility for the Virus Bulletin website, and which also involves becoming part of our growing test team, running a wide range of security testing and certification programmes.

Do you want to work for a company that is right in the heart of the security industry? Do you have the required skills? Are you fully authorised to work in the UK? Then this job could be ideal for you!

The job is based in our office in Abingdon, a small town in the Thames Valley in the UK, close to the historic university city of Oxford, and not far from London. Virus Bulletin is a small, but growing company that offers excellent opportunities to further develop your skills.

Read the full job ad here and send us your CV!

VB Team at VB2014

Posted on 08 December 2014 by Martijn Grooten


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