Cyber Security Internship at Siemens


Better’ Starts Here
Starting salary: £22,620
Join Siemens for more than just a job – It’s a rewarding journey with growth, benefits, and a diverse, encouraging environment. Your success and well-being matter to us.

Did you know we’re scrapping the CV? We believe skills can be developed, and potential can be nurtured. We’re not so interested in what you’ve done – we care most about who you are and what you can do. Your CV will still need to be attached but it will not be seen by a hiring manager until the selection process has been completed.

You will join a community of like-minded early career professionals where you will bond and grow with team-building activities and real problems to solve. You will be given responsibility for challenging opportunities which will help you succeed.


What can I expect?
Siemens Smart Infrastructure intelligently connects energy systems, buildings and industries to adapt and evolve the way we live and work – our goal is to create environments that care.

The Product and Solution Security Intern will provide support to the Cybersecurity function in implementation of our Secure Delivery framework which is designed to ensure the security of our products, solutions, and service offerings. This role will involve assisting in the implementation and maintenance of security controls, performing security assessments, and supporting security-related initiatives.


As a Product and Solution Security Intern, here is a taste of what you can expect:
-Assist in the development and implementation of security controls for products and solutions.
-Support security awareness and training initiatives for employees.
-Conduct security assessments and vulnerability scans to identify potential risks and
vulnerabilities.
-Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure security requirements are properly integrated into the development lifecycle.
-Support the implementation and maintenance of security policies, standards, and procedures.
-Assist in evaluating and recommending security technologies and tools.
-Stay up to date with the latest security trends, vulnerabilities, and industry best practices.
-Ability to analyse and report relevant Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to management.
-Presenting technical information to non-technical audiences.
-You’ll also have the flexibility throughout the internship to focus on topics and projects which most interest you.
-Work in our UK Intern Collaboration Project with all of our interns to help shape our future with tangible outcomes based on your valuable inputs and perspectives.

What do I need to apply?
We are looking for forward thinking, innovative and inquisitive candidates that demonstrate the following:
-Currently pursuing or recently completed a degree in Information Security, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Cybersecurity Engineering, or a related field.
-Basic understanding of cybersecurity principles, concepts, and technologies.
-Knowledge of threat landscape and common security vulnerabilities.
-You think logically and are willing to self-learn and research.
-Bring new thinking, challenges the status quo and take initiative.

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NCL Internships

NCL Internships are open to all current Newcastle University students and provide a unique opportunity to gain valuable graduate level work experience alongside your course.

Opportunities are advertised throughout the year and you find all current vacancies on My Career by searching ‘NCL Internship’

The following NCL Internships are advertising on MyCareer right now:

Research Assistant (Synthesis and characterisation of bio-synthetic materials) – Newcastle University

Closing date: 13/02/2024

Duration: This internship is expected to be for a total of 60 hours, working approximately 20 hours per week between March and April. Working days and times are flexible.

Bursary/wage: £13.76 per hour

For more information and to apply, visit MyCareer (link). https://mycareer.ncl.ac.uk/leap/jobs.html?id=63408&service=Careers%20Service

Biosynthetic materials span the intersection of materials science, chemistry, and bioengineering. As an intern familiarising yourself with hydrogels, you acquire a unique blend of skills that sets you apart from your peers. This multidisciplinary expertise not only makes you adaptable but also positions you as a well-rounded professional ready to tackle the complex challenges of modern biomedical applications. Mastery of hydrogel formulation and characterisation techniques in this project equips you with a level of precision that is highly sought after in the industry. Your ability to craft hydrogels with tailored properties and analyse their intricacies places you at the forefront of materials engineering, making you a competitive candidate for research and development roles.

Customer Technology Engineer Intern – Perro

Closing date: 19/02/2024

Duration: This internship will run for 50 hours undertaken flexibly around your course on a remote basis.

Bursary/wage: £625 Bursary

For more information and to apply, visit MyCareer (link). https://mycareer.ncl.ac.uk/leap/jobs.html?id=63654&service=Careers%20Service

An intern will be involved in leveraging customer interaction and query handling as a source of user experience research, to build insights into our product roadmap. Analysing and diagnosing customer software issues, and documenting and designing future-proofing strategies for the company’s product architecture.

Get in touch with us

If you have any queries regarding careers and employment, big or small, no matter what stage you’re at, you can get advice by submitting your query via MyCareer. You can also find details of all the internships we’re currently advertising on MyCareer by clicking on Vacancies; Search Vacancies and then typing NCL Internship into the Quick Search box.

Please visit www.ncl.ac.uk/careers to explore all we offer!

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Postgraduate Teaching Assistant opportunities

Are you looking for the next step after your degree?

Are you interested in a career in academia?

Do you want to do your own research and gain teaching experience within the School of Computing?

Then our Postgraduate Teaching Assistant opportunity could be for you!

We are seeking enthusiastic and inspiring individuals to undertake a PhD in the School of Computing (with the fee waived) whilst holding a fixed term post teaching on our Computer Science degrees.

Full details are available on the job advert; interested applicants should act now as this post will close on 12th February.  

Student Work Opportunity- Animator


Role details and responsibilities: We are looking for a student to create a schematic animation of the temporomandibular joint and its articular disc to help patients understand disc displacement on a patient-based video the Dental school is currently producing. The animation would need to involve the following 3 stages:


1) Normal disc movement – disc moving synchronously with the hinge
2) Disc displacement – discs moving out of position between hinge and translation motions
3) Disc displacement without reduction – as (2) above but the disc doesn’t move back and the joint can only hinge and not translate


Diagrams of the type of disc movement required in the animation can be found on the following pages:


Disc Displacement with Reduction
Schematic Representation of Disc Movement


Dates and times: 05/02/2024 – 18/02/2024 (max 20 hours per week)
Skills required: To be eligible to apply you must be a registered Newcastle University student throughout the 2023/24 academic year.


Essential Skills:
• Animation / previous experience creating animations.


Desirable Skills:
• Knowledge of temporomandibular joint and articular disc
• Initiative
• Time management
• Organisation and planning
• Attention to detail
• Problem solving


Hourly rate of pay: £13.76


Location: Remote
Number of students required: 1


Work done as part of this role can count towards an NCL+ Award which can help you reflect on the skills you have gained and how to use them when applying for jobs in the future; to find out more visit https://nusu.co.uk/skills/nclaward.


How to apply: Email jobsoc@ncl.ac.uk quoting the role title and explaining how you meet the role criteria. Please also provide any examples you may have of creating animations in the past


Closing date for applications: Tuesday 30th of January