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Security Officer

As a Security Officer, you will support the continued growth of the Security Department in wide ranging tasks in our secure environment, to manage the smooth running of the security function within our secure facility.

Location: Bristol

Salary: DOE

Start: Flexible

Terms: Permanent - Full or Part Time


The ideal candidate for the Security Officer role will be:

  • Experienced in working within a security department.
  • Experienced in managing physical security networks and secure office space.
  • Comfortable managing own time and responsibilities.
  • A self-starter and show initiative.  Anticipates requirements and can be trusted to work productively without detailed supervision.
  • Able to demonstrates a professional, confident and mature personality.
  • A strong communicator to all levels of seniority.
  • Able to show strong computer literacy skills.
  • Highly organised.
  • Possess excellent problem-solving skills.

This role requires eligibility for DV clearance. Candidates with current high-level clearance is desirable.


This role consists of a wide range of responsibilities, below is a list of some example day to day tasks;

  • Manages all DV clearances and aftercare for all IIG staff.
  • Supports the current security team in security clearance management.
  • Manages the secure network and takes responsibility for audits and checks.
  • Undertakes a broad range of security tasks, including musters and spot checks.
  • Responsible for the recording of all documentation and compliance information.
  • Delivering relevant training to all staff.
  • Escalates any security issues to management team.
  • Understands the implementation of compliance standards and accreditations (ISO27001, ISO9001, Cyber Essentials).
  • Manages security-related documentation including RMADS, SMP and Security Operating Procedures (SyOps).
  • Provide the interface between the Accreditor, customers, suppliers, information asset owners, and the wider Business, ensuring that all aspects of security are delivered and documented.
  • Provide advice on security policy covering both policy that is already in place e.g., HMG Security Policy Framework (SPF), ISO 27001 controls and the creation of new security-related documents for the project, such as an RMADS), relevant legislation (e.g. GDPR, Data Protection Act, Freedom of Information Act), technical solutions, risk management and Information Assurance.
  • Responding to incidents and ensure they are all reported appropriately.


The  Security Officer role is an excellent opportunity, and CACI reward their staff well with a competitive salary and impressive benefits package, which includes:

  • Flexi-time: 8am - 10am starts
  • Learning: Budget for conferences, training courses and other materials
  • Social: Fantastic culture with monthly social events
  • Weekend Away: a get together every autumn!
  • Future You: Matched pension and health care package

We also understand the importance of getting to know your colleagues. Whole company meetings are held every quarter, and a training/work brief weekend is held once a year, amongst many other social events.


Founded in 2006, the CACI Information Intelligence Group is an exciting, growing and progressive business unit within CACI UK.  They currently have around 100 intelligent, professional and engaging staff. Through a rigorous emphasis on quality, the company has grown considerably to become one of the UK’s most well-respected Software Engineering Companies.

CACI IIG support government departments to use information intelligently to make mission critical decisions and advance the security, sustainability and prosperity for the UK.


CACI Information Intelligence is an equal opportunities employer. We embrace diversity and are committed to a working environment where no one will be treated less favourably on the grounds of their sex, race, disability, sexual orientation religion, belief or age.

Due to the industries we work in, we require all our team to be able to obtain security clearance. To qualify for this, you must be a British citizen and have lived permanently in the UK for the last 10 years.


To apply for this role, please email Sarah Wright with your CV.