We are looking for an Infrastructure Engineer to join our team as a consultant and be part of a fast-paced team leading on solving our clients’ diverse cyber security challenges.



  • Your main focus will be to support our incident response practice. You will be part of a team supporting clients during the first phase of their recovery following cyber-attacks, making a real difference to a variety of organisations in crisis, from large corporates to schools, charities and startups.
  • Your role will be to lead the technical teams rebuilding infrastructure from the ground up following serious cyber-attacks such as ransomware outbreaks.
  • You will frequently lead teams with contributors from our clients’ IT teams, MSPs, specialist contractors and other S-RM staff. You will help build and advise on the overall restoration plan, but will also regularly provide hands on support to configure systems and implement network changes.
  • While your main focus will be incident response, you will also work together with S-RM’s Advisory team to proactively design and support the hands on delivery of technical improvements to our clients’ security programmes outside of crises.
  • As part of this role, you will be expected to join our response team on call rota.


The role will be based in our London office however flexible working arrangements are available.



Above all, we are looking for proactive, critical thinkers who are strong communicators and like working in a team. A good candidate will have extensive experience building and managing Windows Active Directory environments, as well as the soft skills required for consulting.


The qualifications and experience required to perform this role successfully are:

  • Strong experience in building, managing and securing Windows Active Directory environments. Competent with Group Policy and SCCM.
  • In-depth knowledge of Active Directory management, including GPOs, ADFS configuration, and Azure AD.
  • Comfortable using VMware and/or HyperV.
  • Familiarity with security best practices in Windows environments and Active Directory, for example, securely implementing MFA, conditional access rules, event log monitoring or application whitelisting.
  • Strong verbal communication skills to explain scenarios clearly and succinctly to clients and colleagues.


In addition, any of the following would be beneficial for this role:

  • Relevant certifications, for example Cisco CCNA, MCSE, RHCE, CompTIA.
  • VCP (VMware Certified Professional) and a relevant HyperV exam from their certificate tracks.
  • Experience configuring and securing Unix environments and services.



The successful candidate must have permission to work in the UK by the start of their employment.


  • Market leading maternity and paternity benefits including:
    • Maternity leave: 26 weeks full pay followed by 13 weeks half pay
    • Paternity leave: 6 weeks of full pay
  • 25 holiday days per year + bank holidays, which increases with service to a maximum of 30 days
  • 5% matching pension contribution
  • 4 x annual salary life insurance
  • Support of your mental wellbeing, including counselling sessions available to you and your family
  • Flexible working hours
  • Availability of a variety of training courses including online learning
  • Very comprehensive private medical insurance as well as eye tests and glasses reimbursement, and seasonal flu vaccination
  • 50% discount with a nationwide gym chain
  • Season ticket loan for your train commute
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • A formalised recognition programme


S-RM nurtures a culture of equality, diversity and inclusion and we are dedicated to developing a workforce that displays a variety of talents, experiences and perspectives.


To apply for this role, please email your CV and cover letter to recruitment@s-rminform.com