Informatik & Wirtschaftsinformatik, Software Testing & Software Quality, Softwareentwicklung & IT

Working Student Client Security Management (f/m/d) Teilzeit

Would you like to work for Europe's biggest IT service provider? Atos has opened a vacation for a

Junior Client Security Manager (CSM) (m/f), who is supporting all security-related business controls of customer(s) assigned to her/him working closely with global and or local peers to deliver an always secure, audit ready environment.   

Your tasks

  • To Support:  ◦Implementation of contractual compliance
  • Account Security Management 
  • Security Exception and Risk Management
  • Security Delivery coordination
  • Security reporting
  • Customer Security Audit Management
  • Security Transition and Due Diligence
  • active problem-solving within supportive areas in the leadership team
  • based on your qualifications and interest, you will elaborate on a topic on your own

Your profile

  • you are a student in the last academic years of your Bachelor or Master Studies and ready to stay with us for at least one year
  • you are available for at least 20 hours per week
  • you speak German and English fluently
  • you have a good understanding of IT Security and you are interested in technology
  • soft skills: pro-activity, communicative, team player
  • at best you already have experience in IT security area

We offer

  • A unique opportunity to step into the job role, which has high demand on the market
  • a diverse, demanding and interesting task environment in a Global IT Security team
  • flexible working hours and home office
  • Trainings, a professional career opportunity and growth
  • various fringe benefits 

The salary will be set depending on your educational background as well as your further qualifications, starting from € 25.480,- annually (full time basis).

We are looking forward to your online application!



  • Unternehmen: Atos IT Solutions and Services GmbH
  • Ort: Wien
  • Gehalt: 25.480 € brutto
  • Skills: Englisch, IT / Software-Security
  • veröffentlicht am: 24.09.2019