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Cyber Resilience Consultant (m/w/d)

  • Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany

Job description

We are looking for you to build up our Cyber Resilience team in Germany.

Your mission

As a specialist in your field, you are responsible for increasing the resilience and resilience of organisations in the face of impending cyber attacks.

As part of our Cyber Resilience Service , we prepare our customers for possible cyber attacks and strengthen their resilience.
Together with your colleagues in Utrecht and your interdisciplinary team in Germany, you will implement resilience projects for our German-speaking customers.
You will support their customers in optimizing incident response, crisis management and business continuity in the cyber sector. From organisational and plan development to large-scale exercises. From team training to 1-to-1 executive coaching. Together with a team of colleagues, you will work on our programmes, projects and (internal) innovations. 

We are looking for a colleague with experience who feels at home in the field of (cyber)resilience. You will use your knowledge, experience and methodological skills to achieve the best results together with the client. You take the resilience of the client organisation to the next level. You are not afraid to put your finger in the wound without losing sight of the relationship and contact with the customer.

In addition to content-related work, you are also involved in the further development of our services. You think outside the box and find the connection between processes, technology and people, or as we call it - Business, Bytes, Behaviour.

Together with over 230 security enthusiasts, you help companies to protect themselves against cyber attacks.

What can you expect from us?


First things first: you will receive a permanent employment contract with 30 days' holiday per year. You can organise your own working hours in consultation with your colleagues and customers.


What do you want to achieve and what support do you need? You will receive regular training and support in achieving your professional goals. You can also develop further within Northwave.


It is important to us to respect and value each other - as professionals and as people. The best way to get to know your 230+ colleagues from the Netherlands and Germany is to take part in one of our many activities, such as our annual trip to the theme park.


You will be equipped with a modern MacBook and iPhone. We have height-adjustable desks in our offices and our CEO loves to kit us out with merchandise ;-)


In order to be mobile at all times, you will receive either a company car or a BahnCard 100 (also for private use).

what else...

No, the fruit basket in the office is not a benefit for us, but a matter of course - just like coffee, tea and lemonade. Have you ever tried Dutch caramel waffles?

Job requirements

The most important thing for us is that you fit into the team and are keen to help shape and advance Northwave. Of course, we also have a few technical requirements for this position.


Do you have a relevant degree, e.g. in psychology, sociology, criminology or similar? Ideally, you have additional qualifications in (e.g. coaching, business continuity or change management).

Knowledge and experience

Do you have extensive professional experience in the areas of crisis management, risk management and/or business continuity and experience with organizational and/or team development? At best, you have knowledge in the field of cyber security and at least a keen interest in it.

Other strengths

Do you have extensive professional experience in project management and experience with organisational and/or team development? At best, you have knowledge in the field of cyber security and at least a keen interest in it.


I look forward to receiving your application.
If you have any questions, please contact me directly:
+49 173 687 2818

Find out more about working at Northwave here:


  • Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany


  • Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany