HP Labs in Bristol is HP's European research centre, our second largest worldwide. Our research teams in Bristol are established in the field of computer security and collaborate with university and industrial researchers globally to create next generation technologies that are vital for our online world.
We value a high degree of enthusiasm, agility, and ownership, because these entrepreneurial qualities help grow our business. We push boundaries to make great products and services, and take them to market, always with uncompromising integrity – grounded in our longstanding tradition of quality.
We trust and respect each other, because we highly regard what each individual contributes to the company. We achieve our best results through teamwork, because by working together we can better execute to deliver on our commitments, grow our people, and magnify our contributions.
We drive meaningful innovation – the kind that has a positive impact on the world. And while that requires us to think ahead and build for the future, our focus on customers, partners, and the communities we serve enables us to deliver the value they need to succeed, here and now.
Our research interests align with innovation themes ranging from the Internet of Things, to 3D transformation, Immersive Computing, Hyper-Mobility or Smart Machines. Security and privacy are already top concerns for businesses and consumers and will only increase as with further technology and usage model innovation. As a result, a major challenge for HP Labs Bristol is to create technology that ensures safe and assured digital experiences.
To support this, we have a number of job openings, ranging from permanent security research positions to postdocs or research contracts, open for talented security researchers (both experienced and newly qualified).
We welcome applications from diverse candidates with a range of experiences. We expect them to have at least a first degree in an appropriate discipline, ideally including a PhD. Candidates for experienced roles should have significant relevant research experience.
For permanent positions, we are interested in candidates with skills in at least one of: distributed system security architecture, distributed systems security management, sensor network and IoT security management, malware analysis, intrusion detection, and cryptography.
Ideal candidates will be able to combine their security knowledge with at least one of: hardware and embedded system software, distributed systems management, operational infrastructure management, wireless and ad-hoc network architectures, user-centric design, data analytics.