IT Infrastructure Security Lead

Recruiter
Taskmaster Resources Limited
Location
Shipley
Salary
£31696 - 41787
Posted
27 Sep 2017
Closes
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
Key responsibilities. - Facilitate the development and implementation of security controls required to secure the organisations external ICT environment. - Develop a proactive approach to security incident prevention activities which protect systems and infrastructure from attack. - Manage security incident investigation, perform root cause analysis and lessons learned, and provide reports to Senior Management as required. - The post holder will be responsible for assisting the ICT Manager with the formulation of long term strategic security goals. - When necessary the post may require reports on IT related issues to be written for dissemination to other departments or committees. - The post holder will be required to interpret technical or administrative documentation and advise the Trust as to their implications in a manner easily understood. - Responsible for providing significant technical expertise and experience, standards development, program development, security assessment, risk assessment, reporting, awareness education, and highly visible leadership related to security of computing and information technology - Perform information security risk assessments and serves as an internal auditor for security issues - Takes the department lead in facilitating the internal and external audit activities. - Implements information security policies and procedures for the organisation. - Reviews all system-related security plans throughout the organisation's network, acting as a liaison across all teams - Perform technical security evaluation of products, monitors compliance with information security policies and procedures, referring problems to the appropriate department manager - Monitors the internal control systems to ensure that appropriate access levels are maintained - To perform functions according to agreed national / organisational / department standards. - To stay abreast of current and newly developing technologies and practices in own technical domain. - To professionally represent the service and clients at regional and national level with appropriate support from others. - Compliance with the Trust policies and procedures including code of conduct. - To be proactive in risk management in line with organisational policy and procedures Please note, this is a contract role until 31.03.2018 (may be extended beyond). DUE TO THE LARGE VOLUME OF APPLICATIONS WE RECEIVE ONLY SHORT LISTED CANDIDATES CAN BE GIVEN INDIVIDUAL FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE NOT BEEN CONTACTED WITHIN 5 WORKING DAYS OF YOUR APPLICATION THEN ON THIS OCCASION YOUR APPLICATION HAS NOT BEEN SUCCESSFUL.
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