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HAYS, Canberra Region, n Capital Territory, Canberra
Hays Australia REM Multiple positions for cyber experts to make a difference to the Australian community This Federal Government organisation prides themselves on their professionalism, positive culture and ability to create pathways for career progression and professional development. Currently there are rare and multiple roles and opportunities to join their team. These positions will be responsible for providing leading technical cyber security related advice, analysis and assistance to key stakeholders. The main duties will include: APS4/5 Information Security Technologists • Identifying prevention techniques with relation to cyber security vulnerability’s and threats • Analysing and researching solutions that meet the needs of key stakeholders • Undertaking cyber security assessments • Producing technical reports, presentations and information to both non-technical and technical audiences • Investigating cyber security vulnerabilities and making assessments on the impact to stakeholders systems through research and reporting • A large component of the role will include problem identification, research, analysis and providing recommended resolution strategies At the APS 5 Level you will also be responsible for more complex advice, analysis and support and involved in the below in addition to the above: • Maintaining technical equipment and systems to support and deliver cyber security capabilities APS4/5 Information Security Analysts • Participate in the certification of validation of systems for accreditation, through collection and analysis of cyber and information security data • Reporting and analysis as well as producing statistics on security incidents and breaches • Providing complex advice on security related matters • Be an active contributor to team and divisional meetings • Compliance management • Problem resolution These positions are available on initial 6 Month contracts with view for extension for the right candidate. You must hold a minimum Baseline clearance and be an Australian Citizen to be eligible for this position due to the security requirements of the organisation. A higher level clearance is also highly desired. It is important to note that this is shift work and you will work 2 days per week from 6am-6pm, followed by three days off, then 2 days from 6pm-6am and then 4 days off, loading and penalties will be paid and for eligible candidates extra paid leave is available If you are studying cyber security and have a clearance this could be the ideal role for you, or alternatively if you have worked in technical helpdesk environments and are used to problem solving technical issues this would be highly advantageous. We are looking for applications as soon as possible due to the fast turnaround of this recruitment process. If you would like to apply please send your resume to madeleine.ellacotthays.com.au or call 02 6257 3331. Refer a Friend If you know someone who's looking for a new role then why not refer them to us. With continued skills shortages we are always looking for top talent for a variety of skilled professions across our business. LHS 297508 2511005 Hays Australia REM
ICT Security Analyst
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
The Technology Service Branch (TSB) with in Digital, Data, and Technology Solutions (DDTS) is recruiting for an ICT Security analyst that will be part of a larger team of ICT Security operations specialists. As an ICT Security analyst, you will be a member of the ICT Security operations team focussing on supporting security systems, vulnerability assessment processes and providing advice to support project and change activities within the organisation. This role provides operational support for the security of the ACT Government ICT environment. The ICT security analyst will work with a diverse range of on-premises and cloud platforms and technologies to support secure operations of ICT, audit and compliance programmes. The role will support a wide variety of customers and other stakeholders internally and promote positive security outcomes.DDTS provides a comprehensive range of ICT and allied services to all ACT Government Directorates, ACT Government schools, and the Canberra Institute of Technology. It delivers a modern ICT environment including cloud provision, data centres and an extensive optical-fibre voice and data network backed with high quality server and desktop support.Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (CMTEDD) supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply.Duties and Responsibilities:Perform the duties of an ICT security analyst, including administration of ICT Security systems, conducting audits, vulnerability assessment, security incident response and contributing to development of policies, processes and security awareness training.Administer appropriate security controls and cloud platform technologies to meet required compliance for the control of risk for ACT Government infrastructure and business systems hosted on-premise and in internally managed cloud environments, with a focus on continuous improvement.Represent ICT Security in internal and external projects, providing specialist security advice and leadership aligned with policy and ICT Security strategic direction. Effectively liaise and collaborate with a variety of stakeholders, including Shared Services, directorate staff and external vendors.Understand and work within the ACTPS Code of Conduct and ACTPS values of respect, integrity, collaboration and innovation, and model behaviour consistent with the ACTPS Respect Equity and Diversity framework.This position may involve direct supervision of staff.Selection Criteria:Demonstrated understanding of and experience in managing an ICT security environment including Windows, UNIX, Apple (Mac and iOS); cloud platforms (Microsoft Azure/ Office 365); Internet and network protocols; Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM), Intrusion Prevention Systems; Internet proxy and/or content filtering systems; Spam filtering; Mobile Device Management system; and digital forensic tools.Demonstrate knowledge of security and privacy related legislation, policy and processes, preferably within a public-sector environment.Demonstrated high level written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to effectively influence and negotiate with a variety of stakeholders and manage competing priorities and deadlines.High level conceptual and analytical skills and an ability to provide advice on security issues with an agency or whole of government focus.Eligibility/Other Requirements:Current AGSVA NV1 security clearance or ability to obtain and hold an AGSVA NV1 security clearance is mandatory. Notes: A Merit Pool will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months.
APS4 and APS5 Information Security Technologist and Analysts
HAYS, Forrest, South Canberra, Canberra, n Capital Terri ...
Multiple positions for cyber experts to make a difference to the Australian community This Federal Government organisation prides themselves on their professionalism, positive culture and ability to create pathways for career progression and professional development. Currently there are rare and multiple roles and opportunities to join their team. These positions will be responsible for providing leading technical cyber security related advice, analysis and assistance to key stakeholders. The main duties will include: APS4/5 Information Security Technologists • Identifying prevention techniques with relation to cyber security vulnerability’s and threats • Analysing and researching solutions that meet the needs of key stakeholders • Undertaking cyber security assessments • Producing technical reports, presentations and information to both non-technical and technical audiences • Investigating cyber security vulnerabilities and making assessments on the impact to stakeholders systems through research and reporting • A large component of the role will include problem identification, research, analysis and providing recommended resolution strategies At the APS 5 Level you will also be responsible for more complex advice, analysis and support and involved in the below in addition to the above: • Maintaining technical equipment and systems to support and deliver cyber security capabilities APS4/5 Information Security Analysts • Participate in the certification of validation of systems for accreditation, through collection and analysis of cyber and information security data • Reporting and analysis as well as producing statistics on security incidents and breaches • Providing complex advice on security related matters • Be an active contributor to team and divisional meetings • Compliance management • Problem resolution These positions are available on initial 6 Month contracts with view for extension for the right candidate. You must hold a minimum Baseline clearance and be an Australian Citizen to be eligible for this position due to the security requirements of the organisation. A higher level clearance is also highly desired. It is important to note that this is shift work and you will work 2 days per week from 6am-6pm, followed by three days off, then 2 days from 6pm-6am and then 4 days off, loading and penalties will be paid and for eligible candidates extra paid leave is available If you are studying cyber security and have a clearance this could be the ideal role for you, or alternatively if you have worked in technical helpdesk environments and are used to problem solving technical issues this would be highly advantageous. We are looking for applications as soon as possible due to the fast turnaround of this recruitment process. If you would like to apply please send your resume to madeleine.ellacotthays.com.au or call 02 6257 3331. Refer a Friend If you know someone who's looking for a new role then why not refer them to us. With continued skills shortages we are always looking for top talent for a variety of skilled professions across our business. LHS 297508 2511005