Manager 2- Cyber Security, Open to flexibility

Recruiter
EY
Location
Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
Salary
£Competitive
Posted
11 Apr 2018
Closes
11 May 2018
Ref
NEW00IUE
Role
IT
Contract Type
Permanent

Manager 2- Cyber Security, Open to flexibility (work from home 1 day/wk)

The opportunity

Cyber Security is one of the most important risks facing businesses today. Systems and processes are becoming increasingly interconnected and automated and many organizations are now reliant upon technology to drive business strategy and growth. As the reliance on technology grows, the risks increase also. For leading companies across all sectors, Cybersecurity is now a critical board agenda item. Our clients are overwhelmingly turning to EY for help and guidance on how to protect their assets, minimise business disruption and improve security as they continue to exploit technology and the Internet of things (IoT).

That’s why at EY we have ambitious plans to expand our already market leading Cybersecurity practice.  We continue to build our UK based Cyber Managed Services team and anticipate continued growth throughout the next five years. We need excellent people, across all grades, to join us and to be part of our exciting growth strategy.

Being part of a dynamic, growing organisation offers an exciting career path full of opportunity. EY’s UK Cyber Practice is part of a global cyber team of over 1600 professions focused on delivering leading edge information security assessment, security transformation programmes, cyber threat management, identity and access management, data protection and privacy, and resilience services.  We are part of a wider advisory organisation that collectively comprise a $7.5 billion and growing, global advisory practice with 50,000 professionals. With an overall global Advisory market of $150 billion, there’s tremendous potential for growth – and we’re prepared to tap into that potential

Your key responsibilities

As a Cyber Security Manager in our UK Managed Services Cybersecurity team you will be working with global EY teams to deliver high quality work to our clients, which will primarily be from the financial sector.  You will have responsibility for;

Client Responsibilities:

  • Lead and deliver client engagements
  • Assist in managing financial aspects of engagements by organising staffing, tracking fees and communicating issues to project leaders
  • Participate in business development initiatives
  • Build strong internal relationship with other Managed Services teams, within Advisory and across other EY services

People Responsibilities:

  • Develop people through effectively supervising, coaching, and mentoring staff
  • Conduct performance reviews and contribute to performance feedback for staff
  • Contribute to people initiatives including recruiting, retaining and training professionals
  • Maintain an educational program to continually develop personal skills
  • Understand and follow workplace policies and procedures

Skills and attributes for success

At least 5 year’s experience in information and cyber security is essential for this role.  A broad background across security and experience in 1 or more of the following areas would be beneficial;

  • IT Audit/Controls Testing
  • Third Party/Vendor Security Risk Management
  • Identity and Access Management
  • Performing Security Risk Assessments
  • Security policies and procedures, design and implementation of security policies, procedures, standards and controls in line with regulation and/or current standards, ISO27001, NIST, COBIT etc.
  • Data privacy, implementation of data protection / GDPR to address confidentiality and security over customer, employee data.

To qualify for the role you must have

  • Strong academic record, to degree level or equivalent industry experience
  • Security related qualifications such as CISSP, CISM, C-RISC
  • Advanced written and verbal communication skills and presentation skills
  • Client service delivery experience and the ability to manage multiple engagement teams and projects
  • Experience in coaching and supervising junior team members
  • Demonstrated integrity within a professional environment
  • Solid project management skills (preferably with accreditation on Project Management, e.g., PRINCE2, PMI, MSP)

Ideally, you’ll also have 

  • Solid IT and/or technology background
  • History of working for large scale organisations
  • Experience and understanding of Financial Services
  • Creative, independent with good problem solving skills
  • Strong analytical, interpersonal, communication and writing skills
  • Creative, independent with good problem solving skills
  • Experience in senior stakeholder management

What we look for

Highly motivated, a good communicator you will need to convey technical content in business language with senior management. You’ll also need to be a team player who is not only looking to enhance their own career, but recognises the value in developing others and strengthening the team.