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Manager Of It Security, Oakville, Town Of Oakville

Published 2022-07-11
Expires 2022-08-11
ID #1082748244
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Manager Of It Security, Oakville, Town Of Oakville
Canada, Ontario, Oakville,
Published July 11, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Manager of it security


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Reporting to the Director, ITS, the Manager, IT Security assumes the overarching responsibility for supporting the Town of Oakville and ITS leadership in their efforts at overseeing, managing and implementing IT Security Assets and Services. Including IT Security Life cycle management, investments and Initiatives to optimally achieve enterprise goals and mitigate Cyber Risk.



The position includes ownership for identifying, prioritizing, coordinating and balancing Security Operations, Operational Lifecycle Management Projects, Business Transformation Projects/Programs and Security best Practice initiatives. Managing functional resources engaged with all types of initiatives. The position is also responsible for senior executive engagement and reporting on the state and performance of the IT Security ecosystem in alignment with enterprise goal/KPIs and KRIs.




WHAT CAN I EXPECT TO DO IN THIS ROLE?

As the Manager, IT Security you will:
Lead the development of a strategic vision through the Oakville Technology Plan to guide Security Solutions toward the establishment of core IT Security operations definition, structures, processes and demand management in order drive the evolution of Oakville’s Security Technology environment
Operations and Capital initiative alignment to security asset categories and services, through evaluation, selection, prioritization, execution, tracking and measuring the achieved results
Engage with and conduct minimum quarterly area specific reviews with senior business management, ITS executives, stakeholder committees, and other relevant bodies to validate and assess the operational and capital plans, execute change, and reprioritize to meet business needs as required
Ensure the oversight and coordination of dependencies across the Operational and Capital activities are effectively managed via a risk based framework
Manage the capital and operating planning process for accountable areas of security assets and services
Manage vendor evaluation, selection, performance and business relationships in accordance with the Town’s purchasing by-law
Support and advise executives on actions required to balance existing security assets and services with IT resources
Lead reviews of IT Security assets and services evolving to a continuous improvement model
Ensure adherence to the appropriate governance functions relating to IT Security in accordance with enterprise guidelines, policies and standards
Direct the creation and maintenance of the required security standard operating procedures and other documentation
Work with teams to manage/oversee the full range of security asset life cycle (procure, energize, remove/replace, dispose) for operational and capital projects and services
Identify staffing needs - as mandated and empowered by leadership, ensure and balance the availability of the required skills and competencies across responsible teams
Develop and maintain appropriate knowledge of common IT Security concepts, practices and procedures
Direct the development and maintenance of communications and reporting around the IT Security plans and services, their contents and the individual performance of initiatives to stakeholders, as well as disruptions and interruptions following best practice frameworks
Define security standards, manage and set priorities for the design, maintenance, development and evaluation of respective IT systems, ensuring that assets are inventoried, properly managed and serviced
Plan the evolution of IT Security architecture ensuring that deployment, integration and configuration of solutions are in accordance with industry best practice and the requirements of the Town
Develop IT Security policies, set priorities and be responsible for service delivery and the development and implementation of performance measures and objectives



HOW DO I QUALIFY?



Experience:
Education: You have a bachelor’s degree in computer science, Information Technology or a related field from a recognized university/college. Your formal education is augmented by progressively responsible positions that have resulted in outstanding leadership.
IT Security Leadership: Minimum 8 years of diverse roles and progressive leadership responsibilities across IT Operations and/or IT Projects/Programs experience with specific knowledge of IT security planning/architecture, implementation and operations; consulting and facilitation leadership is a plus
Critical Thinking: Able to make risk-adjusted evidence based decisions in a timely manner;
Change, Innovation and IT Development: Leading change and innovation ideally in a IT Agile development project environment.
Customer Service: Experience with Digital Transformation and Customer Experience improvement initiatives
People Management: Demonstrated experience in leading diverse teams
IT Asset Management: Comprehensive knowledge and experience with IT Asset Management.



Core Knowledge:

You are an experienced leader with a comprehensive knowledge of:
Security Designations: CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) and/or CISM (Certified Information Security Manager) desirable
Security Assessments: Proficiency in performing risk, business impact, control and vulnerability assessments.
Security Architecture and Planning: Knowledge of and experience in developing and documenting security architecture and plans, including strategic, tactical and project plans.
Vulnerability Management: Experience in vulnerability scanning and penetration testing.
Security Policy: Ability to produce information security policy documents that demonstrate command of language, clarity of thought and orderliness of presentation.
Project Management: Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification or equivalent favorable
ITIL or Lean Six Sigma: Working knowledge of Lean Six Sigma Methodologies; working knowledge of ITIL Best Practices



We offer
Corporate values and an environment based on teamwork, accountability, dedication, honesty, innovation and respect
A progressive work environment that promotes a work/life balance and strives to be a great place for great people to do great things
A defined benefit pension plan
Comprehensive health plan complemented with life and disability insurance


HOW TO APPLY



To explore this opportunity please apply via email by July 15th, 2022 or sooner to [email protected] quoting project TO-MITS.



To speak to one of our Executive Recruiters please contact Jon Stungevicius at 416-214-9299 x1, [email protected] or Amy Oliveira at 416-214-9299 x4, [email protected]




The Town of Oakville and Waterhouse Executive Search are committed to an inclusive, barrier-free selection process. If contacted regarding this competition, please advise the interview coordinator of accommodation measures you may require during our selection process. Information received relating to accommodation needs of applicants will be addressed confidentially.




The Town of Oakville and Waterhouse Executive Search hires on the basis of merit and is committed to employment equity. In support of a diverse and inclusive professional work environment, we welcome applications from all qualified candidates, and specifically those from under represented communities.




We thank all applicants for their interest and wish to advise that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.


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