Raytheon Technologies Security Governance, Risk and Compliance Manager in Carole Park, Australia
Leading Defence Contractor committed to driving strategic growth
Fast paced dynamic work environment
Based in Brisbane (Carole Park)
An excellent opportunity is now available to be part of an innovative and exiting project establishing Electronic Warfare ranges in Australia to support the ADF working on radar, communications, command and control and network systems with domestic and international partners in close cooperation with the RAAF.
The successful candidate will apply cyber security risk, governance and compliance management methodologies to systems and networks to maintain MTTES security compliance. The successful candidate must have demonstrated experience in a similar security compliance role supporting in a defence or federal government context. This position will report directly to the MTTES IT Security Manager.
Develop, implement, and manage MTTES cyber security policy, process, procedures and manage security awareness programs to educate users of their requirements when utilising and maintaining MTTES systems
Support the overall risk management process for MTTES, including performing risk assessments as required and maintain and track a central repository of security issues and risks related to the project
Manage and review issue and risk registers and provide active support in the setting of management action plans and remediation timeframes
Manage executive and customer reporting on the current status of key system compliance obligations
Work with internal and external stakeholders to ensure that risk outcomes and regulatory security compliance obligations are met
Provide the leadership team and customer regular updates on current cyber security related issues and their progress through the generation and maintenance of dashboards
Manage the reporting of audit findings and status of remediation activities - ensure all audit findings are resolved in a timely and satisfactory manner
Skills, Experience and Qualifications
Demonstrated track record in a similar security compliance role supporting a defence or federal government organisation
Strong understanding of security frameworks such as ISO27001, NIST, ISM, PSPF & DSPF
Extensive knowledge of risk and control assessments, remediation activities and compliance reporting
Strong communication skills and the ability to engage with executive leadership team
Ability to obtain and maintain (as a minimum) an NV1 security clearance
Tertiary qualifications in the information technology or security field or relevant cyber security certifications (e.g. CISM, CISA, etc) is desirable
Successful candidates must be eligible to obtain and maintain a Negative Vetting Level 1 Security Clearance as needed. Eligibility can be found at http://www.defence.gov.au/agsva.
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