Cyber Security Assistant manager

Employer
Location
Edinburgh
Salary
£45,000
Posted
Nov 09, 2017
Closes
Nov 18, 2017
Ref
959509185
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Type
Developer
Our Client is seeking a Cyber Security Assistant Manager to manage client cyber security assignments effectively and to a high standard in line with budgets and client deadlines. You will be responsible for your own workload and that of more junior members of the team, where appropriate. You will be required to support the development of the client's cyber security team including business development, networking opportunities and growing the brand. Key Responsibilities - Ensure that all cyber security work carried out complies with the client's standards and procedures, and that the work is within budget and to the expected timeframes - Ensure a high level of quality in all work produced (including the review of the work of others in the team) - Ensure that responsibility is taken for your own work and ensure that files are completed to the standard expected by managers - Ensure effective time management and prioritisation of workload - Ensure that issues are highlighted to the job manager/partner and client manager (where appropriate) as quickly as possible, as well as providing regular progress updates to both manager and client on work - Prepare accurate, timely and detailed reports for individual assignments - Develop and maintain positive client relationships using effective, appropriate and timely communication methods - Develop a communication plan for each client to take initiative for contacting client before / after audit to enhance / build relationships (agree with client manager) - Lead closeout meetings - Be actively involved in tendering opportunities through research / drafting sections of tenders / assisting with presentations - Consider opportunities for drafting articles / thought pieces for e-bulletins / publications - Seek opportunities to present at relevant events that would develop the team's profile - Brief employees on work required and check their understanding before allowing them to proceed, to delegate effectively and supervise work appropriately - Provide constructive feedback to employees via the client's appraisal process (ROAD) and other ongoing appraisal processes as required - Provide coaching, support and on-the-job training to team members - Encourage junior members of the team to take responsibility for their own work - Seek opportunities to be involved in non-chargeable activity which will contribute to the development of the team e.g. training. - Support the development of trainees in gaining expertise on cyber security Key Skills - Security and information risk advisor for the Scottish Government - Information security analyst experience - ISACA members - CISSP qualified - Cyber security consultant This position can be based in either Edinburgh or Glasgow.