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Cyber Security Manager - Government & Public Sector

  • Location:

    London

  • Sector:

    Technology

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £60000 - £70000 per annum + car, pension, bonus, flexible

  • Contact:

    Damian Shaw

  • Contact email:

    Damian.Shaw@oliverjames.com

  • Job ref:

    JOB-092022-181135_1663835305

  • Published:

    7 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2022-10-22

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

Oliver James are supporting their client on hiring Information & Cyber Security Manager candidates with a specific focus on UK Government & Public Sector. The role can be based UK-wide, with remote / flexible working, paying a basic salary between £60,000 - £70,000 plus car, flexible choice, bonuses and extras etc.

Oliver James are supporting their client on hiring Information & Cyber Security Manager candidates with a specific focus on UK Government & Public Sector. The role can be based UK-wide, with remote / flexible working, paying a basic salary between £60,000 - £70,000 plus car, flexible choice, bonuses and extras etc.

Our client's cyber security advisory team helps clients to understand their cyber risks and define and execute a strategy which enables the business to deliver its objectives within their desired risk envelope.

They support client leadership teams to define their risk appetite and a proportionate target state of cyber capability and maturity to deliver it; we define operating and governance models to make cyber security a sustainable capability which responds to evolving business priorities; we deliver complex multi-year transformation programmes both uplifting clients' cyber security capability, and baking cyber security in to other transformation agendas.

Typical Government & Public Sector areas include:

  • Government and Public Services
  • Central Government
  • Local Government
  • Defence & Security
  • Public Sector Transport

Responsibilities

Client service

  • Managing and delivering cyber security and cyber risk assignments, including producing documentation and reports, and quality assuring the work produced by junior team members.
  • Providing stakeholders with trusted advice, rooted in a pragmatic understanding of their business situation and objectives, to help them navigate complex, risk-driven cyber decisions.
  • Building client relationships and establishing credibility by demonstrating knowledge of various aspects of cyber security.

Skills & Experience

  • Excellent communication skills - both oral (for interviews/meetings, presentations) and written (for designing and writing engaging reports which communicate recommendations and actions succinctly and clearly convey the message in a way which is appropriate for the audience.
  • A keen eye for detail and strong focus on encouraging quality work by all team members, and a constructive approach to developing and mentoring colleagues with those goals in mind.
  • Experience helping clients effect substantial and complex business change, and experience of assuring or enabling change at scale is desirable.
  • Broad range of cyber and information security skills, knowledge and experience, perhaps underpinned by a deeper SME in a particular cyber specialism.
  • We welcome applications from candidates who have spent time working "in-house" in a relevant organisation, but it is likely that you will have gained at least some of your experience working in a business-oriented consulting environment.

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