Skills: Security policy development Required 1 Years Security+ Required 1 Years CISSP, CISA, CISM Highly desired 1 Years Management experience Required 3 Years Telecommunications (CISCO) experience Highly desired 3 Years Networking experience Required 3 Years Knowledgeable of security controls (CSF, NIST) Required 3 Years Threat hunting Highly desired 1 Years Intrusion detection, Firewall experience Required 3 Years O365 administration Required 3 Years Vulnerability management Required 3 Years Bachelors Degree Required 1 Years Knowledgeable of PCI, HIPAA, PII Required 3 Years Knowledgeable of risk management Required 3 Years
THIS IS A TEMP TO PERM POSITION. After the initial contract engagement the manager would like to hire the contractor full time. The salary for the full time position is around $100,000 per year. GTCC is not able to offer sponsorship for the full time role. Only candidates available to work full time without sponsorship will be considered for this position.
The Information Security Manager develops implements and monitors the college-wide IT security program supporting use of the technology infrastructure including security practices, standards and programs. S/he assists the Director of Infrastructure and Operations in the supervision and management of the Systems Administrators. The Information Security Manager will develop implement, maintain and evaluate security policies, practices, standards and procedures. S/he will maintain the written information security manual and related documents for the college. S/he coordinates effective security awareness programs to educate college users on the acceptable use policies, security policies, and best practices. S/he conducts routine audits of security policies and tests security systems and disaster recovery solutions. S/he reviews current performance indicators to assist in the management of ITS projects, tasks and staff to maximize resource utilizations and minimize security risks. S/he provides recommendations on technology requirements and security strategies for the college. The Information Security Manager assists in creating procedures for IT activities in the department and ensures these procedures are followed to create stability within the department and the college.
The Information Security Manager is responsible for developing and managing Information Systems cyber security, including disaster recovery, database protection and software development. S/he manages IS security analysts to ensure that all applications are functional and secure. S/he develops and delivers IS security standards, best practices, architecture and systems to ensure information system security across the enterprise. S/he implements procedures and methods for auditing and addressing non-compliance to information security standards. S/he migrates non-compliant environments to compliant environments and evaluates the organization to ensure compliance with standards and relevance with industry security norms. RTR-661351 AE-661351