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Operational security officer

Operational security officer

Position
Non academic staff (supporting staff)
Service(s)
Information Management & Services
FTE
1,0
Date off
31/03/2020
Reference number
V21.4329

Job description

Are you a Security professional who wants to rise above yourself, in your profession and as a person? Do you want to be challenged every day? At the TU/e, scientists and students continuously create the unthinkable. The strength of the IT landscape is their key to success and, hence, so are you. These creative minds expect you to offer them a solution for tomorrow that doesn’t exist today. Together we are building the high performance backbone that this epicenter of science and technology demands. We would like to get in touch with you!

Information security is a high-priority topic. Our research (and other) data is as open as possible and protected where it needs to be confidential. Where the accountability lies with the management of the university, and each individual (student or staff) has their own role. Our Operational Security Team (OST) has advisory, mitigating and auditing responsibilities. This team translates, our security guidelines to tactical and operational activities but is also responsible for analyses and emergency response. Are you driven by taking ownership and do you have an entrepreneurial mindset? Read on!

The operational security officer we are looking for is able to apply information security in all ICT domains, for example applications (including cloud-based applications), management systems, databases, networks, servers, websites, etc. Our new colleague is therefore a generic, but senior,specialist in the area of information security (people, process & technology) rather than within one specific domain.

Job requirements

  • You identify threats in good time and anticipating and contributing to the mitigation or prevention of threats and therefore make the ICT department more security aware;
  • Drawing up and enforce, security recommendations/measures and policy with reference to technical security and helping to make the choices this policy dictates when it comes to implementation;
  • Drawing up the security section in the Project Start Architectures;
  • Formulating and maintaining security processes and procedures and compile security reports for management;
  • Penetration testing and vulnerability scanning;
  • Ability to adapt to new technologies, in the field of security and pass on this knowledge;
  • Excellent analytical skills and someone who thrives in a research environment;
  • Minimum education requirement is a Bachelor degree and familiar with ISO27001, Prince2 and AVG/GDPR/CloudAct;
  • You are CISM, CISSP or SSCP certified;
  • You are a team player, who likes to collaborate with colleagues;
  • Ethical hacker experience is considered an advantage.

Conditions of employment

  • Working at an inspiring campus where we work for the benefit of humanity and where you have plenty of room for personal development and growth;
  • The salary is in accordance with the Collective Labor Agreement of the Dutch Universities and depending on education and work experience,
  • An attractive package of fringe benefits, including excellent work facilities, extra holiday allowance 8% in May, end-of-year bonus of 8.3% in December and 41 holidays per year.

Information and application

For more information about this vacancy, please contact: Elly van den Eertwegh; e.a.m.v.d.eertwegh[a]tue.nl or +31 639186476.

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply using the ‘apply now’-button.

The selection of applicants and the job interviews will start immediately until we find enough suitable candidates.

Acquisition as a result of this advertisement is not appreciated.