|Date Posted||November 14, 2018|
**Only U.S. Citizens and those authorized to work in the U.S. can be considered as W2 candidates.**
Position Title: Principal Analyst, Cyber Security & Risk
Location: Irving, Texas
"This direct hire position is to join a dynamic, industry-leading, integrated energy company headquartered in the Dallas area."
The Principal Analyst for Cyber Security & Risk will be responsible for implementing, supporting, and maintaining security tools and processes to protect the generation fleet. The Principal Analyst will address security and operational issues that effect the generation of electricity at high-value plants and map vulnerabilities and threats to applications and infrastructure associated with high-value generation assets. The Principal Analyst will also lead and perform risk assessments to quantify inherent risk, identify mitigating controls and provide residual risk values associated with those controls. The Analyst will need to effectively develop relationships with the plant staff, building trust and confidence, as well as, support the operational activities of the generation fleet to enable the safe, reliable, regulatory compliant and cost effective operation of the generation fleet.
• Provide support for the security tools protecting the generation fleet.
• Maintain the health of all security tools.
• Resolve problems that adversely affect the security or operations.
• Identify risks that could affect the security of the generation fleet.
• Support projects such that they are deployed within performance, cost, and schedule targets without disrupting power production.
• Support metrics processes that track the status of security and security tool effectiveness and health.
• Maintaining positive relationships with plant teams, vendors, governmental agencies, in order to promote cooperative working relationships.
• Support technology key controls and compliance with regulatory requirements (i.e. ERCOT, NERC-CIP, etc), and corporate technology management and internal audit requirements.
• Participate in a departmental culture that fosters accountability for results while promoting the use of diverse backgrounds and experiences.
• Bachelor’s degree or higher in business or technology related field.
• 10+ years’ experience in IT Security.
• Requires at the expert level in at least two of the following: NERC CIP, NIST CSF, NIST 800-53, NEI.
• Experience in industrial control environment is preferred.
• Demonstrated knowledge in administering Active Directory, Networks, Servers and Security Applications.
• Must have an understanding of Human Performance Improvement principles.
• Professional Certification is a plus: ISM, CISA or CISSP.
Rose International is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender (expression or identity), national origin, arrest and conviction records, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. Positions located in San Francisco and Los Angeles, California will be administered in accordance with their respective Fair Chance Ordinances.
Rose International has an official agreement (ID #132522), effective June 30, 2008, with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Employment Verification Program (E-Verify). (Posting required by OCGA 13/10-91.)