Must have Negative Vetting Level 1 (NV1) or above security clearance.
The successful candidate will be expected to commence in early-mid October
2023 pending recognition of their security clearance.
To fill the responsibilities of the role, the successful candidate will be expected to have a sound understanding of the Information Security Manual, ACSC Essential Eight Maturity Model, Protective Security Policy Framework and other relevant industry frameworks, and experience in systems, solutions or enterprise architecture roles. Whilst not mandatory, tertiary education and certifications in ICT security, assurance and architectural domains will be considered beneficial.
Skill: Enterprise and business architecture (STPL)
- Further develop and refine the department’s enterprise security architecture framework and services catalogue.
- Effectively engage with stakeholders on cyber security architecture activities, including the development and refinement of security architecture patterns.
- Provide expert risk, assurance and compliance advice to business areas to understand, identify and document key controls to ensure key risks and compliance obligations are adequately managed.
- Provide representation at technical committee and advisory board meetings, providing expert security architecture advice to facilitate the secure delivery of ICT services in support of the department’s international mission objectives.
- Develop and maintain effective working relationships with technical and non-technical stakeholder across the division, department and portfolio.
- Assist with the team’s management of competing priorities, delivering outcomes in line with the department’s cyber security strategy, ICT business plan, and departmental mission objectives.
- Demonstrated relevant skills, experience and qualifications to provide the services
- Availability to commence the services
- Competitiveness of hourly rate pricing
- valid Negative Vetting Level 1 (NV1) or above security clearance is required