Technology has always been at the heart of what we do and deliver at EY. We need technology to keep an organization the size of ours working efficiently. We have more than 300,000 people in more than 140 countries, all of whom rely on secure technology to be able to do their job every single day. Everything from the laptops we use, to the ability to work remotely on our mobile devices and connecting our people and our clients, to enabling hundreds of internal tools and external solutions delivered to our clients. Technology solutions are integrated in the client services we deliver and is key to us being more innovative as an organization.
EY Technology supports our technology needs through three business units:
Client Technology (CT) – focuses on developing new technology services for our clients. It enables EY to identify new technology-based opportunities faster and pursue those opportunities more rapidly.
Enterprise Workplace Technology (ET) – ET supports our Core Business Services functions and will deliver fit-for-purpose technology infrastructure at the cheapest possible cost for quality services. ET will also support our internal technology needs by focusing on a better user experience.
Information Security (Info Sec) – Info Sec prevents, detects, responds and mitigates cyber-risk, protecting EY and client data, and our information management systems.
The consulting Manager or Senior Manager for Information Security Architecture will play a crucial role in setting the strategy and direction for security technology. The security domains in scope include endpoint protection, data protection, network security, vulnerability management, cloud security, and cyber security controls.
A wide scope of information security knowledge is necessary with an understanding of not just the technology, but how security solutions fit and should be adopted by a global firm such as EY. Being able to articulate a business case as well as being able to present information to senior executives on the functional capabilities and implications of any security technology is required.
The role will lead the security domain architecture team in the creation and enablement of security strategy for the firm and aligns to the direction of the Global Lead of Security Technology Services. The role will support ideation to implementation ensuring technologies are delivered aligned to strategic direction. The successful leader will be an evangelist able to educate and inspire direct reports, senior leaders, and colleagues. The role will be based in our Jordan Resource Hub in Amman but will require extensive client and project related travel to our GCC and other MENA office locations (at least 50-80%).
Your Key Responsibilities
This is a Manager or Senior Manager position for the Security Domain Architecture function supporting services lines and IT. Key responsibilities of this position include: Leading, driving and managing a team of security professionals focused on creating and providing consulting throughout the technology life-cycle, thought leadership development, aligning information security to business requirements, and interacting and shaping messages for executive leadership.
Key relationships include:
Skills And Attributes For Success
The position requires knowledge and skills in the following areas:
Ideally, you’ll also have
What We Look For
What We Offer
We offer a competitive compensation package where you’ll be rewarded based on performance and recognized for the value you bring to our business. Plus, we offer:
If you can demonstrate that you meet the criteria above, please contact us as soon as possible.
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