Information Risk manager - Non-Financial Risk
This is where you will work.
As Information Risk Manager, you identify risks and advise on IT security. From your area of expertise, you help the DevOps organization to understand the risks involved in new developments and provide support in accounting to the regulators. In doing so, you will work with many different people: such as IT colleagues in the Security team, the Data Protection Officer and Compliance colleagues.
In this job you will be responsible for:
- Giving direction to the formulation of policy around Information Risk Management and you support the organization in its implementation.
- Advising the 1st line on new IT facilities and on big and important changes to the IT infrastructure.
- Assessing IT controls (ITGCs) on design and effectiveness and advise the 1st line on risk acceptances.
- Promoting awareness around IT risks and accountability among employees and the MT.
- Understanding customer interest and balance this with the risks.
This is you:
You have good communication skills. You are interested in all sides of a story and then decide what is needed to move forward within the framework of laws and regulations. You switch smoothly between colleagues and other stakeholders. You like it when the details are right but are also able to rise above the situation for a moment and see the whole picture.
- Do you have a bachelor's or master's degree and preferably have your CISM/CISSP certification in your pocket.
- 3 to 5 years of work experience with IT
(where you have created policy, set up processes and done stakeholder management)
- Have a positive energy, but you are also pragmatic and have well-developed analytical, critical, and solution-oriented thinking skills.
- Have a proactive, flexible, and eager to learn attitude to keep abreast of developments and trends in IT risk management.
- You express analyses and conclusions transparently, clearly, purposefully, and efficiently.
This is what you can expect.
- A custom-made salary package (depending on relevant knowledge and/or experience)
- A 13th month and holiday allowance
- A fulltime work week is based on 36 hours.
- 25+ holidays (exc. public holidays)
- A great pension schemes.
- Free public transport card (which you can use 7 days a week to travel through The Netherlands)