BC Public Service
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
You are a skilled security specialist seeking a challenging leadership opportunity
The Information Management Branch (IMB) provides information management and information technology (IM/IT) services to our clients at the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and B.C. citizens. With the support from our service providers, the IMB develops and maintains a number of web-based line-of-business applications including drivebc.ca.
The Director, Security and Privacy manages the design, development and implementation of a ministry-wide information security & privacy framework. This is a leadership role that encompasses maintaining familiarity with the ministry’s technological infrastructure, future security architectural directions for government, enterprise applications, internal/external interfaces and sector business requirements; evaluating requests for security systems changes and enhancements, determining business feasibility, cost-effectiveness, resource requirements and impact on current and future systems; and advising senior management staff and the Chief Information Officer regarding the security of existing and potential corporate or ministry computer systems.
Qualifications for this role include:
- University degree or post-secondary diploma in Computer Sciences, Information Systems or a related discipline and minimum 5 years of experience at a senior level managing and leading a team focused on IM/IT security; OR, an equivalent combination of education, training and 10 years of experience at a senior level managing and leading a team focussed on IM/IT security and privacy.
- 3 years’ experience leading an organizational unit and in developing and managing strategic and operational plans.
- 3 years’ experience in identifying, evaluating and managing risk from a business and technological standpoint.
- 3 years’ experience conducting security & privacy audits, security & privacy investigations, security and threat risk assessments (STRA) and privacy impact assessments (PIA).
Salary $86,000 – $112,000 annually
To learn more, including how to apply online by January 23, 2018 please visit:
Attention: only applications submitted through the BC Public Service’s employment website (see link above) will be accepted.