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Senior Manager

Apply now Job no: 494340
Work type: Full time
Location: Perth
Categories: Risk Advisory Services

OUR VALUE PROPOSITION

At RSM, our purpose is to instil confidence in a world of change for both our clients and our people.

RSM Australia supports a people-centric and collaborative culture where we are committed to empowering and developing you. As a leading professional services firm, we connect you to an extensive network of global resources and invest in your future. We value the meaningful work that you do and encourage you to be a part of the change.

Our value proposition is our commitment to you; it highlights the experiences, benefits, and value that you can expect as part of RSM. This is underpinned by our three values – integrity in everything that we do, supporting clients everywhere, and developing and valuing everyone.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide client management with guidance on IT / Cyber security risk management, particularly on application, database, operating system, and network infrastructure security. Help identify improvement opportunities for clients and write/QA reports for clients with recommendations for identified findings.
  • Perform IT / Cyber / technology risk assessments, manage technical security related reviews, assess the effectiveness of processes/controls and risks related to third party organisations.
  • Manage completion of each assignment, being accountable for high-quality standards, delivery within budget and on or before deadlines, while managing the progress of other assignments.
  • Management of various engagements and co-ordination of the S&P team including training, mentoring and relevant methodology compliance.
  • Writes high quality client deliverables in conjunction with the partner; including reports; management letters and other correspondence; that provide practical and commercial business advice.
  • Performs Quality Assurance and technical reviews of S&P work.
  • Identifies potential technical issues and documenting issue and proposed solution for partner attention coordination and relationship management with other divisions.
  • Understands all relevant independence rules and their applicability to the S&P team and the Firm.
  • Keep on top of key industry factors.
  • Maintain strong budgetary discipline ensuring there are no major over runs. Ability to plan effective and realistic budgets.
  • Together with partner negotiates fees and demonstrates commercial responsibility for profitability of each client.
  • Monitors the team’s staffing requirements and future resource planning issues.
  • Work with and influence clients at senior levels in different business environments.
  • Identifies client business needs and assists partner in developing a tailored solutions.
  • Assists partners and managers in business development and marketing activities, including the drafting of proposal and quote documentation and identification of opportunities.
  • Contributes to internal management of division, including consideration and involvement in strategic, leadership and staffing matters.

 

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

Essential

  • Successful Criminal Record Screening Clearance.
  • Relevant tertiary degree and/or qualification is essential.
  • Relevant professional certification/qualification is essential, e.g., Certified Information Systems Security Professionals® (CISSP®); Certified Information Systems Auditor® (CISA®); Certified Information Security Manager® (CISM®); Certified in Risk and Information Systems Controls® (CRISC®); etc.

 

DEMONSTRATED EXPERIENCE & ATTRIBUTES:

 

Essential

  • Minimum 6 years’ Professional Services experience in Cyber / IT technical delivery, IT audit, internal controls, or risk management.
  • Experience performing and managing security risk assessments, testing or auditing of cybersecurity or information security standards or governance frameworks (e.g., one or more of COBIT, NIST Cyber Security Framework, ASD Top 35 and Essential Eight, PCI DSS, CIS Critical Security Controls Top 20, PSPF, Australian Government Information Security Manual, VPDSS, ISO/IEC 27001, Cloud Security Alliance Guidance, Australian Privacy Principles, GDPR).
  • Experience overseeing engagements where teams are completing various technical testing assessments and be able to translate technical findings and articulate recommendations for non-technical client staff.
  • Knowledge of IT processes, project management, applications, databases, operating systems and network infrastructure to apply better practice guidance and identify opportunities for improvement.
  • Outstanding interpersonal and communications skills, able to communicate effectively in verbal and written format with technical and non-technical audiences.
  • Strong analytical and written communication skills.
  • Ability to develop effective solutions and enhancements in an innovative manner.
  • Experience managing a client portfolio, able to provide first class service in response to client demands.
  • Strong attention to detail and prioritising skills, able to produce high quality work autonomously and as part of a team.
  • Experience managing a team effectively; including performance management
  • Business Development exposure

 

Desirable

  • Demonstrated knowledge in data analytics audit techniques using relevant data analytical tools.

 

How To Apply

To apply, please click on the Apply Now button, complete our online application form and upload your CV and cover letter.

Salary Guide: $155,000 - $165,000 inclusive of superannuation 

Advertised: W. Australia Standard Time
Applications close: W. Australia Standard Time

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