A global technology advisory firm looking to strengthen its FS Cyber Risk senior leadership team in the UK & Ireland. This is an opportunity to work on the cutting edge of digitally led technology transformation at a time when cyber and technology risks are at the fore of the FS threat matrix. Delivering value to clients, with the support of one the world’s leading security and technology organisations, this advisory practice enables clients understand the challenges they face and then plan and execute projects to bolster their security.
The role calls for experienced advisory professionals from a diverse range of backgrounds including cyber security, technology risk, compliance, digital transformation and governance. Must have large scale IT Transformation experience. Security operations out-sourcing or set-up desired.
The practice offers a fast-paced environment that is driven by innovation and offers a challenging and thrilling experience in return. Successful candidates will be able to apply a consultative approach to client issues address client security challenges through a combination of own experience, in-house assets, research and market solutions.
Remote working (WFH) for the foreseeable future, projects are across the UK – with a weighting to London and the South East – so a willingness to travel is essential. All employees of the firm have access to the company’s flexible working policy. Any flexibility is subject to prior management approval, in line with business requirements.
Responsibilities and accountabilities
Building, developing, and managing a team that enjoys delivering timely solutions to clients’ FS Risk quandaries
Building, managing, and fostering client relationships. Become a long-term, trusted advisor for cyber risk matters
Leading largescale IT transformation Projects
Resource management, financial & project planning of large programs
Collaborative team leadership, both remotely and on location, delegation, personnel management
Leading contract negotiations and financial management to drive best-in-class solutions for both the client and company at all times
Mentoring junior colleagues and assisting in professional development across the wider risk practice
Drive continuous improvement of existing products and contracts through innovation and application of best practice
Ownership of wider contextual impact of contract on client/company business environment
Lead collaboration on cross-functional solutions from within other parts of the business
Desired technical and professional expertise
Demonstrated expertise in or with Financial Services clients
Focus on industry specific best practice, threat and regulatory knowledge
Extensive advisory experience focused around one (or more) of the following: technology or operational risk, risk assessments, security operations transformation, compliance, audit, security and strategy, Identity and access management, GDPR
Minimum qualifications: ISO27001, SOC (1/2)
One or more of the following: CISA, CISM, CISSP, GIAC, CEH
Proven team leadership record
Strong track record of business development and driving billables
Strong written, oral, presentation skills
Computer Science, Mathematics or STEM background – minimum BSc
Competitive compensation package equal to or better than Top4 peers
In-house professional development
Full range of additional benefits
Rutherford recognises that discrimination and victimisation is unacceptable and that it is in the interests of the Company and its employees to utilise the skills of the total workforce. It is the aim of the Company to ensure that no job applicant receives less favourable facilities or treatment (either directly or indirectly) in recruitment or employment on grounds of age, disability, gender/gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation (the protected characteristics). Our aim is that candidates will be truly representative of all sections of society and each candidate feels respected and able to give of their best. All candidates, whether part-time, full-time or temporary, will be treated fairly and with respect. Selection of candidates will be based on aptitude and ability.
Octavian Donnelly is a Change & Transformation consultant for Rutherford, specialising in roles within the technology and cyber risk space in both financial and professional services.
* Due to the high volume of applications, if you haven’t heard back from the Rutherford team within 5 business days, unfortunately your application has been unsuccessful. If your profile matches any of our other opportunities, one of our consultants will be in touch.
We are currently looking for regionally-located cyber professionals from the following areas who would be interested in working for nationwide firms on an interim WFH remote basis:
Kent, East Sussex, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Wiltshire, Surrey or Hampshire. We are also interested in hearing from candidates in Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham, Oxford, Winchester and Salisbury.