Are you passionate about solving complex problems, working with top technical tools and known for seeing things that others often overlook? This role allows you to excel at your core expertise while developing your career and working within a fast paced, growing and thriving work environment.
In this critical role, you will provide operational support for key IT security monitoring technologies and processes, execute and maintain security policies, conduct risk assessments, analyze security threats and provide awareness training. You will also provide administrative and technical advice to both internal users and external partners on a variety of information security issues and concerns and ensure information systems used by FNHA are compliant with FNHA information security policies and industry best practices.
University degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems (MIS), or a related discipline, plus significant, relevant and recent experience in Information Systems and technology in a medium to large-sized organization of a complex diverse nature (Significant usually defined as at least 5 years of experience and recent within the last 5-8 years, or an acceptable combination of education, training and experience.
Experience in an IT security/technical analytical position responsible for managing security infrastructure
Experience supporting an IT security governance and compliance program.
Experience interpreting event logs
Experience working with the following technologies:
LogRhythm Security Information Event Management (SIEM) solution;
Experience in public sector and/or health care environment is an asset
Familiar with industry standards and best practices
Knowledge of privacy in Information Technology is an asset
Internal Number: 559
About First Nations Health Authority
The First Nations Health Authority is a diverse and transformational health organization of professional, innovative and dedicated team members and leaders.
The first of its kind in Canada, FNHA works as a health-and-wellness partner with BC First Nations to support self-determination and decision-making to improve health outcomes.