The Security Engineer utilizes business knowledge and solid technical experience of security to provide a secure information environment for the business. The Systems Engineer works in one of the following areas : Network Security , Endpoint Security, Identity & Access Management , Governance , Risk & Compliance , Internal Threat Operations , Security Operations and Resilience
MAJOR TASKS, RESPONSIBILITES AND KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES
NATURE AND SCOPE
- 10% - Planning & Analysis:Uses critical thinking to approach problems and create solutions Collaborates with senior leaders on assignments
- 30% - Delivery & Execution: Performs configuration, debugging, and support for infrastructure, network, database, and security solutions Documents, reviews and ensures that all quality and change control standards are met Performs field and corporate roll-outs of technology Executes basic project planning and reporting Stands up the necessary system software, hardware, and equipment (physical or virtual) to meet changing infrastructure needs
- 50% - Support & Enablement: Collaborates with product and project teams to understand needs and enable them with infrastructure Leverages tooling and custom applications to monitor the operational status of applications, infrastructure, networks, databases, and security; optimizes and tunes performance as appropriate Performs root cause analysis, debugging, support, and post-mortem analysis for security incidents and service interruptions Maintains, upgrades, and supports existing systems and infrastructure to ensure operational stability Opens and manages vendor problem tickets to resolution Produces in-house documentation around solutions Monitors tools and proactively helps teams struggling with systems issuesProvides application support for software running in production Supports the creation of scripts and tools that that drive automation and enable product teams and end users to move towards self service
- 10% - Learning: Keeps abreast of innovations and industry trends as well as changes to internal systems and determines how they impact tools, training, and support necessary to keep systems up, running, and secure Participates in and contributes to learning activities around modern systems engineering core practices (communities of practice) Proactively views articles, tutorials, and videos to learn about new technologies and best practices being used within other technology organizations
Typically reports to the Systems Engineer Manager or Sr. Manager.
ENVIRONMENTAL JOB REQUIREMENTS
Located in a comfortable indoor area. Any unpleasant conditions would be infrequent and not objectionable.Travel:
Typically requires overnight travel less than 10% of the time.
Must be eighteen years of age or older.
Must be legally permitted to work in the United States.Education Required:
The knowledge, skills and abilities typically acquired through the completion of a high school diplomas and/or GED.
Years of Relevant Work Experience:
0 yearsPhysical Requirements:
Most of the time is spent sitting in a comfortable position and there is frequent opportunity to move about. On rare occasions there may be a need to move or lift light articles.Preferred Qualifications:
- 0-1 years of relevant work experience
- Professional or educational experience as an Security Engineer, exposure to and interest in growing in the other systems engineering disciplines
- Interest in working as part of a collaborative, cross-functional, modern engineering team
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Competencies:
- Collaborates: Building partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives
- Communicates Effectively: Developing and delivering multi-mode communications that convey a clear understanding of the unique needs of different audiences
- Cultivates Innovation: Creating new and better ways for the organization to be successful
- Drives Results: Consistently achieving results, even under tough circumstances
- Global Perspective: Taking a broad view when approaching issues; using a global lens
- Interpersonal Savvy: Relating openly and comfortably with diverse groups of people
- Manages Ambiguity: Operating effectively, even when things are not certain or the way forward is not clear
- Nimble Learning: Actively learning through experimentation when tackling new problems, using both successes and failures as learning fodder
- Self-Development: Actively seeing new ways to grow and be challenged using both formal and informal development channels
- Situational Adaptability: Adapting approach and demeanor in real time to match the shifting demands of different situations