Certified IRAP Assessors

Posted 12 February 2024
SalaryWeekly Pay + WFH+ Parking
Job type Contract
DisciplineIT General

Job description

Our Federal Government Client is seeking a certified IRAP Assessor to join their team. This is a 12 month contract with 2x12 months extensions. This role is open for Canberra, Victoria and South Australia candidates.

  • 12 months contract with 2x12 months extensions.
  • Hybrid working arrangement ( 3 days from the office and 2 days WFH).
  • Open for Australian Citizens only with an active NV1 Security Clearance.

To be successful in this role you must:

  • Identify, test, and assess applicable security controls in line with the Australian Government PSPF, ISM and Agency policies and guidelines.
  • Analyse and document security risk and recommend treatments and modifications to security practices and procedures using expertise and technical knowledge.
  • Contribute to the system authorisation program of work, system projects and programs, by developing or reviewing security artefacts, including Threat and Risk Assessments and System Security Plans.
  • Manage, develop and support complex relationships with stakeholders to achieve work area goals.
  • Manage and maintain the agreed service levels.
  • Assist with the development and implementation of security policies, procedures, projects, and strategies.
  • Continuously work to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the cyber security service.
  • Educate and inform Agency staff to promote understanding and ensure adherence to security policy and processes

To be considered for this role you must:

  1. Be an Australian Citizen and hold an active NV1 Security Clearance.
  2. Must be a Certified Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) IRAP Assessor.
  3. Extensive demonstrated experience with risk and information security frameworks, policies and standards, including the Federal Government PSPF and ISM, and international standards (ISO 27001/2).
  4. Demonstrated working experience in security threat and risk assessment and development of security authorisation artefacts.
  5. Demonstrated security experience within complex ICT environments.
  6. Strong stakeholder management skills, and the ability to communicate security concepts to non-technical audiences both verbally and in writing.
  7. Demonstrated experience in Federal Government.
  8. Understanding of global Cyber Security trends, attack vectors and techniques.
  9. Relevant tertiary or other relevant qualifications

To be considered for the role click the 'apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Irina Alrogi on +61 (0)2 6151 9203 or email: [email protected] and quote the above job reference number.

Paxus values diversity and welcomes applications from Indigenous Australians, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people living with a disability. If you require an adjustment to the recruitment process please contact me on the above contact details.