The Department for Education (DfE) is on a hunt for a arch information confidence officer (CISO) who will work within a department’s digital, information and record (DDaT) team.
DfE is charity a income of around £105,000 for a right claimant to work during house turn and yield a department’s supervision cabinet with recommendation and support on cyber confidence matters.
The DDaT group is about to embark on a multi-year mutation programme, that will concentration a organization around a needs of a users; students, parents, teachers and educational establishments.
The changes will be both informative and technological, and are formed around 4 core values: a user-centric focus; evidence-based decisions; staff empowered to make decisions; and a pierce divided from fragmented services, platforms and teams to a one-team proceed enabling a smoothness of services from start to end.
“This is an event to play a vicious purpose in a large-scale programme of change that will radically urge how a polite use works and how supervision interacts with citizens,” the pursuit advert states.
“We are looking for possibilities who can request their ‘on a ground’ knowledge of pushing a mutation of organisations, not those who will say a standing quo. Your charge will be guided by some elemental principles; putting a needs of users first, focusing on smoothness and outcomes over process, and creation a many of honesty – open standards, open source, open information and open markets.”
The comparison applicant will have to rise craving strategy, proceed and processes to revoke information confidence risks and capacitate services to a zone to be delivered effectively. As a department’s process owners for cyber risk in a sector, a CISO will have to settle suitable standards, controls and policies to strengthen a department’s information resources and technologies.
The CISO will news to a DfE’s arch record officer, Helen Walker, and be a member of a DDaT comparison care team.
In new years, a DfE has been investing in its DDaT team. In Feb 2016, a dialect poached Mark O’Neill from a Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) to turn arch digital officer, and after advertising for a arch information officer final year, DfE hired a emissary executive of a Office for National Statistics, Neil McIvor as CDO in October.
Applications for a CISO purpose tighten on 28 Feb 2018.
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