Cybersecurity and Privacy, Manager

Cybersecurity and Privacy, Manager Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Cybersecurity and Privacy, Manager to join our team.

Responsibilities:

  • Coach others and encourage them to take ownership of their development;
  • Act to resolve issues which prevent effective team working, even during times of change and uncertainty;
  • Address sub-standard work or work that does not meet firm’s/client’s expectations;
  • Use multiple sources of information including broader stakeholder views to develop solutions and recommendations;
  • Pursue opportunities to develop existing and new skills outside of your comfort zone;
  • Work with security vendors to understand their solution offerings and advise clients on appropriate technologies;
  • Uphold the firm’s code of ethics and business conduct;
  • Analyse complex ideas or proposals and build a range of meaningful recommendations;
  • Lead or assist in business development activities including sales, proposals, and building and maintaining sustainable client relationships;
  • Focus on building trusted relationships;
  • Manage a variety of viewpoints to build consensus and create positive outcomes for all parties;
  • Develop a perspective on key global trends, including globalisation, and how they impact the firm and our clients.

Requirements:

  • Manage a variety of viewpoints to build consensus and create positive outcomes for all parties;
  • Focus on building trusted relationships;
  • Develop a perspective on key global trends, including globalisation, and how they impact the firm and our clients;
  • Uphold the firm’s code of ethics and business conduct;
  • Analyse complex ideas or proposals and build a range of meaningful recommendations;
  • Pursue opportunities to develop existing and new skills outside of your comfort zone;
  • Address sub-standard work or work that does not meet firm’s/client’s expectations;
  • Use multiple sources of information including broader stakeholder views to develop solutions and recommendations;
  • Coach others and encourage them to take ownership of their development;
  • Act to resolve issues which prevent effective team working, even during times of change and uncertainty.