Senior Cyber Security Consultant - Operational Technology
The role is open for candidates across the UK, including Scotland, Wales and the South East/London - hybrid and flexible working. Scottish sites include Glasgow, Aberdeen & Edinburgh.
Salary range - £50,000-£67,000 benefits
SC clearance required
Our client is a leading design and engineering consultancy with a large global presence who have over 100 years of expertise. They are primarily involved in the Aerospace and Defence sectors.The successful candidate will have relevant experience implementing Cyber Security in an Operational Technology (OT) environment such as energy, utilities or transportation. Your engagements will be consulting-led, focused on understanding our customers' business, building trust, winning work and providing Cyber Security expertise across the spectrum of people, process and technology, covering strategic and advisory through to secure solution design. To be successful in this role you need to have the ability to work on multiple projects and with many stakeholders concurrently.Your purpose:
Provide advice and guidance for Critical National Infrastructure clients.
Be able to apply knowledge, with creative and innovative thinking, in a broad range of complex and non-routine contexts covering people, process and technology relating to the cyber risk management of OT/ICS.
Identify and establish good security governance to meet client business requirements.
Facilitate Cyber Security risk assessments and determine the most cost-effective deployment of security controls and solutions in line with the client's business risk appetite to protect OT/ICS environments.
Create client policies and procedures to meet corporate and regulatory requirements and standards, taking into account normal working practices in OT/ICS environments.
Select appropriate technology to meet clients' security requirements and help them deploy that technology in live environments.
Technically lead multi-disciplinary teams on client engagements.
Build successful working relationships with team members, key clients and stakeholders that improves the value of the Cyber Security services being performed.
What you can bring?
Experience of delivering technical Cyber Security consultancy in OT/ICS environments within relevant CNI sectors such as civil nuclear, energy, transport and water.
Experience of conducting engagements on live industrial plants including site surveys, risk assessments and the deployment of appropriate security controls.
An excellent communicator, verbal and written.
Ability to articulate and pitch Cyber Security advice both at a technical and non-technical level, directly to client stakeholders.
Ability to work on multiple projects and tasks, successfully balancing business and client priorities and delivering security outcomes to tight deadlines whilst managing client expectations.
Ability to work effectively both individually and leading a team in a multi-discipline environment and in a matrix organisation.
Deep understanding of the way that OT/ICS systems are procured, designed, deployed and operated, including best practice around the way that cyber security is factored into these processes.
Familiarity with one or more OT cyber security standards or regulatory frameworks such as IEC/ISA 62443, NIST CSF, NCSC CAF, the Network and Information Systems (NIS) Regulations and HSE OG-0086.
GICSP, IEC/ISA 62443 or other cyber security qualifications with strong relevance to OT cyber would be an advantage.
Flexibility over travel throughout the UK and potentially internationally
Morgan Hunt is a multi-award-winning recruitment business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities employer. Job suitability is assessed on merit in accordance with the individual's skills, qualifications and abilities to perform the relevant duties required in a particular role.