Principal Cyber Crime and Intelligence Systems Lead at Government Communications Security Bureau, Wellington
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is a part of the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) and is the heart of Aotearoa New Zealand's cyber defence.
Cyber-crime threats, such as destructive ransomware, are increasingly impacting New Zealand's national security. To effectively protect New Zealand from this evolving threat, we need to partner across agencies. We are strengthening our leadership to remain ready to meet this shifting operating environment.
The Principal Cyber Crime and Intelligence Systems Lead, is responsible for leading the NCSC's engagement with New Zealand Police as a cyber-crime partner. You will drive successful delivery of shared NCSC and New Zealand Police outcomes, drawing on a detailed understanding of both agencies strategic and operational priorities, intelligence and business processes, as well as, New Zealand government's wider cyber security and intelligence systems.
To achieve this, you will create and champion delivery of the NCSC's cyber-crime strategy.
You will also support the ongoing maturity of NCSC's intelligence and assessment practices to create more impactful insights to meet the NCSC's customer's needs.
To be successful you will:
- Be experienced managing cross-agency relationships, building trust in inter-agency forums and engaging with diverse stakeholder sets;
- Have demonstrable experience developing system-level strategies and frameworks, as well as, operational workflow, policies and processes;
- Bring significant subject matter expertise and confidence advising on best practice intelligence and assessment practices;
- Understand New Zealand government's intelligence and cyber security systems and the cyber-crime threat to New Zealand; and
- Have strong engagement skills in domestic and international settings.
We want our people to succeed, whatever success looks like for them. Join us and we'll give you significant professional development opportunities aimed at taking your career in the direction you want it to go. You won't stand still with us as we're committed to ongoing learning and continuous improvement.
We're also committed to your wellbeing. We want our people to be the best they can be, both at work and at home. We offer our people comprehensive benefits, access to staff networking groups, flexible working and great work-life balance.
If you want to love coming to work each day, let us help you become Beyond Ordinary.
To be eligible for employment within the NZIC you must have been a NZ citizen for at least 10 years. Alternatively you must hold a current NZ Residency Class Visa and ideally have been a citizen of UK, USA, Canada or Australia for at least 10 years.
You must be able to obtain and maintain a Top Secret Special (TSS) security clearance. Ordinarily to obtain this level of clearance candidates must have a 15 year checkable background in countries where meaningful and reliable checks can be undertaken. Where requisite checks are unable to be made, the candidate application may not be able to be progressed.
Use this online tool to self-check your eligibility for a TSS security clearance. Please note that this tool is not part of the formal security clearance process: http://www.protectivesecurity.govt.nz/eligibility-tool
The NZIC treats all applications for employment in the strictest confidence and we ask that you maintain a similar level of confidentiality. You are expected to exercise discretion during the recruitment process and throughout your career.
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Employer:||Government Communications Security Bureau|
|Position type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
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|File links:||PCC-ISL PD [U] 2023 (A17050458).pdf|
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