Position title: Manager, Enterprise Security
Location: Regina, Saskatchewan
Closing date: Monday, March 18, 2013
Division: Information Technology
Language requirement: English
Leadership experience required
Using a co-ordinated and risk-based approach, you’ll lead the comprehensive program aimed at protecting FCC assets (information, physical and employee). You’ll lead a wide range of projects from start to finish, directing a team of architects, analysts and consultants. In addition to building partnerships with project managers and ensuring co-ordination of projects across FCC, you’ll lead the execution of strategies to define, enhance and monitor our enterprise security posture. You have a degree in computer science and at least six years of related security experience (or equivalent).
These competencies describe the required behaviours and expectations for the position:
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AgilityUnderstands the need to anticipate and respond actively to change and is prepared to suspend personal preferences to align with organizational direction. Has a clear sense of what is needed to instil agility in others, recognizing their own capacity.
Customer experienceNurtures customer, partner and/or co-worker relationships over time by seeking information about real underlying issues, and develops a basis for future interactions by building rapport and trust.
InitiativeCompletes analyses and sets priorities to meet and exceed highly challenging goals. Focuses on what is required today, as well as what will be needed in the future.
Learning and innovationDoes things that are new or leading-edge by making a systematic effort to apply what has been learned from diverse sources. Adapts style, mode and tone based on audience reactions and the issues being addressed.
Solution focusUses a variety of analytical and conceptual problem-solving approaches and perseveres to overcome obstacles. Maintains a focus on resolving problems, even in the face of uncertainty and resistance, based on a realistic assessment of all sides of a situation.
Teamwork and partnershipHas a genuine belief in teams and partnerships and continually and consistently communicates this to team members and partners in ways that generate excitement, enthusiasm and commitment to their mission.
Development and capability focusCreates learning and development opportunities for others and provides them with the strategies and the means to manage and direct their own development. Ensures that the right talent is in place to meet changing business objectives and address specific organizational challenges or strategic opportunities.
Effective communicationUses alternative or combined communication skills. Clarifies information and concepts in terms that are appropriate. Is conscious of the impact of what is being communicated. Can adapt communication and respond to others, searching for win-win solutions in situations that may be charged with dissent.
Impact and influenceUses comprehensive influence strategies and actions tailored to different groups. Uses initiative to develop sponsorship and support for ideas to ensure buy-in and ownership.
LeadershipEngages others by developing a common understanding of the organization’s future direction, and champions initiatives that align with organizational objectives. Effectively communicates a sense of drive and purpose to others.
Process improvementDevelops innovative processes or ideas within broad guidelines to generate solutions that enhance required results. Identifies and uses alternatives that are not obvious to others to improve processes.
Relationship buildingDevelops and nurtures contacts with individuals or groups in different parts of the organization or beyond the organization. Establishes broad-based relationships, networks or groups to facilitate opportunities to discuss and share information.