As we evolve our technologies and services to support a modern, agile and productive public sector, the Cyber Security Business Analyst plays an important role in the future of Cenitex. Reporting to the Team Lead Architecture within the Infrastructure Services division, the role will see you working across multiple projects performing data gathering and requirements elicitation with a focus on asset discovery and capability modelling.
Cenitex - We're evolving!
Our vision is ‘to support a modern, agile and productive public sector'. Cenitex plays a significant role in creating the Victorian Government's direction for major systems, cyber-security, and government-wide technology capability uplift.
Cenitex continues its evolution to realign its structure with current and emerging ICT services and ensure we're best placed to deliver high quality results that meet our customers' requirements now and in the future. We don't want to just respond to our customers' continually expanding needs for new products and services, we want to be on the cutting edge of technology and bring the ideas to them before they even know they want them.
Day to day you'll be expected to:
Ensure relevant requirements, data and/or processes are gathered, analysed and validated.
Work with the various stakeholders to understand and document required outcomes.
Work with the various internal operational functions to understand their issues and assist with solution/s definition.
Conduct interviews and run workshops with key internal and external stakeholders.
Ensure all transitional requirements are captured, defined and documented.
Ensure accuracy of detailed requirements that business context input into the relevant customer and internal projects.
Review projects, actions and initiative scopes to ensure that defined requirements are covered
To be a success in this role you will have:
Specialist Expertise and Experience
Extensive experience working in data and requirements gathering, including asset discovery, and in business analysis, including capability models, in support of cybersecurity Projects/Programs within project management methodology in large and diverse organisations.
Experience in the use of government and industry security standards such as VPDSS, NIST, ISO 27001, ISM, PSPF and COBIT. Knowledge of the nature of cyber threats and protection strategies would also of advantage.
Research and Analytical Skills
Strong research and analytical skills, with proven ability to collate, assess and consider data/information/issues from different perspectives, present clear and meaningful information, and draw commercially sound recommendations.
Communication and Interpersonal Skills
Strong interpersonal and communication skills, including written, verbal and listening skills, with the ability to credibly communicate, and facilitate outcomes at all levels of an organisation.
Time Management and Organising
Strong time management and organisational skills, with the ability to manage and prioritise multiple tasks at the same time.
Dedication to customer service with demonstrated experience in leading and implementing initiatives that deliver improved customer experience.
Please include a cover letter and resume. Please note, applicants are NOT required to provide a separate document addressing the Key Selection Criteria. The successful interviewing applicants must provide their right to work in Australia. All successful final stage applicants are subject to a National Police Check. For further information please contact the Talent and Resourcing team via email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note, applications will not be accepted through this email.