Infrastructure Control Analyst

Permanent @Garniche Jobs UK in IT
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  • Post Date : January 13, 2023
  • Apply Before : March 5, 2023
  • Salary: $4,200,052,500.00 - $52,500.00
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  • Job ID 307246

Job Description

Infrastructure Control Analyst – London – Hybrid – Up to £52,500K + Excellent benefits & Bonus

An exciting opportunity has arisen with a leading investment bank for an Infrastructure Control Analyst to support all Infrastructure pillars in managing all IT Audit and Risk Control activities.

Role & Responsibilities:
• Responsible for culturing and maintaining effective relationship between Infrastructure & IT Risk, 2LOD and 3LOD teams
• Responsible for co-ordination of all Infrastructure engagement with internal audit, from the announcement of the audit through to audit issue announcements. Responsible for tracking the remediation of existing audit issues under Infrastructure ownership
• Responsible for co-ordination of all Infrastructure engagement with external audit. Engage with IT Risk and external audit entities where applicable
• Responsible for managing IT Infrastructure self-identified risk issues, supporting and underpinning the wider IT Risk Management Process
• Responsible for collation and distribution of Infrastructure related KPI's and KRI's. Act as the first point of contact for all queries relating to these metrics.
• Responsible for Infrastructure input into management of compliance to policies, standards and procedures
• Responsible for building strong relationships across the Bank and Securities with other Bank and Securities functions and business areas, underpinned by trust and the core values of the bank.

Essential Skills & Experience:
• Strong experience of working in or alongside a control function within a regulated environment, with an understanding of how these functions interact with IT Infrastructure
• Strong experience of working with internal and external audit, including managing the flow of information between Infrastructure and audit bodies, managing the collection of information and managing the submission of evidence to close out existing audit issues
• Strong experience managing self-identified IT Risk & Control issues, registering issues and managing the lifecycle through to remediation
• Strong experience in producing risk related metrics around Key Risk Indicators and Key Performance Indicators
• Strong experience supporting departmental risk and control self-assessments
• Firm understanding on the importance of IT Infrastructure, including various key technologies (Database, networks, servers storage), and how Infrastructure supports applications and interacts with Information Security principles
• Excellent knowledge of data security governance and regulations such as SOX, GDPR and FFIEC

• Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office; creating documentation, managing spreadsheets and creating reporting presentation
• Good working knowledge of Service Now
• Good working knowledge of Information Security principles
• Good working knowledge of Information Security relating tooling such as Qualys, QRadar, Splunk & Cyberark
• Good working knowledge of SharePoint, JIRA and Confluence
• Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) or other relevant qualifications beneficial

•£52,500k basic salary
• Annual bonus (10-15%)
• Excellent pension scheme
• 12.5% of salary flexible benefits – pension / training / private medical/ etc.
• + other extensive banking benefits