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Security Auditor - London, Islington, EC1V 4AD

If you're an experienced Security Auditor looking to get back into the workplace, join our Corporate Projects team as part of our volunteer Professional Placement scheme, to deliver an exciting project involving the review of CRUK's information security. The Professional Placement scheme will allow you to refresh skills and test out your return to work all while helping to beat cancer sooner, making it particularly suitable for those returning to work after a break or after having children.

Why we need you
Our relentless drive towards beating cancer means that we are constantly striving to improve the way the charity works, and the Corporate Projects team manages a range of projects which contribute to this end.

We require someone with a history of experience working in information security auditing and of conducting site visits, who is looking to offer their expertise in this field while reacquainting themselves with the sector, or gaining exposure to the breadth of work carried out by CRUK.

You will make a big impact by leading on the delivery of a key component of a major cross-charity project which is reviewing how CRUK protects its data. The work stream is delivering a crucial component of the project: to review the data security risk of the charity's third party suppliers. You will use your security auditing experience to conduct essential site visits and enable us to identify any risks and recommend remedial actions to those suppliers.

You will support the project by conducting effective onsite reviews of high risk suppliers and develop effective plans to remediate any identified risks.

What skills do I need?

* A history of information security auditing experience within a private or public sector context, though gaps in this history will not be a disadvantage to your application.
* Knowledge of PCI-DSS standards, ISO 27001 and other information security standards.
* The ability to audit, assess and identify gaps in the information security controls in place at an organisation, according to PCI-DSS standards.
* The ability to develop concrete action plans for organisations from observations made on site visits.
* Excellent interpersonal skills for building and establishing strong relationships with key stakeholders, including senior staff, the project team, the wider organisation and third party suppliers.
* Ideally experience of using computer programmes such as Office, but more importantly a willingness to learn.
* Enthusiasm and the ability to respond proactively to new opportunities and challenges.

What will I be doing?

* Coordinating information security reviews of CRUK's third party suppliers, visiting suppliers identified as high risk by due diligence questionnaires and conducting onsite audits.
* Developing remedial action plans for suppliers and coordinating sign off / adoption
* Developing a plan for ongoing audit of CRUK's suppliers, for our internal Risk and Audit team to follow beyond project closure

What support will I be given?

* You will be mentored 1:1 by a CRUK employee, helping you to develop an action plan to support your journey back into the workplace through volunteering.
* The opportunity to attend a workshop on building confidence and access to support on work/life balance.
* Networking opportunities at a senior level.
* Access to IT and social media training.
* The opportunity to become part of an action learning group with other volunteers on the Professional Placement scheme, to share and learn from each other's experiences.

How much time do I need to commit?

Our scheme is flexible to accommodate the other commitments in your life. We would ideally like a candidate who could commit a minimum of 20 hours a week for 12 weeks, through a variety of flexible office hours (around childcare needs if necessary). Remote volunteering is required for this role. Some evening and weekend volunteering can be arranged if it is more suited to your weekly commitments, however the onsite audit work will require the ability to attend supplier sites during standard office hours. This can all be discussed further, and fewer hours a week over a longer time period can also be negotiated.

What benefits can I expect?

* Flexible hours including remote volunteering where possible
* A placement which fits around your current commitments
* The opportunity to 'test out' your future return to the workplace
* Networking opportunities and the opportunity to work on a project which touches all aspects of the charity's work
* A full induction into your department and team, as well as an insight into the current workings of the charity and private sectors.
* Lunch (up to 4.00 a day) and travel expenses to Angel (up to 55 a week pro rata) will be reimbursed.
* Expenses for travel to supplier locations
* Exposure to working with business analysis, IT, security and internal audit professionals

Where will I be based?

You will be based partly in our offices in Angel, partly at third party supplier offices, and partly based from home to fit around your other commitments. The balance between home, Angel and onsite reviews can be discussed during the recruitment process.

How do I apply?
To apply please click the APPLY button and complete the CRUK online application form and submit your CV and covering letter outlining why a professional placement with Cancer Research UK would be well suited to you by 24 January.
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