Security Job – Director Cyber Security / NERC CIP Solutions & Business Development

Job Type: Full-time employee
Job Location:  Either TX or could be based anywhere USA. Call for details
Compensation: Base of $120,000 up to mid $100,000 plus bonus.  (Call for details)
Telecommute: Possibly –  this is an option for the right candidate.
Education: Strongly prefer a BS Degree. MBA a plus
Travel %: 30%
Relo Paid: Yes – case by case basis
Status: US Citizen or Green Card – Sorry, no Visa Sponsorship
Insurance / Benefits:  Available day one
SecurityHeadhunter.com, a Security Search Firm, has been engaged to conduct an exclusive search for a Director Cyber Security / NERC CIP Solutions & Business Development. My global reaching client is a leader in providing innovative software solutions and services to industrial facilities worldwide. Their software solutions and services not only improve Human Reliability, but enhance regulatory compliance, increase safety and improve facility profitability. My client, who has a reputation of engineering several industry first solutions, has now developed a very unique NERC CIP / cyber security solution that will truly improve a company’s ability to be in compliance with their Security & NERC CIP regulations, and other guidelines in a much more effective and time efficient manner.

The candidate I seek will have a solid Cyber Security background coupled with both a solid understanding of NERC CIP. They will also be someone who is engaged in  and business development experience to be able to help drive my client’s cyber security solution to the power industry and other markets from a technical and business platform.  Having experience with automation such as SCADA, DCS, PLC is a plus.

Role Description

In this role, you will have responsibility to further define and market this unique cyber security solution.  Tasks will include:

  • Assisting / leading development of a business plan and marketing plan to educate the market on this unique solution.
  • Determine software and services requirements for the solution to be delivered.
  • Work to become a recognized industry expert on Cyber Security and NERC, attending multiple trade group related events and so forth.

Qualifications

The successful candidate should have the following qualifications:

Minimum 5 to 10 years experience in the field of cyber security, with solid experience in NERC CIP and business development.

  • Prefer a 4 year Bachelor degree in related technical field (Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, etc.).  MBA a plus but not a requirement
  • Preference will be given to candidates with automation experience (DCS, PLC, SCADA, etc.)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, experienced in delivering technical presentations to industry groups.
  • Experience in both technical “hands-on” work, as well as business roles (sales, marketing, business development, etc.).

To confidentially discuss many more details of this position, please contact Wils Bell directly at 407-365-2404 or email a confidential resume to: Bell@SecurityHeadhunter.com

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Several years ago when you started that new position it was a very exciting time.  That first  morning down in Human Resources getting ready for your orientation and filling out and signing paperwork.   There was the health insurance paperwork,  the life insurance paperwork, the tax withholding paperwork, the retirement account paperwork, and perhaps  the employee conduct handbook. Was there anything else that you signed?

Hey, what about that Non Compete Agreement / Non Disclosure Agreement paperwork. Did you sign one of those also? Chances are you did, but what exactly did it say?

Now, fast forward to present day. Do you know where your signed copy of your agreement is located? Just what were those restrictions or limitations you’re subject to if /when you leave this employer.

According to a lot of people I have asked that question to recently, very few people know the exact location and can put their hands on the agreement today. Some folks have no idea where it is or did they even keep a copy, while others think maybe they might be able to  find it, but aren’t sure.

These type agreements should be considered a very important document to you for many reason.

Most people who know exactly where it is , simply scanned it after they took it home and it’s on the hard drive AND backed up. Others have it in the safety deposit box. It doesn’t really matter where you keep it as long as it is safe and you can put your hands on it when needed.

Having to call your employer’s HR department and ask for a copy just might alert someone as to your career plans.

The point of this whole article is that it only takes you a minute to save your signed agreement securely so you’ll be able to access if and when the times comes. It could and can save you a lot of headaches and other issues down the road when you decide it is time for a change and you need to know just what it says.

Just my 2 cents worth.

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