Use your IT & cybersecurity skills in a fast-growing company where you can have an impact. The British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCI) is currently seeking Cybersecurity Vulnerability Management Analyst co-op student/intern for the Winter 2022 work term (January to April) to provide support to our Vulnerability management program.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
BCI manages a globally diversified portfolio of assets valued at $199.6 billion and is one of Canada’s largest institutional investors. We invest globally to support pension and other funds for more than 30 clients based in British Columbia. We are proud to have been chosen as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers and BC’s Top Employers. These national and provincial competitions recognize employers who offer exceptional workplaces for their employees.
The Cybersecurity Vulnerability Management Analyst co-op/intern will work within our Technology department. This is a great opportunity for you to learn and apply your knowledge to support the development and implementation of industry leading vulnerability management best practices, and support BCI in maintaining its security posture.
WHO YOU WILL WORK WITH
You’ll work with a group of high performing and highly knowledgeable individuals. Reporting to Manager, Security & Risk you’ll be working alongside personnel from security, infrastructure and other IT teams to manage and eradicate vulnerabilities found in BCI’s IT environment.
The Technology department is responsible for developing technology solutions that contribute to the achievement of BCI’s mission and long-term goals. The department manages the Corporation’s business applications and information technology infrastructure, providing support to a large group of financial professionals. The department is also responsible for authoring technology-related directives and conducting disaster recovery planning to minimize risk to the Corporation’s delivery of investment services.
WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING
Daily assessment of vulnerabilities identified by infrastructure scan
Evaluate, rate and perform risk assessments on assets
Prioritize vulnerabilities discovered along with remediation timeline(s)
Work with associated teams to explain vulnerabilities and remediation steps as required.
Execute remediation steps as required to eliminate vulnerabilities
Maintain knowledge of the threat landscape
Create reports and provide analysis on vulnerabilities for technical teams and leadership
Knowledge of application, network, and operating system security
Working knowledge of Linux and Windows OS
Good understanding of networking concepts
Good understanding of Windows and Linux patching
Knowledge of vulnerability scoring systems (CVSS/CMSS)
Working knowledge of System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)
Excellent writing and presentation skills are required in order to communicate findings and status
Cleary communicate priorities and escalation points/procedures to other team members
Detail oriented, organized, methodical, follow up skills with an analytical thought process
Experience performing dynamic scans, static scans and penetration testing
Innovative and efficiency focused,
Track trends and configure systems as required to reduce false positives from true events.
Prior experience with vulnerability and patch assessment or security operations preferred.
WHAT WE OFFER
Excellent career development and training by helping the candidate to understand the tools, the data and the risk methodologies applied by financial institutions to manage their exposure to security risks.
Work with a dynamic team in a fast-paced environment
The development of real-world skills at one of the largest institutional investors in Canada
Exposure to some of the most talented, approachable, and inspiring people in the industry
Time to connect with co-op students & interns at BCI – build your network and shared learning
Work term: Winter 2022 (January to April)
Office Location: 750 Pandora Avenue, Victoria, BC
Travel: if coming to Victoria for this work term, BCI will provide a fixed-rate travel allowance based on your location
We look forward to welcoming our co-ops & interns to our office location(s) for the January work term. In the event our offices remain partially closed due to COVID-19, co-op/internship work terms may be completed remotely (within Canada).
HOW TO APPLY
Apply directly to the Cybersecurity Vulnerability Management posting on our careers page https://careers.bci.ca/res_joblist.html
Application deadline: October 7, 2021 at 9:00 pm PT
Please include a cover letter, resume, and transcripts (unofficial transcript will suffice)
Note: The ability to legally work full-time in Canada for the duration of your work term is a condition of employment at BCI