Location: Halifax, NS
The Security Analyst is a collaborative member of the IT Security Team reporting to the Director of Risk & Security. This dynamic role is critical to ensuring the confidentiality, availability and integrity of J.D. Irving, Limited’s IT environment. This work is focused on supporting the Halifax Shipyard including the Arctic Offshore Patrol Ship (AOPS) and the Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) programs of the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy.
As a Security Analyst, you will work with a variety of systems and environments. You manage risk by leveraging existing controls and capabilities, and by identifying gaps. You will work collaboratively with the Security Operations team to monitor, maintain, and deploy controls to safeguard Halifax Shipyard IT environments. You will verify and provide evidence of systems security through analysis and creation of policies, procedures, and documents.
JDI IT: Who we are and what we offer
With over 300 employees centralized in Saint John, Fredericton, Dieppe, and Halifax, we offer the opportunity to create real value by helping people and businesses work smarter. JDI IT supports the entire J.D. Irving Limited group of companies which means we offer opportunities and experiences across a wide breadth of IT areas, businesses and industries. As a member of the JDI IT team, you will be a key player in enabling the business to win by overcoming obstacles and “getting it done”!
We believe in the power of diverse teams and invest in continuous professional growth. We are seeking naturally curious change makers looking to join a collaborative and motivated team. Come help JDI IT Raise the Bar!
Monitor, maintain, and deploy a variety of security toolsets
Identify and manage vulnerabilities
Brief technical leaders on the nature and impact of threats and vulnerabilities
Assist in the development of security awareness material
Work with project teams to ensure security controls are implemented and functioning as expected
Participate in security design and implementation throughout project life cycle
Create and update monitoring dashboards: resolving and escalating issues as necessary
Gather documentary evidence of corporate policies and technical settings to meet Government requirements
A University Degree or College Diploma in Computer Science, Cyber Security or other relevant field
1+ years’ experience in complex IT environments
Knowledge of vulnerability management programs
Knowledge of security incident and event management programs
Knowledge of log management tools and capabilities
Passionate about IT Security
High attention to detail
Strong willingness to learn and grow
Able to initiate and pursue independent work
A strong communicator – both written and verbally
Eligible to obtain NATO Secret Government security clearance and Controlled Goods approval
Security+ Certification or equivalents
Experience working with Government and/or Military agencies
We appreciate your interest in our company! Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.