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Coordinator, Cybersecurity

Oxford Properties

This is a Full-time position in Blezard Valley, ON posted May 25, 2021.

Why join us?

Are you looking to join a dynamic pension plan that embodies the strong values of its 500,000 members and is an industry leading global investor?

If so, we would love to tell you our story.

At OMERS we put our people first and are proud to embrace the diversity of thought and leadership that comes from having locations in Toronto, London, New York, Singapore, Sydney and other major cities across North America and Europe.

Our culture is truly one of a kind.

We get stuff done, and have fun doing it We take great pride in contributing to the communities where we live with an ever-constant eye to the global investment markets.

Reporting directly to the Director, Cybersecurity, the Cybersecurity Coordinator will contribute to the execution of the short and long-term Cybersecurity Plan at OMERS.

This includes working closely with our Cybersecurity Analysts to leverage knowledge of our security devices, system administration, security operations processes, and incident management to help support delivery and execution of OMERS Cybersecurity Plan.

As a member of this team, you will be responsible for: Compliance / Incident & Audit Reporting: Providing the support, administration and maintenance necessary to ensure effective and efficient Cybersecurity system/platform performance.

Identifying, analyzing and mitigating threats to Data & Technology systems, platforms and/or networks.

Reviewing security incident offenses and alerts, performing initial triage analysis and making determinations on follow-up or escalation of incident.

Creating final security incident reports detailing the events of security incidents.

Recommending effective process changes to enhance defense and response procedures.

Assisting with vulnerability management platform ensuring environmental scans are conducted on time and associated procedures are documented.

Participating in on-call group for technology support, specifically as it relates to approvals, security related incidents or disaster recovery procedures.

Conducting Information Technology General Controls (ITGC) assessments and validations.

Providing security recommendations/remedial actions to the client to ensure ITGC goals are met and plan of actions and any associated remediation activities are defined accordingly.

Change Management, Approvals & Administration: Policy Management: Web Content Filtering, Anti-Malware, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Next Generation Firewall & Intrusion prevention/detection (IPS), Anti-DDoS, Email Security.

Privileged ID Access approvals/changes.

Suggesting and implementing new tools and efficiency improvements for security infrastructure.

To succeed in this role, you have: College diploma, University degree or equivalent in a related field is desirable.

Information Security work experience or at least one year of transferrable work experience (e.g.

data analysis, data analytics, business intelligence, business analysis, help desk / IT Support).

Basic knowledge of Cybersecurity platforms: Web Content Filtering, Anti-Malware, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Next Generation Firewall & Intrusion prevention/detection (IPS), Anti-DDoS.

Good problem solving skills with a demonstrated understanding of Project management concepts.

Strong verbal and written communication with the ability to distill complex problems down into easy to understand, consumable pieces of information.

Our story: Founded in 1962, OMERS is one of Canada’s largest defined benefit pension plans, with $105 billion in net assets as at December 31, 2020.

OMERS is a jointly-sponsored pension plan, with 1,000 participating employers ranging from large cities to local agencies, and over half a million active, deferred and retired members.

OMERS members include union and non-union employees of municipalities, school boards, local boards, transit systems, electrical utilities, emergency services and children’s aid societies across Ontario.

Contributions to the Plan are funded equally by members and employers.

OMERS teams work in Toronto, London, New York, Amsterdam, Luxembourg, Singapore, Sydney and other major cities across North America and Europe
– serving members and employers and originating and managing a diversified portfolio of high-quality investments in public markets, private equity, infrastructure and real estate.

OMERS is committed to having a workforce that reflects the communities in which we live and work.

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to a barrier-free recruitment and selection process.

At OMERS inclusion and diversity means belonging.

How we create a sense of belonging is through our employees and our vast network of Employee Resource Groups.

Whether you are passionate about gender, pride, or visible minorities, we have groups that are focused on making a difference in all of our lives.