| || EIS Operations Security Analyst |
| || EDF Energy is a core part of the EDF Group, one of the largest energy companies in Europe with key business operations in the UK, France, Italy, Belgium and Poland. We are the UK’s leading generator and supplier of low carbon energy, producing around one-fifth of the nation’s electricity and employing more than 13,500 people. We operate nuclear, coal and gas power stations, wind farms, and combined heat & power plants. We have a focus on safe, dependable energy generation and an ethos of service excellence. We intend to play a leading role in new nuclear build in the UK and secure a bright future for the combined business and its employees. |
| || As one of the UK’s largest energy companies, there’s a huge amount of opportunity available for finance professionals here. Our Finance Division comprises various business units, including, Customers, Generation, Nuclear New Build and Corporate Finance. Each of these has its own challenges and rewards – and each will help you to build a well-rounded skill set. At EDF Energy our finance professionals are seen as part of the wider business team. And wherever you go, you’ll learn how energy markets work, the challenges we face as an industry and the actions we need to take to overcome them. |
| || The Operations Security Analyst will maintain and support the corporate technical and Operations/Perimeter Security environments, in order to provide a quality service to all the customers of IT. The post holder will be the recognised point of contact for day to day support in the Enterprise Information Security (EIS) Operations Security Team within Enterprise IT, and will attain an in-depth understanding of EDF Energy’s business needs and Company objectives.|
It is a requirement of this role that the post holder either holds, or can obtain and maintain Security Check (SC) clearance.
| || Operating Environment|
The Enterprise IT operating environment is complex, meaning our stakeholders’ needs are constantly shifting and evolving, in several dimensions:
• Supporting a rapidly evolving energy supply market, both in industry and in the home;
• Supporting the need to move beyond supply, to provide innovative energy services and products;
• Supporting our existing generation assets through to end of life and beyond;
• Supporting our new build programme;
• Meeting our cost targets set by the Executive; and
• Digitalising the workplace to support ever more efficient ways of working.
In order to meet the challenges presented by a complex environment, the Enterprise IT team needs to work with the right culture and in an effective way. This means we are:
1. Business Centric – so that we structure ourselves and our work around the needs of customers
2. Empowered – so that we give our people the ability to solve problems with our customers
3. Agile – so that we continually adapt to the changing needs of our customers
4. Value Focused – so that we always focus on the most valuable things for our customers
5. Accountable – so that it’s clear who is accountable for what and that accountability is visibly discharged
6. Employee Friendly - so that we don’t lose what makes this a great place to work and develop.
Within this context, the post holder helps Enterprise IT meet our customers’ needs by running the specialist technologies solutions drequired to enable the business.
Framework & Boundaries
The post holder is required to work within the following frameworks:
• IT technical, security and support frameworks;
• Supply Chain frameworks;
• Capex, project management and investment frameworks (EEPW, PD, Agile PD); and
• Enterprise IT governance frameworks.
Employees and contractors
• No management responsibility. Works closely with third parties.
Platforms and products
• All Operations Security Team technologies & services with a focus on BAU, Inventory Management, DLP and SIEM analysis.
| || Transformation Accountabilities|
• Support future enhancements to the services and products provided by the EIS Operations Security team.
• Provide first line Operations Security support services on technologies including firewalls, Internet proxies, DLP and security log and event management systems;
• Be responsible for the prioritisation and clearance or escalation of Operations Security incidents reported through the EDF Energy helpdesk reporting system, or escalation process within defined SLAs;
• Perform Operations Security system and infrastructure inspections on a regular basis;
• The Operations Security Analyst may from time to time be asked to assist in the delivery of projects, both internal to the team and wider EDF Energy Community;
• Liaise with internal and external service providers and third parties;
• Provide Operations Security infrastructure performance and service summary reporting to the Operational Security Manager;
• Use knowledge gained to identify opportunities to improve customer support;
| || Knowledge and Skills|
• Good knowledge of Operations/Perimeter Security environments;
• Knowledge of ITIL best practices;
• Industry knowledge of security best practices;
• Awareness of contractual agreements between EDF Energy and its IT service partners;
• Awareness of energy, generation, supply industry and EDF Energy ambitions.
Qualifications and Experience
• Proven experience in supporting Operations/Perimeter Security environments;
• Experience of working in a nuclear regulated environment (desirable);
• Experience of working with IT security compliance, risk and governance practices;
• Experience of representing the company in meetings, forums with external stakeholders.
| || Full-Time |
| || Permanent |
| || South West |
| ||Barnwood, Gloucester |
| || Starting from £27,913 |
| || Information Technology |
| || 28-Jun-2017|