Business Information Security Intake Coordinator

Job Description: As the Business Information Security Intake Coordinator, you will play a key role in ensuring that our client delivers more secure solutions to their consumers. This is a 6+ month contract in Beaverton, OR. Responsibilities: Manage work intake for the team, requiring awareness of the full portfolio of consumer experiences. Attend meetings, review documents, and liaise with other team members to create, triage, and maintain a prioritized portfolio of development efforts requiring security team engagement. It will be your responsibility to follow up on agreed and scheduled tasks with other teams, ensuring agreed actions are taken in accordance with security team consultation. Collect and report metrics on the performance of one or more areas of the security team. Proactively and routinely monitor documentation for security concerns, review of web tool dashboards, spreadsheets, word documents, and other report forms to unearth security problems based on defined rules will also be an essential part of this role. Experience Required: Familiarity with the role of security within a technical organization or interest in such. Good judgment about the expectations of average technology users. Diligence in achieving goals while maintaining good relationships. Experience working with Information Technology teams. Understanding of development practices, preferably producing high-availability consumer-facing applications. Able to work collaboratively in a fast-paced IT environment where willingness to learn and adapt is critical. Bachelors' degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or a related field, with 2 years relevant professional experience accepted in lieu of a degree Job Code: #4514 Title: Business Information Security Intake Coordinator Job Type: Contract Job Location: Beaverton Oregon Job #4514: Network Security

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