We are the final stage for complaints about the NHS in England and public services delivered by the UK Government. We look into complaints where someone believes there has been injustice or hardship because an organisation has not acted properly or fairly or has given a poor service and not put things right.
Our service is free for everyone.
About the role
As the Deputy Data Protection Officer Information Security, you will lead on operational information and cyber security within PHSO.
Reporting into the Assistant Director Information Assurance, you will play a key role in protecting the information of people who work for or with us and for the public whose complaints we handle.
You will be a cyber security or information security professional, providing confident, expert advice on securing information in the cloud, on premise and across PHSO’s virtual workspaces. You’ll be able to provide rapid assessments of emerging threats and vulnerabilities, and develop tactical responses to reduce future risk.
Using your knowledge of technologies both legacy and emerging you will find pragmatic and ethical responses to complex issues.
You will embody integrity and resilience as you and your team deliver an exemplary service internally and externally.
You will have a clear vision of what good information security looks like and using your communication and motivation skills you will engage colleagues and partners in delivering that vision, whilst keeping calm under pressure to rapidly mobilise incident and threat responses as required.
How to apply
Please submit your CV and Supporting Statement by 10am on the 30th of October 2020