ABOUT THE ROLE

As an ISO 27001 Senior Consultant, your primary responsibilities will include standard project execution and client service activities. Client engagements typically last two weeks, which allows our employees the opportunity to work on varied projects over the course of the year and gain varied, valuable experience

A-LIGN employs a business model that builds on the best of what the largest corporate security firms have to offer, such as the ability to offer high quality professionals a variety of project experience with high profile clients. What sets us apart is that we have eliminated time reporting, chargeability goals, and sales pressure.   

REPORTS TOISO 27001 Managing Consultant 

PAY CLASSIFICATION: Full-Time, Exempt  

RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Gather evidence on site and review 
  • Provide draft reports to management, within defined timelines 
  • Provide detailed project status reports weekly to management 
  • Organize client information on A-LIGN’s drive 
  • Plan and execute ISO 27001 engagements under the direction of a member of the management team 
  • Communicate effectively to the client, prior to, during, and post on-site visit 
  • Review manager’s planning meeting minutes, and prepare as appropriate for meetings 
  • Prepare lead sheets throughout the project

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 

EDUCATION  

Master’s or bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity, management information systems, computer science, or relevant discipline 

EXPERIENCE  

At least 3 years of experience performing information system audits or information security reviews specific to ISO

CERTIFICATIONS  

Required to hold either the ISO 27001 LA or LI

Additional preferred certifications include CCSK, CISA, QSA, CISSP, or other relevant certification 

SKILLS 

  • Ability to meet deadlines with a high degree of motivation 
  • Excellent communication skills 
  • Thrives in a fast-paced environment 
  • Ability to work individually as well as collaboratively 
  • A high degree of motivation 

BENEFITS 

  • Employer Paid Health, Vision, Dental 
  • 401 (K) Plan with Employer Matching 
  • Competitive Bonus Structure 
  • Employer Paid Life Insurance and Disability Insurance 
  • Generous Paid Time Off Plan 
  • Virtual Employment 
  • Technology Allowance 
  • Vacation Bonus 
  • Paid Office Closure December 24-January 1 
  • Paid Holidays Schedule 
  • Certification Reimbursement
  • Flu Shot Reimbursement 
  • TSA PreCheck Reimbursement 
  • AAA Reimbursement 

ABOUT A-LIGN 

A-LIGN is a technology-enabled security and compliance partner trusted by more than 2,400 global organizations to confidently mitigate cybersecurity risks. We work with small businesses to global enterprises with services spanning across SOC, Penetration Testing, PCI DSS, HITRUST, ISO and privacy compliance. Our proprietary compliance management platform is transforming the compliance experience by enabling an anytime, anywhere approach to audits. For more information, visit www.A-LIGN.com. 

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