|Listed on:||31st December 2021|
|Salary/Rate:||£43,650 - £70,397|
|Salary Notes:||£43,650 - £64,640 outside London / £46,250 - £70,397 inside London|
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Ofgem works on behalf of energy consumers to ensure that every household and business in the UK can rely on a safe, affordable and environmentally sustainable energy supply. We are playing a vital part in accelerating the transition to Net Zero and a carbon neutral energy system - a goal that everyone wants to achieve.
We offer a diverse range of flexible working career opportunities: roles that are stimulating and rewarding, where you can get involved in ground-breaking work. And it's important to us that we recruit from a wide range of professional and personal backgrounds - bringing different perspectives to our work.
In a fast changing, dynamic area of work, this is a crucial role in ensuring that the operational systems and networks that the GB energy system relies on remain resilient against cyber and related security threats, helping to secure the supply of energy. Working with our legal and enforcement teams, you will monitor, support, report and instruct against the regulatory framework - overseeing the delivery of audits and inspections, and quality assuring subsequent reports. You'll escalate issues of non-compliance as required and offer expert insight and advice to support a balanced and appropriate enforcement process. You can expect considerable liaison across the sector and with government bodies to maintain your up-to-date knowledge of current and emerging risks and threats to energy supply.
We expect that you'll have experience in security auditing and inspections and that you hold a relevant professional qualification such as ISO27001, 2013 Lead Auditor, CISA or similar recognised qualifications such as CISSP, CISM. Your career to date should have included conducting audit inspections of environment for mission critical systems or national infrastructure. You'll be accustomed to interpreting and adhering to agreed governance protocols and developing compliance guidelines and frameworks within international standards. This is a great career that offers the chance to take on high profile work of national importance. It's a varied and fast-paced role, working as part of an inclusive and supportive team. Much of the role can be delivered remotely, but you will also be required to attend on some sites as part of the audit process, subject to public health guidelines.
Ofgem is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We embrace diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. All employment is decided on the basis of open and fair competition, merit and business need.