iMethods is an award winning Healthcare IT Staffing and Consulting firm. As a #1 BEST IN KLAS and Modern Healthcare Best Place to Work, our team is dedicated to exceeding expectations and ensuring alignment between customer needs and the resources we provide to meet those needs.
iMethods is currently looking for a Cyber Security Defense Manager in Boise, ID. The person will be joining the Cyber Security team.
The Cyber Security Defense Manager will be responsible for helping establish a new and dedicated team that will focus on maturing threat and vulnerability, incident response and business continuity capabilities. Further, the leader will oversee monitoring technologies (SIEM) and processes as well as red/blue team strategies.
Oversees the evaluation, selection, and implementation of systems or technologies.
Determines business requirements and needs, identifies key performance factors, defines projects and priorities, establishes standards related to department/program operations; recommends and allocates resources based on business priorities.
Responsible for the planning, organizing and staffing of the department; makes decisions on personnel actions (hiring, terminations, promotions, etc.); assigns personnel to projects and directs their activities; reviews and evaluates work and prepares performance reports.
Consults with personnel in other departments to coordinate activities; responsible for communication and acts as a liaison with internal departments.
Recommends strategies to assist the business in meeting its critical goals and objectives in the most efficient manner possible; administers recurring or daily functions or processes necessary for business execution and identifies opportunities for improvement or efficiencies.
Supports the organization’s strategy and service delivery standards; monitors service levels and key service delivery performance indicators or metrics, and identifies areas where performance can be improved through changes.
Helps develop long-term plans taking into account trends and changing organizational needs; decisions and problem solving are guided by policies, procedures and department plan; receives guidance from senior manager/director.
Advises subordinates on administrative policies and procedures; evaluates and recommends changes to policies or procedures.
Possess comprehensive knowledge of department systems, programs and technology.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Threat Management and Intelligence
Cyber incident Response
Security Information and event monitoring
Penetration Testing and remediation
Red Team/Blue Team + Cyber Range
Education: Bachelor’s degree or 4 years of relevant experience in lieu of degree.
Experience: 4 years additional relevant experience including leadership experience.