Deputy Director (Infrastructure & Resilient Systems) and concurrently Chief Cyber Security Officer

The employer is an organisation that is recognised internationally for good water management. Set up cybersecurity capability for Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII) SCADA Systems Protection and develop Cybersecurity Master Plan, OT Security Policies and Security Code of Practice as a Utility Sector Lead for CII compliance to the Cybersecurity Act. Lead implementation of new network defence and anomaly detection cybersecurity solutions for all PUB CII, and identify the Key Cyber Risk Register for PUB Critical Operations, as well as operational framework for National Cybersecurity Threat Alert.​ Develop the ICS Security Training Framework to establish and nurture the competency development of SCADA Computer Emergency Response Teams for the PUB CII.​​ Support and implement GovTech’s and CSA’s Whole-of-Government IT initiatives and ensure regulatory compliance for systems and applications, which include the development of policies, procedures and standards that meet existing and newly developed policies and regulatory requirements including IM4, IM8 and Cyber Security Readiness Maturity Index to assure effective and consistent information and operations.​​ Work with the Health, Safety, Security and Emergency Preparedness Office and relevant departments to provide IT support during crises and emergency preparedness exercises. In the event of an IT incident, Deputy Director (Infrastructure & Resilient Systems) takes the lead in the management, investigation and resolution of the IT incident, and communicates with various stakeholders including senior management, GovTech, CSA and relevant authorities. Provide oversight of all infrastructure elements, namely servers, storage management, database management, virtualisation, recovery management, threat management, application maintenance, software and hardware licensing and IT operations budget preparation and management. Foster a culture of customer service and continuous improvement through a measurement and reporting against KPIs and through an effective implementation of a culture of root cause analysis and aggressive remediation. Ensure vendors and service providers are aligned to the service vision when providing service to PUB staff. Degree in electrical/electronic engineering, computer engineering, computer science or equivalent A total of at least 15 years of technical knowledge and experience across facets of computing infrastructure and application, including GDC/cloud/on-premise environments, server hardware, network topologies/protocols/communication, storage area networks, network and data centre operations, infrastructure security technologies (IPS/IDS, WAF, proxies, 2FA), application development and maintenance, desktop management, application development and maintenance, change management Proven experience planning for the future and architecting a robust and secure computing infrastructure Skilled in organising resources and establishing priorities Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to put together disparate information to form a coherent picture Ability to learn and support new systems and applications Good verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interact professionally with a diverse group of senior management, executives, managers, and subject matter experts Able to work independently and as a team