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Robert Half International Information Security Project Manager (Temporary) in SAN RAMON, California


Information Security Project Manager (Temporary)




The Information Security Project Manager (ISPM) works internally and with cross-functional teams to implement security controls across the enterprise and work as a liaison. The ISPM will have the ability to anticipate potential problems and plays an integral role in maintaining the integrity, availability and confidentiality of associated data and information systems. The ISPM leads projects related to security, infrastructure, development, and enterprise architecture.

This is a temporary position

Key Responsibilities:

  • Enforcing Robert Half’s information security policy across the organization and building on the measured and managed risk-based security framework.

  • Acting as a liaison between the Security team and other teams: IT, Engineering, DevOps, SecOps, Business, and program managers to resolve any identified issues.

  • Managing the execution, implementation, and maintenance of information security projects.

  • Facilitating efficient communication across all levels of a project to ensure consistency in reaching the project's goal, and to help in the recognition of any potential opportunities, risks, or complications.

  • Documenting requirements and assisting with backlog grooming for the Information Security team.

  • Facilitating and/or managing information security risk assessments including, the process for proactively identifying, tracking, mitigating, and communicating risks.

  • Measuring and reporting to management on the effectiveness and efficiency of security activities.

  • Identification of security gaps, selecting appropriate tools, and managing implementation.

  • Assists the management staff in long range planning and development of information technology security strategies, systems, architecture, and policies.

  • Administering and implementing the company’s security information and event management (SIEM) projects within defined Metrics & Reporting Thresholds.

  • Administering and implementing the vulnerability management projects.


  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience required, preferably in IT Project Management.

  • Preferred advanced degree in relevant field (Cybersecurity, IT)


  • Cloud Certifications- Azure or AWS

  • PMI / Scrum / Certification a Plus.

  • 7+ years work experience managing information security in a large and complex environment; or other equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the required knowledge

  • PMP or equivalent work experience.

  • Experience with Project management and reporting tools (MS Project, Jira, SharePoint)

  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills

  • Strong customer service skills, including ability to listen, interpret and explain computer related concepts in non-technical terms.

  • Ability to manage priorities required, both individually and for a team

  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple job duties, including personal time management and organization skills

  • A confident, dynamic individual capable of working with both technology and business contacts in a constantly evolving environment

  • Ability to build strong working relationships

  • Desire to multitask and solve problems efficiently and quickly

  • Proven ability to collaborate effectively with a variety of people.

  • Proven ability to juggle and prioritize competing demands.

  • Proven ability to perform work conscientiously and with a high level of attention to detail.

  • Ability to work both independently and in a team.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Strong Technical Skills, flexibility, assertiveness, approachability, and foresight

  • Experience implementing NIST 800-53/171 frameworks as well as other related compliance standards on IT projects.

  • Familiarity with Cybersecurity support functions such as Configuration Management, Incident Response, Contingency Planning, Disaster Recovery, and the like.

  • Familiarity with network security, continuous monitoring, system auditing, and security policy development.

  • Familiarity with vulnerability remediation activities, scanning and analysis and Manual Checklist auditing.

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Corporate Staffing

Robert Half

2613 Camino Ramon

San Ramon, CA 94583-9128




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