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Technical Analyst / Compliance Technologist to analyze, design, configure, implement and maintain information systems, data centres, virtual infrastructures, networking components, and security.

Job Type: Permanent
Positions to fill: 2
Start Date: Jun 27, 2022
Job End Date: Jun 27, 2022
Pay Rate: Salary: $ 82000
Job ID: 120329
Location: Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Victoria
The ideal candidate will be responsible for integrating business requirements into technology and ensuring smooth function of business operations as it pertains to the BCUC Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Standards for our client in the Utility sector.

Using both business and technical knowledge, the Compliance Technologist will analyze, design, configure, implement and maintain information systems, data centres, virtual infrastructures, networking components, and security. The successful candidate should be committed to continuous growth and learning pertaining to the CIP Standards, which will include assessing the suitability of the technologies listed above and liaising with the end users, business analysts, software vendors, cyber security and infrastructure groups to ensure the desired outcomes are met. Ultimately, the Compliance Technologist will be part of a team that ensures ongoing CIP compliance to applications and environments within our clients environment.


Provides advanced technical support, system administration and system development including acting as a functional expert for all users.

Coordinates, recommends and implements major system upgrades, integrations, and segregations as a result of corporate strategic changes, or changes to BCUC CIP Standards.

Assists in the preparation of the annual budget and monthly variance reviews and reports by compiling and analyzing statistics.  Assists in analyzing cost control on an ongoing basis.

Leads and coordinates regular internal and external audits;

Records, stores, retrieves and ensures accuracy of appropriate evidence from compliance systems, and reviews other team members evidence for accuracy; 

Completes compliance related documentation for routine and non-routine compliance related tasks or change requests, and reviews other team members documentation for accuracy;
guides other team members during assigned compliance tasks to meet hard deadlines that could result in severe financial or reputable impact to the company, and reviews other team members tasks for accuracy;
Leads response to Cyber Security Incidents which may consider actor pursuit, data preservation and/or recovery;

Assists to maturing the compliance program from a process, documentation and technical perspective;

Assists to potential non-compliance, cyber security, or physical security investigations;

  1. Completion of a recognized diploma in Computer Systems Technology or equivalent
  2. Eight (6-8) years’ relevant technology experience.
  3. Have or able to obtain GCIP Certification within 3 years.
  4. Industry relevant certifications are considered an asset.
  5. Immediate knowledge of Data Centre technologies, virtualization, storage, backup, networking, security, and all related supporting infrastructure.
  6. Working knowledge in programming/scripting and/or database query languages.
  7. Superior interpersonal and customer service skills.