FI$Cal offers frequent job opportunities in a variety of classifications. Here are some openings to join our team.

Working Title: Cybersecurity Manager
Job Control: 429914
Filing Deadline: Until Filled
Reporting to the chief information security officer, the information technology manager (ITM) I will lead the Information Systems Security Management Section (ISSMS) within the Enterprise Security Services Office of the Information Technology Division. The ITM I will be in charge of managing a team of information technology specialists I/II and consultants, overseeing the organization, planning, and direction of all activities related to this section. The ISSMS is responsible for various aspects of the FI$Cal system, including program management, governance, risk and compliance, security engineering, and information asset protection and m management. While the primary focus of this role is in the information security engineering domain, there may be occasional assignments in other domains as needed.

Working Title: Chief Information Security Officer
Job Control: 429577
Filing Deadline: Until Filled
Under the administrative direction of the chief information officer, the information technology manager (ITM) II serves as a member of Information Technology Division senior leadership team as the chief information security officer for the Department of FISCal (FI$Cal). The ITM II oversees the privacy, information security, and compliance program, holding executive management responsibility for all sensitive data and systems – including automated and manual, physical and logical, on-premises and cloud-deployed for FI$Cal. The duties of the ITM II include ensuring compliance with regulations, managing risks to protect data confidentiality and privacy rights, and safeguarding the integrity and availability of these information systems. The ITM II has full management responsibility for organizing, planning, and directing all activities associated with the FI$Cal Enterprise Security Services Office (ESSO). In managing FI$Cal’s privacy, information security, and compliance program, ESSO assumes responsibility for the design, development, implementation, and ongoing support of information security tools, including Identity and access management tools. ESSO is also responsible for analyzing the FI$Cal enterprise resource planning system components and databases to identity and implement transaction and access control governance in accordance with FI$Cal and state policies.