As IT Project Leader Security you are responsible for the management and implementation of IT security projects aimed at developing technological solutions with a view to an optimisation of the organizational processes within the cybersecurity space. Your job responsibilities include among other things:
Defining the scope and analyzing the impact of projects to get a clear image of the needs and objectives to be reached.
Determining the project description, magnitude and objectives (Project Notification, Project Charter)
Assessing costs, planning and suspected project duration
Identifying the necessary means and staff
Listing project risks and how to limit these
Checking the feasibility and concrete elaboration with various involved parties
Making sure that the necessary resources are present at the right moment, in consultation with the Team leaders, so that the project can be delivered in time and efficiently.
Continuously following up the planning and, if necessary adjusting it, in order to realize the project within the set criteria and milestones (time, budget, quality ...).
Guiding, motivating and managing project members. Ensuring a good collaboration between the project members, as well as being available for any problems or questions and dealing with these in a suitable manner, in consultation with the Team leaders.
Communicating timely and in a correct manner with the different involved parties
Keeping up project information and progress in a structured manner, accurately documenting and reporting to make sure that projects meet the organizational requirements, methodology and quality standards.
Bachelor or Master's degree in ICT, business economics or equivalent by experience
Min 4 years of relevant experience as project leader in an ICT environment
Experience in and/or good knowledge of business processes is a strong asset
Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities
Excellent planning skills and ability to assess priorities correctly
Ability to manage, motivate and coach employees (project members) from a non-hierarchical position, in order to achieve the project goals
Strong communicative skills (both oral and written) and ability to adapt his/her style depending on the situation
Sense of initiative
Stress-resistant and flexible attitude
Good knowledge of English
Basic knowledge of software development
Willing to make short trips abroad
A competitive salary with benefits such as a company car, meal vouchers and insurance.
Flexible working hours and a healthy work-life balance.
20 paid vacation days and 12 WTR days.
An easily accessible work location, no traffic congestion.
Lots of support and an encouraging team of co-workers.
An infectious ‘We Are One’ can-do mentality.
A people-centric culture where your fitness and mental well-being matter.
Healthy lunches and weekly fruit days.
Lunch breaks and sports facilities in TVH Park, the company’s green zone.
Access to LinkedIn Learning and many in-house and external training courses.
Fun afterworks and other optional events (e.g. TVH Kaffee).
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Family man / Kendoka / Foodie / Data domain expert
Every new project brings new challenges, learnings and opportunities to grow. That fits in with my general curiosity. I want to know all about discoveries, inventions and technology for example. And learning new languages helps me to connect with people across cultures throughout TVH.