Job Openings

This section contains current job openings and other helpful resources on career advancement for SV-ISSA members and other Bay Area security professionalis.

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Security Consultant - Truvantis

Member of the Truvantis consulting staff, providing security and compliance expertise to help our customers protect their data and environments.   Trusted advisor to customers to understand their environments and deliver quality, practical guidance on identifying and addressing potential risks.  Initial engagement will be a focused effort on ISO27001 for an established customer.

Key Responsibilities:

Interface with customers to assess, develop and improve their information security programs in cooperation with other Truvantis team members and through any of the following tasks:

  • Document policies, processes and controls.

  • Support audit preparation through review of requirements, evidence collection, and engagement with third-party auditors.

  • Provide recommendations and remediation plans

  • Lead conversations with customers to support their evaluation of risk and severity of issues

Required Skills & Qualifications

  • BS or MS degree in Computer Science, or a related field or equivalent experience

  • 5 or more years direct experience in information security, IT security or related field

  • Minimum of five (5) years of verifiable ISO27001 experience in the past seven (7) years

  • Experience writing policies and procedures in support of compliance frameworks

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • General knowledge of all security and ISO27001 domains

  • Critical skills and characteristics:  Self-starter; strong team collaboration; ability to maintain a trusted role and interface with customers; leadership; sense of accountability; Independent decision making ability and overall project coordination skills; relationship building; analytical problem solving and risk identification/mitigation

Desired Skills

  • Audit, compliance and validation experience

  • Experience leading internal/external audits or assessments

  • Experience with security frameworks or compliance standards, including PCI-DSS, HIPAA, CIS Controls, NIST, SOC2

  • CISA, CISM, PCI-QSA, CISSP, CIPP or other information security, audit or related certifications are highly desirable


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Network Security Engineer - San Francisco Federal Credit Union


With an A health rating and solid year over year growth, San Francisco FCU’s membership is now over 43,000, with assets surpassing $1 billion and branches located in San Francisco and San Mateo County.  Continuing along its highly successful growth trajectory, SFFCU is expanding its IT group and adding a Network Security Engineer based out of its San Francisco headquarters.


This individual will play the mission critical role of ongoing administration, deployment, development and maintenance of SFFCU’s information security structure.

Leveraging their diverse and deep capabilities in a range of security technologies, the Network Security Engineer will be called upon to manage such diverse activities as Tier 2 Third Party escalations, problem solving with system and business owners to create innovative solutions to existing production security issues, and performing the integration and initial configuration of all new and enhanced security solutions.

The Ideal Candidate:

While the ideal candidate has the technical capabilities and exposure to diverse operating systems, networking protocols and systems administration, they also have the interpersonal skills that allow them to act as a team member (and/or independently) to assure SFFCU’s enterprise security posture and align technical controls with NIST CSF objectives. 

Above all, information security is not a series of tasks for them as much as it is a passion. The ideal candidate has thirst for knowledge and learning that serves them well as they are constantly preparing their organization for new and emerging threats.

The Organization:

Since its inception in 1954, San Francisco Federal Credit Union has been serving its members with exceptional financial products, and has been living by its original ideals of providing its members with “a place for them to obtain affordable loans, save money safely, and gain a voice in their own financial experiences.”

Focusing on helping members and the community succeed, SFFCU is always looking for ways to give back locally and build relationships with members. Offering products and services specifically for people living in the Bay Area, San Francisco Federal Credit Union provides professional and authentic advice in a way that makes members feel comfortable and supported.

With an employee Glassdoor rating of over 4, SFFCU employees consider themselves to be an empowered team of individuals providing innovative solutions that bring peace of mind and inspire relationships.

The Opportunity:

At San Francisco Credit Union, a staff member is not a cog in a large machine.  This organization has a lean management and senior leadership team that creates ideal conditions to learn, grow and make his or her case for key changes.  The Network Security Engineer will work with senior leaders in the organization in an area that is becoming increasingly more vital to ensuring the health of the organization, its members’ trust, and compliance with the financial industry regulatory standards and best practices.

The Compensation:

Compensation is highly competitive and includes an excellent benefits program with credit union membership, discounts on loans, generous PTO benefits and coverage on medical, dental and vision insurance premiums. SFFCU also provides commuter subsidies, tuition reimbursement, 401k, paid volunteer time, incentive bonuses and excellent training.

Contact Amy Phillips at for details