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Company Description

Rubrik is one of the fastest growing companies in Silicon Valley, revolutionizing data protection and management in the emerging multi-cloud world. We are the leader in cloud data management and have raised over $553 million in venture funding, most recently at a valuation of $3.3 billion. Rubrik has been recognized as a Forbes Cloud 100 Company two years in a row and as a LinkedIn Top 10 startup. As cloud adoption continues to grow at an astounding rate, we’ll be solving some of its most interesting challenges while building a product unlike anything seen before. This is a massive challenge and we’re just getting started so there is a lot of opportunity for personal growth and contribution.

Information Security - Who We Are

The Information Security organization advances the overall state of security at Rubrik through critical initiatives and coordination of large security projects. Information Security builds technologies, tools, and processes to better enable teams at Rubrik to develop secure software and protect data and systems with appropriate security controls. Information Security also develops systems to monitor and respond to attacks against our assets, provides awareness education to teams on security best practices for data protection, and ensures data governance and data sharing relationships with third parties in order to securely protect Rubrik information. 

What You’ll Do

Rubrik is seeking a skilled Technical Program Manager to help launch a new Information Security Program Management Office (PMO). In addition to executing on a set of prioritized initiatives, the PMO operates as a shared service and delivery enabler for InfoSec as a whole. The PMO promotes InfoSec’s efficiency, performance, and maturity by centrally managing or governing selected departmental activities. These activities include organizing and monitoring renewals for the department’s contracts, supporting budget development and utilization, driving visibility and reporting on meaningful metrics, ensuring alignment of InfoSec’s plans and priorities, tracking progress and status on active and backlogged initiatives, and more.

Reporting to the PMO Lead, this position will drive the PMO’s service definition and launch phases because the PMO Lead is fully engaged in delivering a large-scale strategic initiative. As a key member of a small team, this position will prioritize and support information security initiatives while ensuring the PMO gets up and running with a solid foundation from which to drive its business value.  

 

Responsibilities

  • Lead InfoSec Leadership to consensus in defining the new PMO’s project/program services, shared services, and performance measures
  • Work with InfoSec Leadership to prioritize and frame initiatives the PMO can deliver to address delivery / maturity pain points and challenges
  • Implement the agreed-upon shared services by transitioning in-scope activities to governance or stewardship under the PMO’s operational framework
  • Lead, plan, execute, and control assigned InfoSec initiatives, covering security domains from risk and compliance(GRC)  to technology implementation (SecOps)
  • Effectively influence and collaborate to achieve continual progress on objectives while managing risks and changes

 

Ideal Background

  • 7+ years delivering initiatives in a software/SaaS company, or similar environment; Information Security experience preferred
  • Prior work or management role in a Program Management Office environment
  • Bias for action, especially in working through conflict or resolving ambiguity 
  • Solid delivery skills as a project / program manager, handling concurrent initiatives
  • Use of PMBOK / Project / Program Management best practices and methods 
  • Driven to organize, establish, and improve processes, balancing speed, efficiency, and effectiveness with internal customer involvement, consensus, and satisfaction
  • Superb interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills with the ability to convey complex concepts to a broad range of technical and non-technical audiences
  • Bachelor’s degree required; in Information Security, Information Technology Management, Business Management, or a related field is preferred
  • PMP or PgMP and CISSP, CISA, CISM or other relevant certification(s)

About Rubrik:

Rubrik, the Zero Trust Data Security Company™, delivers data security and operational resilience for enterprises. Rubrik’s big idea is to provide data security and data protection on a single platform, including Zero Trust Data Protection, Ransomware Investigation, Incident Containment, Sensitive Data Discovery, and Orchestrated Application Recovery. This means your data is ready so you can recover the data you need, and avoid paying a ransom. Because when you secure your data, you secure your applications, and you secure your business.

We are a leader in data security, have been recognized as as a Forbes Cloud 100 Company, named as a LinkedIn Top 10 Startup and are proud to have earned Great Place to Work® Certification™. There has never been a more exciting time to join Rubrik, and our future is even brighter. The work you do will help propel our next chapter of growth as you do the best work of your career.

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Rubrik's goal is to hire and promote the best person for the job, no matter their background. In doing so, Rubrik is committed to correcting systemic processes and cultural norms that have prevented equal representation. This means we review our current efforts with the intent to offer fair hiring, promotion, and compensation opportunities to people from historically underrepresented communities, and strive to create a company culture where all employees feel they can bring their authentic selves to work and be successful.

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