Security and Compliance

Family Description


Roles in this job family are accountable for the development, implementation, and monitoring of tools and processes that protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability security of all State IT and compliance with all relevant laws and policies.

Jobs and Descriptions


Cybersecurity Analyst I

First-level Security and Compliance position that works within the framework of established security and compliance policies and procedures. Conducts monitoring of data security and implements controls as directed. Assists in firewall configuration. Conducts data security remediation such as security patching. Reviews data logs and activities and notifies more senior staff of “exceptions.” Delivers security awareness training. Provides input to the preparation of disaster recovery plans. Prepares documentation for all actions taken.

Typically requires Bachelor’s Degree and 0-2 years of relevant experience.
OCCU: 9540
Pay Grade: IT04


Cybersecurity Analyst II

Second-level professional position accountable for performing a wide range of security procedures and processes necessary to ensure the safety of information systems and assets and protect systems and data from intentional or inadvertent access or destruction. Ensures that users understand and adhere to the necessary procedures and processes to maintain security. Conducts audits for regulatory and standards compliance. Provides input into the development of security policies. Prepares disaster recovery plans. Designs and delivers security compliance training. Conducts IT data and security forensic investigations. Requires knowledge of domain structures, user authentication and digital signatures. Requires in depth knowledge of intrusion detection and internet architecture. Provides advice to management on “balance” between business needs and data security. Provides moderately complex technical support in relevant field of discipline. May serve as project lead and provides technical direction to lower level team members.

Typically requires a Bachelor’s Degree and 2-5+ years of IT experience with emphasis in security and compliance.
OCCU: 9541
Pay Grade: IT06


Cybersecurity Analyst III

Third-level professional position accountable for performing a wide range of complex security procedures and processes necessary to ensure the safety of information systems and assets and protect systems and data from intentional or inadvertent access or destruction. Ensures that users understand and adhere to the necessary procedures and processes to maintain security. Conducts the most complex audits for regulatory and standards compliance. Provides input into the development of security policies. Prepares disaster recovery plans. Designs and delivers high level security compliance training. Conducts complex IT data and security forensic investigations. Requires knowledge of domain structures, user authentication and digital signatures. Requires in depth knowledge of intrusion detection and internet architecture. Provides advice to management on “balance” between business needs and data security. May function as team lead or supervisor of lower-level positions.

Typically requires a Bachelor’s Degree and 5-8 + years of IT experience with emphasis in security and compliance.
OCCU: 9542
Pay Grade: IT08


Cybersecurity Analyst IV

Fourth-level professional position accountable for oversight of the technical, physical, and administrative security of information systems in assigned functional areas. Oversees the development and deployment of security technology and processes in designated functional area. Ensures data is safe from alteration and erasure. Manages the workload and deliverables for assigned resources. Frequent liaison with Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) to ensure work is performed in accordance with enterprise security standards. Oversees training of employees in data security. Provides complex technical support in relevant field of discipline. May serve as project lead or provide supervision and technical direction to lower level team members. Mentors less experienced staff.

Typically requires a Bachelor’s Degree and 7-10+ years of IT experience with emphasis in security and compliance.
OCCU: 9543
Pay Grade: IT10


Cybersecurity Analyst Team Lead

Supervisory/Managerial position accountable for security and compliance operations statewide or for a large or complex agency, responsible for overseeing the enhancement and maintenance of databases at the high end of complexity and high risk or impact for assigned organizational areas. Manages a security and compliance team and lower level of Security and Compliance professionals or technicians. Interacts with stakeholders and high level business users. Manages vendor relations.

Typically requires a Bachelor’s Degree and 10+ years of IT experience with emphasis in security and compliance.
OCCU: 9544
Pay Grade: IT11

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Information Technology Pay Plan

Information Technology Pay Plan

Grade

Min

Market

Max

12

$101,657.06

$127,071.33

$158,839.16

11

$90,765.23

$113,456.54

$141,820.68

10

$82,513.85

$103,142.31

$128,927.89

9

$73,673.08

$92,091.35

$115,114.19

8

$65,779.54

$82,224.42

$102,780.52

7

$60,906.98

$76,133.72

$95,167.15

6

$55,877.96

$69,847.45

$87,309.31

5

$50,798.15

$63,497.68

$79,372.10

4

$44,954.11

$56,192.64

$70,240.80

3

$40,137.60

$50,172.00

$62,715.00

2

$36,160.00

$45,200.00

$56,500.00

1

$32,000.00

$40,000.00

$50,000.00