We’re looking for an experienced, business driven and tech-savvy Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) to join our team in Helsinki. As CISO, you’ll lead information security in a business combining cutting edge laboratory technology with software, science and health.
Information processing is a fundamental part of Nightingale’s business. Protecting our information assets and complying with the highest standards and regulation in data protection and healthcare is imperative to us. As CISO, you would lead the continuous improvement and implementation of our company-wide information security management program. You would work in close collaboration with our quality management team, legal team, R&D and HR identifying, evaluating and reporting information security risks. You would also be involved in designing smart new ways to work so that the security risks are minimized while keeping the day-to-day work of our teams fluent and comfortable.
You would need to have a technical background and a general understanding of the many aspects related to information security, including computer systems and networks, business processes, physical security, threat awareness, risk management, regulations and audits. Most importantly, the position requires ability to communicate even complex subjects understandably for different teams and the management. You would have a clear vision of information security as a whole and as a critical part of Nightingale’s business.
The position is a full-time field position based in Helsinki and available immediately.
If you’re interested in joining our flock, please fill your information and attach your CV and cover letter here.
Inquiries about the position can be sent to our Chief Legal Officer Minja Salmio, firstname.lastname[at]nightingalehealth.com
Nightingale Health is one Finland’s fastest growing biotech companies with over 60 team members and customers in 20 countries. We develop pioneering solutions that focus on active prevention of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. We reveal unique molecular insights that are invisible using standard technologies. The broader visibility allows us to predict the future risk of a person developing a chronic disease. Knowing the risk means having the ability to make a positive impact on health. We believe that rather than solely treatment, health should be about keeping people healthy. We’re also a bunch of lovable, welcoming people with a sense of humor and an ambitious attitude.