PROJECT MANAGER MUST BE BASED IN MOROCCO:
Project Manager is a key personnel position under this contract. The Project Manager will be responsible for project management, performance and completion of tasks and delivery orders. He or she will establish and monitor project plans and schedules and will have full authority to allocate resources to insure that the established and agreed upon plans and schedules are met. The project manager will manage the project’s
costs, technical work, risks, and quality. He or she will also establish and maintain contact with the client, subcontractors (if applicable), and project team members. The project manager will ensure that all activities conform to the terms and conditions of the Contract.
The Project Manager must hold a Bachelor’s degree (Masters preferred) in management,
engineering, or business administration and formal certification (preferred) in a project management standard such a Project Management Professional (Project Management Institute) or PRINCE2 Practitioner. The Project Manager should have at least five (5) years of information system deployment and project management experience and at least two (2) years of experience as a project manager deploying similar information systems
within the oil and gas industry.
INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY ENGINEER MUST BE BASED IN MOROCCO:
The Contractor shall conduct a security risk assessment based on system architecture and external interfaces to identify potential security risks. Based on security requirements in the SRSD, the Contractor shall document the known risks and create mitigation plans and procedures for maintaining a secure environment. Each service (example VPN, FTP, SSH,
etc.) available on each external interface shall be covered. System access controls, data protection, system security-related configurations and information exchange requirements shall be addressed. The Plan will also describe backup and recovery capabilities and recommended procedures as well as any impacts on the client’s
network devices such as firewalls and routers. For each security requirement listed in the SRSD, the Security Plan shall identify the matching security design feature or operational procedure. The Security Plan will be developed by a competent Information Systems Security Engineer. This individual should have hands-on experience conducting analyses and developing network systems and information security practices, including operating systems, applications, TCP/IP, security architecture, multi-level security, intrusion detection, virus detection and control, and vulnerability assessments. He or she should hold a Bachelor’s degree and relevant industry certifications as well as three or more years of experience in information systems security.