You are obsessed with transforming the experience of our customers and associates as well as achieving operational scale and efficiency. You challenge the status quo with the courage to drive towards bold solutions. You foster innovation in the team, adjust quickly to new information, and effectively lead change in the organization. Your critical thinking and ability to understand complex problems enables you to resolve business challenges with new solutions and ways of working.The Support You Receive:
We want to ensure your success as you take on this new leadership role and have everything you need beginning day one. New leaders will go through an onboarding program focused on giving leaders the skills needed prior to leading their team and will also receive continued development throughout their leadership career.Our Investments in You:
We believe it is important to approach life holistically. Our benefit programs are crafted to help you and your loved ones strike the right balance. Sound too good to be true? See for yourself and learn more about our benefits offerings:
We continuously strive for a diverse and inclusive workplace where we respect and value our associates for their unique perspectives and experiences.
Safety is our top priority, so this role will be fully remote for the short term. Once we can be together in person with fewer safety measures, this role will move to our dynamic working approach. You'll be spending some of your time onsite depending on the nature and needs of your role.
Dynamic working – post pandemic
Our aim is to combine the best of working offsite with coming together in person. For most teams this means a consistent balance of working from home and office that supports the needs of your role, experience level, and working style.
Your success and growth is important to us, so you’ll want to enjoy the benefits of coming together in person – face to face learning and training, quality time with your manager and teammates, building your career network, making friends, and taking full advantage of cultural and social experiences Fidelity provides for you.
Learn More: Dynamic Working
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Fidelity Investments is a privately held company with a mission
to strengthen the financial well-being of our clients.
We help people invest and plan for their future. We assist companies and non-profit organizations in delivering benefits to their employees. And we provide institutions and independent advisors with investment and technology solutions to help invest their own clients’ money.
At Fidelity, you’ll find endless opportunities to build a meaningful career that positively impacts peoples’ lives, including yours. You can take advantage of flexible benefits that support you through every stage of your career, empowering you to thrive at work and at home. Honored with a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award, we have been recognized by our employees as a Best Place to Work in 2022. And you don’t need a finance background to succeed at Fidelity—we offer a range of opportunities for learning so you can build the career you’ve always imagined.
Many of our associates are continuing to work remotely temporarily due to COVID-19. When Fidelity employees eventually return to the office, our goal is for most people to work flexibly in a way that balances both personal and business needs with time onsite and offsite through what we’re calling "Dynamic Working."
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Fidelity Investments is an equal opportunity employer. We believe that the most effective way to attract, develop and retain a diverse workforce is to build an enduring culture of inclusion and belonging.
Fidelity will reasonably accommodate applicants with disabilities who need adjustments to participate in the application or interview process. To initiate a request for an accommodation, contact the HR Leave of Absence/Accommodation Team by sending an email to accommodations @fmr.com, or by calling 800-835-5099, prompt 2, option 3.
Solutions³ LLC is supporting our prime contractor and their U.S. Government customer on a large mission-critical development and sustainment program to design, build, deliver, and operate their network operations environment; including introducing new cyber capabilities to address emerging threats
To support this effort, Solutions³ LLC is seeking a Security Operations Center Lead . The SOC Lead will lead a team of security engineers with extensive technical experience in enterprise data networks, systems engineering and architecture, security monitoring, capacity planning, systems engineering, cloud infrastructure, and troubleshooting. The team’s primary mission is to manage SOC and incident response teams by delivering and operating critical network threat detection and forensics services. The services include IDS/IPS, SIEM, case management, and packet capture.Responsibilities Include :
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