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Senior Manager, Information Security

Accolade, Inc.

This is a Contract position in Princeton, NJ posted November 21, 2021.

Accolade is a personalized health and benefits solution that dramatically improves the experience, outcomes and cost of healthcare for employers, health plans and their members.

With a unique blend of compassionate advisors, clinical experts and intelligent technologies, we engage individuals and families in their health, establish trust, and influence their decisions at every stage of care.

Accolade connects the widest array of personal health data and programs to present a single point of contact to the most effective health and benefits resources, while coordinating with providers at every step.

Accolade consistently achieves 70 and higher Net Promoter Scores, 98% consumer satisfaction ratings, and up to 15% employer cost savings.

Accolade has been recognized as one of the nation’s 25 most promising companies by Forbes, a fastest-growing private healthcare company by Inc.

5000, and is consistently rated a Top Workplace across the country.

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Job Description Role overview Please note that only candidates local to the Seattle, WA area will be considered at this time.

The Senior Manager, Information Security, reporting to the Chief Information Security Officer is responsible for helping to ensure the alignment of the information security and compliance programs with business activities and initiatives and reinforces the message that security and compliance are top priorities at Accolade.

This position includes the ability to build cross-departmental partnerships with all levels of employees at Accolade, and the ability to support a consistent approach to decision making and risk mitigation.

A day in the life… Define and execute new compliance initiatives (SOX, SOC-2HITRUST, HITRUST) and manage our current initiatives (SOC-2, HIPAA) across all business units of the organization Define and execute third party security diligence and Risk Management processes in partnership with Legal, Sales and our Partnership organization Assist in the development, deployment and communication of operational policies, procedures and standards to our Product and Technology organization Maintain security diligence programs for both prospective customers and partners Perform regular policy audits and keep policies up-to-date and relevant to changing business and technology needs Perform regular access control audits, configuration management audits, and ensure alignment with compliance objectives (HITRUST, HIPAA, etc) Work with a cross-functional team including Engineering, IT, Architecture, HR, and Legal to ensure compliance of outlined policies and procedures laid out by the information security and legal teams Coordinate with the Legal team to ensure technical enforcement of privacy regulations (CCPA, etc.) Analyze and improve the efficiency, scalability, and reliability of our security controls Develop and monitor custom compliance dashboards meet daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly audit requirements Report audit findings and make recommendations to CISO, GC, CFO and CTO on communicating and remediation Conduct extensive research on market trends with respect to new security threats, compliance frameworks, and certifications Qualifications What we are looking for… Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or equivalent work experience 5-8 years of experience, with at least 3 in an internal or third-party audit capacity Experience performing or participating in IT audits Ability to effectively communicate with HR, IT, business managers, senior management, and executives Candidate will understand the role of security controls, audit controls, risk treatment plans, as well as knowledge of privacy and information security concerns raised by regulations, including: GLBA, SOX, HIPAA, FISMA Demonstrated project management skills Strong work ethic, excellent verbal and written communication skills Self-starter, self-motivated, pro-active and able to handle concurrent activities Excellent interpersonal skills and a positive attitude Where permitted by applicable law, candidates must have received or be willing to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by date of hire to be considered, if not currently employed by Accolade, Inc.

The Company will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified employees with disabilities or for a sincerely held religious belief.

Please note that a request for exemption due to a personal preference not to receive a vaccine is not protected by law.

All requests for exemptions from this mandate shall be directed to the Company recruiter who shall route the request to the Company’s human resources department.

Additional Information What is important to us Creating an enduring company that is hyper-focused on our culture and making a meaningful impact in the lives of our employees, members and customers.

The secret to our success is: We find joy and purpose in serving others Making a difference in our members’ and customers’ lives is what we do.

Even when it’s hard, we do the right thing for the right reasons.

We are strong individually and together, we’re powerful Trusting in our colleagues and embracing their different backgrounds and experiences enable us to solve tough problems in creative ways, having fun along the way.

We roll up our sleeves and get stuff done Results motivate us.

And we aren’t afraid of the hard work or tough decisions needed to get us there.

We’re boldly and relentlessly reinventing healthcare We’re curious and act big not afraid to knock down barriers or take calculated risks to change the world, one person at a time.

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.