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IT Compliance Analyst

ID:  3547
Function:  Information Technology

North Reading, MA, US

We are the global test and automation specialists, powering next-generation technologies through sophisticated solutions. Behind every electronic device you use, Teradyne's test technology ensures your device works right the first time, every time! Our portfolio of automation solutions help manufacturers to develop and deliver products quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively. Together, Teradyne companies deliver manufacturing automation across industries and applications around the world!.



IT Compliance Analyst


As an IT compliance analyst, you will assist in the assessment of technology-related compliance issues across the organization including information security, identity management, user access, configuration management and data integrity. This includes working with systems owners and administrators to identify, document and monitor current risks and controls.



The successful candidate will monitor and measure ongoing compliance with regulations, interpret regulatory and business requirements and their impact on technology decisions, and communicate IT requirements and expectations to impacted business areas. They will work collaboratively with IT and business teams to identify and manage compliance requirements to help meet stakeholder expectations.



  • Monitor activities of assigned IT areas to ensure compliance with internal policies and procedures including configuration, account, and activity reviews.
  • Triage Change Management issues and provide recommendations consistent with maintaining compliance standards and business operations.
  • Identify creative solutions that minimize both compliance risk and resources required to comply and impact to business operations.
  • Drive proactive corrective action where required.
  • Coordinate the creation, review and implementation of policies and procedures resulting from audit findings or changes in regulations.
  • Contribute to and/or prepare training materials to ensure compliance requirements are met.
  • Apply and interpret audit and compliance requirements for team members.
  • Coordinate internal business unit audits and interact with external auditors on matters related to audits of the organization’s internal controls.


Basic Qualifications, Skills and Education Required:

  • Bachelor of Science in a technology related discipline.
  • 3-5 years experience in Information Technology/Information Security (prefer within high tech industry)
  • Knowledge of policies and procedures related to CMMC, ITAR/CUI regulations, GDPR, CCPA ,  and SOX preferred.
  • Analytical mindset with excellent organizational skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills with the ability to communicate compliance related concepts to a broad range of technical and non-technical staff.
  • Successful experience working, collaborating, and establishing credibility and relationships across the company.
  • Ability to escalate issues at the right time/level and ability to bring teams together to resolve issues in a productive manner.
  • ISACA certification (CISA, CRISC, or CISM) desirable.





ITAR Restriction: All candidates for this ITAR restricted position must be one of the following: US Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident, Asylee, Refugee or otherwise lawfully admitted under an amnesty program.

FOUO Designation:  This position may require access to work under Federal Contracts under the "For Official Use Only" designation, and as such, you may be limited to access such programs if you are not a US citizen or if you have dual citizenship

The above listed position may involve access to export controlled technology and may be subject to export licensing requirements prior to employment.

Nearest Major Market: Boston

Job Segment: Compliance, Law, Change Management, Information Security, Legal, Management, Technology