GRC Analyst

Department: Legal Operations

Req ID: R34185

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GRC Analyst

  • Remote, United States
  • Remote, Florida, United States
  • Remote, Georgia, United States
  • Remote, Massachusetts, United States
  • Remote, North Carolina, United States
  • Full time

Citrix builds the secure digital workspace technology that frees 400,000 customers to do their very best work from anywhere. By joining our award-winning workplace, you’ll be included in the globally diverse, collaborative team that values work-life balance. Come see why Fortune named us one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For®. Let’s innovate and grow together!

What we're looking for:

The GRC Analyst owns working with multiple product lines and cross-functional teams to drive Governance, Risk, & Compliance initiatives that enhance Citrix value proposition and enable go-to-market strategy.  As a member of the Digital Risk team, you will gain exposure to all of Citrix GRC programs and the tooling that drives them.

The role focuses heavily on administration of One Trust and ZenGRC and is responsible for coordinating and executing business logic changes to align tool capabilities to desired business outcomes while simplifying use.  You will work on projects with interdependencies across multiple departments / functional leads and be charged with rallying the team around best practices.  Beyond tool administration you will be heavily involved in the entire GRC lifecycle across the company.

Job Description

  • Work with Product Managers, Architects, Engineering Program Managers, Release Managers, Security managers and other key contacts across the organization to facilitate requirements gathering, define success criteria, and build practical, efficient execution plans including, KPIs, KRIs, project milestones, and risks associated with execution
  • Execute business logic changes within OneTrust and ZenGRC through their complete lifecycle including any ongoing maintenance activities that may be required.
  • Maintain documentation of current system state
  • Integrate data between GCS tooling and other third-party tools including reporting systems like PowerBI
  • Monitor health and usage of GRC systems, adjust as needed
  • Develop and implement enhancements to reduced stakeholder fatigue and/or streamline system ease of use
  • Continuously review projects against plan searching for opportunities, risks, and dependencies and provide readouts on regular intervals to stakeholders and business leaders
  • Consult within the GRC function on best practice in tooling use/configuration, implement improvements as necessary
  • Evangelize program goals with stakeholders to gain consensus in line with business priorities
  • Work across multiple compliance programs/frameworks (FedRAMP, CMMC, NIST, FIPS, IRAP, SOC2, ISMAP, PCI-DSS, HIPAA, ISO, etc..) guiding the business to success
  • Use outputs from the GRC function to elevate visibility across the organization through standardized reports and dashboards
  • Lead special projects and perform other duties as assigned


  • 3-5 years of relevant work experience in data governance, privacy, risk management, regulatory compliance, information security, risk & control, and/or internal audit disciplines.
  • Strong working knowledge of technology and risk frameworks, information security and industry standards, regulatory requirements, and leading practices (ex. FedRAMP, CMMC, GDPR, COBIT, ISO27001, NIST CSF, PCI-DSS)
  • Ability to work with technical subject matter experts and translate technical, regulatory, and legal obligations into clear, actionable business requirements
  • Experience in developing, analyzing, and tracking key metrics and ability to work with tools for reporting KRI's/KPI's and follow-ups on actionable items
  • Ability to quickly develop a command of new concepts, frameworks, requirements and leading practices and complete multiple and diverse assignments with the highest level of quality
  • Understanding of how to balance practical business realities with risk mitigation needs


  • Bachelor’s degree or combination of education, certification, and work experience
  • At least 3 years work experience in information security, technology, or product compliance/certification
  • 1-2 years of product/program/project management in the field of technology, security, or compliance/certification (preferred)
  • Problem-solving, analytical, and organizational skills
  • Travel required ~10%

Functional Area:

Legal Operations

What you’re looking for:
Everyone is welcome at Citrix. We prioritize diversity, equity, inclusion, and a culture of belonging, and celebrate bringing our courageous, authentic selves to work. We believe this way of working helps us innovate, and it’s just one of the reasons why our employees continuously recognize Citrix as a great place to work.

Citrix helps make work more sustainable to benefit the planet, our business, and our communities. For more than 30 years, we have empowered individuals and organizations to work remotely or work from anywhere, reducing commuting emissions and energy consumption in the process. 

We are the #1 leader in Virtual Client Computing (VCC) and #2 in the Application Delivery Controller (ADC) space, and we have key partnerships with top cloud providers. We’ll give you the tools, learning opportunities, mentorship, and flexibility to achieve your goals. Come see why you belong at Citrix, with our culture supporting purposeful innovation and growth from within. 

The Benefits
We offer a competitive total rewards package* that includes:

  • 18 weeks of paid parental leave
  • Health and wellness benefits
  • Employee assistance program
  • Retirement benefits
  • Education assistance
  • Time off and absence programs
  • Professional development and mentorship opportunities
  • Paid volunteer time and charitable matching of employee donations
  • Employee resource groups
  • And more!

**Please note that benefits may vary based on location.

At Citrix, our employees perform extraordinary acts of creativity and service every day. We provide benefits and rewards that meet the diverse needs of our employees by offering competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and equitable rewards opportunities for all employees. In the state of Colorado, the salary for this role generally ranges from $71,507 -$89,384 but may vary depending on your qualifications including job-related education, training, experience, licensure, and certification, that could result at a level outside of this range. Certain roles are eligible for additional rewards, including annual bonus, sales incentives, and/or stock depending on the terms of the applicable plan and role as well as individual performance. Benefits may vary depending on the nature of your employment with Citrix and the country where you work. U.S. based employees are typically offered access to healthcare, life insurance and disability benefits, 401(k) plan and company match, employee stock purchase program (ESPP), and education assistance program, among others.

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