We are an integrated energy player. We contribute not only to the entire oil and gas value chain, but we are also proud to have an active role on the energy paradigm shift, through the expansion of our renewable energy generation businesses. We are the largest Iberian producer of solar energy and the leader of our sector in the main global sustainability indexes.

Working at Galp is about bringing more energy to the world. Is about having the ambition to build the future in a sector that is going through a deep transformation, being even more efficient and sustainable.

We are 4 geographies, 49 nationalities and more than 6.000 experiences waiting to be shared.  We value and encourage our people to boost their progress through continuous improvement and innovation, promoting opportunities in different business areas and geographies.

We are looking for people with strength, passion, determination and vision to be part of our growth. Will you accept the challenge?



Cyber Risk Specialist  



The Cyber Risk Specialist will work closely with the Head of Cyber Risk Management towards fostering Galp’s Cyber Resilience, supporting the team in identifying and monitoring cyber risks and translate those risks into operational/business risks on the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM ) Framework. She/He will be able to think outside of the box in order to operate effectively in an ever-changing cyber risks landscape. 


What you'll do:

  • Identify and address cyber risks broadly at the enterprise level;
  • Raise awareness of the balance between the benefits of technology and external partners (on the one hand), and the potential impact of cyberthreats, internal control failures, and risk introduced by vendors, suppliers and partners (on the other hand);
  • Integrate the management of cyber risk into overall ERM processes;
  • Connect management of cyber risk to business or mission objectives;
  • Facilitate comprehensive, holistic, risk-aware decision making at the enterprise level;
  • Guide the enterprise risk response whenever cyber risk exceeds tolerance.


What you'll need:

  • Degree in Computer Engineering (or similar);
  • ISACA Certifications CRISC, CISM, CISA or similar will be a plus;
  • 7 to 10 years experience in Cyber Risk/IT Risk area;
  • Knowledge of NIST and COBIT Frameworks and ITIL;
  • Knowledge of security systems and latest security trends;
  • Understanding digital native and emerging technologies;
  • Pragmatic approach in identifying, mitigating and resolving risks;
  • Excellent organization, time management, problem-solving skills and attention to detail;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
  • Fluent in English;
  • Resilient and Can-do attitude “The difficult is done at once, the impossible takes a little longer”;
  • Ability to work as part of a team – “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together ”.



Deadline for applications

January, 22, 2021



Diversity Commitment

At Galp, we promote equality of opportunity and treatment of people regardless of gender, religion or belief, disability, age, sexual orientation, and race. We believe that equality creates value and strengthens a Group culture.

I joined Galp/Petrogal in 2014 and since then I have worked with Potiguar offshore assets. In my second year in the company, I also became TCR of these assets and could understand a little more beyond the technical area. It has been years of intensive learning, with meetings, hours in front of the workstation, oil wells monitoring and sometimes participation in other projects, such as evaluation of other assets, which makes me very happy to have the possibility to see new areas, different geologies and perhaps the possibility of helping the company to increase its portfolio with good opportunities ...

Simultaneously to my professional growth, I experienced the change of the company's management, the headquarters to Rio de Janeiro, values ​​and mission. It was years of courses, a lot of work, learning and guidance to fit to a new way of working. Among the positive aspects of working at Galp/ Petrogal, I highlight the company care of its employees, always humanized and understanding that in certain moments of life are necessary the partnership among colleagues, work recognition and a solid portfolio. Still on the relationship with colleagues, I can say that most of the time is collaborative, there is always someone willing to help you with a good idea or sit next to you to discuss a problem in order to solve it.

Patricia Takayama