We’re Hiring: IT and Cybersecurity Consultant

As the IT and Cybersecurity Consultant at AmCham, you will lead the development and execution of the organization’s IT Security strategy while aligning it with broader organizational goals. This role is pivotal in driving innovation and ensuring the effective utilization of technology to support AmCham’s strategic objectives.

The American Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan (台灣美國商會 ) is the most impactful and influential NGO in Taiwan, with about 1,200 members from more than 580 companies in the global business community. The staff group of AmCham office is about 25 people.


  • Assess current IT infrastructure and security posture.
  • Identify new risks, vulnerabilities, and areas for improvement.
  • Develop a scalable and flexible security architecture.
  • Integrate controls and technologies to mitigate risks.
  • Create an implementation roadmap with timelines and milestones.
  • Define roles for internal team and third-party collaborators.
  • Develop incident response and disaster recovery plans.
  • Prepare and present budgets for security solutions.
  • Implement security protocols according to the roadmap.
  • Monitor progress and effectiveness of security measures.
  • Train internal teams on security measures and best practices.
  • Coordinate communication on security and emergency response.
  • Prepare regular and final reports for leadership.

Scope of Work:

  • Conduct a thorough assessment of the current IT infrastructure.
  • Collaborate with third parties to gather insights and data.
  • Document existing security measures and protocols.
  • Ensure the architecture supports future growth.
  • Present plans and budget requests to key stakeholders.
  • Provide training and support to the internal team.
  • Compile comprehensive documentation for security architecture and implementation.
  • Develop emergency response and data governance documentation.
  • Coordinate and command emergency response measures.
  • Prepare reports summarizing the project’s outcome and future recommendations.

Required Education & Experience:

  • Fluent in English
  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • 5-10 years of experience, with increasing levels of accountability.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of regulatory and risk management requirements.
  • Strong collaboration, negotiation, and problem-solving skills.
  • Experience managing third-party vendors.


  • Industry-relevant CISO certifications or security audit qualifications

Desired Education & Experience:

Advanced degree in a related field.

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, expected annual compensation to Hannah Wu at [email protected].

職位: <兼職> IT及資訊安全顧問


台灣最具影響力的外商非營利社團法人-台灣美國商會(American Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan)。擁有來自全球商界約1,200名會員,來自超過580家公司。台灣美國商會辦公室的員工團隊約有25人。


  • 評估目前的IT 基礎設施和資訊安全狀況。
  • 辨識新的風險、漏洞和需要改進的領域。
  • 開發可擴展且靈活的安全架構。
  • 整合控制和技術以降低風險。
  • 建立包含時間表和里程碑的實施計畫表。
  • 定義內部團隊和第三方協作者的角色。
  • 制定事件應變和災難復原計畫。
  • 準備並提交安全解決方案的預算。
  • 依據計畫表實施安全協議。
  • 監控安全措施的進展和有效性。
  • 對內部團隊進行安全措施和最佳實務的訓練。
  • 協調安全和緊急應變方面的溝通。
  • 為領導階層準備定期和最終報告。


  • 對目前IT 基礎設施進行全面評估。
  • 與第三方合作收集見解和數據。
  • 記錄現有的安全措施和協議。
  • 確保架構支援未來的成長。
  • 向主要利害關係人提出計劃和預算請求。
  • 為內部團隊提供培訓和支援。
  • 編寫安全架構和實施的綜合文件。
  • 定緊急應變和資料治理文件。
  • 協調及指揮緊急應變措施。
  • 準備報告,總結專案成果和未來建議。



  • 英文流利。
  • 相關領域的學士學位或同等的教育資格或經歷。
  • 5-10年的相關工作經驗,責任逐年增加。
  • 具備法規和風險管理要求的知識。
  • 良好的溝通、談判和解決問題的能力。
  • 具有管理第三方供應商的經驗。


  • 具行業相關的CISO認證或安全審計資格



意者請務必將 1) 自我推薦信、2) 中、英文履歷及 3) 預期年薪等相關資料寄給Hannah Wu [email protected]

The 2024 Hsieh Nien Fan Marks Endings and Beginnings

Taipei Marriott Hotel was bustling on March 28 as 800 members, guests, and government officials gathered to celebrate AmCham Taiwan’s 56th annual Hsieh Nien Fan banquet.  

The Hsieh Nien Fan serves as a way for the Chamber to thank its partners in the Taiwan government for their cooperation and support. It’s also a prime demonstration of AmCham’s influence, vitality, and commitment to the U.S.-Taiwan economic and trade relationship. A key message that echoed across the evening’s three speeches was that this year will be one of substantial action to further the bilateral relationship.  

AmCham Chairperson Dan Silver at the 2024 Hsieh Nien Fan.

Delivering the opening remarks, AmCham Taiwan Chairperson Dan Silver urged Taiwan to take full advantage of the spotlight currently shining on it, emphasizing the need for regulatory reform to create a more open, investment-friendly, and agile business environment that solidifies Taiwan’s global economic position.   

Taiwan has positioned itself as a leader willing and able to foster closer relationships with like-minded partners, ensuring strength through prosperity,” he said. We hope that Taiwan continues to innovate and expand its industries, propelling its economy toward the future its people deserve.” 

As this year’s Hsieh Nien Fan was the last for both President Tsai Ing-wen and Director of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) Sandra Oudkirk in their current capacities, Silver took the opportunity to thank them for their outstanding contributions. He commended Oudkirk for promoting diversity and inclusion, women in business, and U.S.-Taiwan cybersecurity collaboration. Silver also expressed the Chamber’s deep appreciation for President Tsai, acknowledging her as a distinguished global leader. 

Through active engagement and with an open mind, your administration has been a tremendous friend to AmCham,” said Silver. You have continuously demonstrated your commitment to our members. For that, and for your outstanding leadership, we extend our sincere thanks.” 

AmCham prompted the AI-generated gift by combining parts indicating
President Tsai’s accomplishments over her two terms in office,
including human rights, energy, and strengthened U.S.-Taiwan relations,
with more personal aspects such as cats and drip coffee.

Upholding a two-decades-long tradition, President Tsai provided the evening’s keynote remarks. She praised Silver’s efforts during his previous tenure as Chairperson in 2016, noting his substantial contributions to improving Taiwan’s regulatory environment. I am sure that his leadership and action will help make the business environment here in Taiwan even more friendly,” she said.  

Tsai further recognized AmCham President Patrick P. Lin’s impressive record in international business, adding that she looks forward to seeing Lin draw on his experience to push U.S.-Taiwan relations even further.  

While no one can tell what the future has in store, I am confident that Taiwan will continue to stay on the right path and keep the political and economic landscape stable and secure,” Tsai said. We will advance steadily onwards, thanks to the solid foundations that you all helped to lay.”  

President Tsai also took the opportunity to express her gratitude and say goodbye to AmCham members at the event. I look forward to seeing the efforts we have made together in resolving the issue of double taxation between Taiwan and the U.S., producing concrete results,” she said. For that, I remain optimistic and must give a special thanks to AmCham for its consistent advocacy through such channels as the White Paper.”   

As President-elect Lai Ching-te assumes the presidency in May, he takes on a national project of making Taiwan more democratic, ambitious, innovative, prosperous, just, and sustainable, Tsai noted.  

Through that project, he hopes to continue the story of Taiwan’s democratic success and make it a source of pride to the world,” said Tsai. I’m sure that as we continue down the road of freedom and democracy, Taiwan and AmCham will continue to reach new achievements and set even higher goals.” 


AmCham borrowed themes from AIT Director Oudkirk’s home state of Florida as well as Taiwanese elements, featuring icons of the U.S-Taiwan relationship, such as semiconductor chips, international trade, and innovation. Director Oudkirk’s favorite American treat, pecan pie, can be found on the right.

Taking the stage next, Director Oudkirk highlighted numerous milestones in U.S.-Taiwan collaboration over the past year. She mentioned accomplishments such as the inaugural U.S.-Taiwan Science and Technology Cooperation Dialogue, the signing of the first agreement under the U.S.-Taiwan Initiative on 21st Century Trade, significant delegations from Taiwan to the United States during the APEC summit, and a record 39 visits by members of Congress to Taiwan. 

U.S. companies continue to showcase their dedication to the Taiwan market. As examples, Oudkirk named long-term investors like Micron and FedEx Express, as well as newcomers making their mark, such as U.S. e-commerce platform Coupang and energy storage provider Fluence. 

AIT Director Oudkirk, President Tsai, and AmCham Chairperson Silver
toast to health and prosperity in the coming year.

Each of these companies has demonstrated through their expanded presence here in the past few months that they increasingly find value in Taiwan as an investment destination,” Oudkirk said. Of course, investment flows both ways, and we similarly welcome Taiwan’s investments in the United States.” 

AIT has great plans for 2024, Oudkirk said, noting that it will continue to collaborate with AmCham and other partners to bolster Taiwan’s cyber and energy resilience. We hope that through building these industry partnerships, we will lay the foundation for commercial and research collaboration that will lift both economies and further link our industries and the number of next-generation technologies.” 

Joining President Tsai were a number of high-ranking Taiwanese central and local government officials, including Vice President-elect Hsiao Bi-khim, Secretary-General to the President Lin Chia-lung, Legislative Yuan Vice President Chiang Chi-chen, Secretary-General of the National Security Council Wellington Koo, Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Wu, Minister of Health and Welfare Hsueh Jui-yuan, Minister of the Interior Lin Yu-chang, Minister of Justice Tsai Ching-hsiang, Minister of Finance Chuang Tsui-yun, Minister of Environment Shieu Fuh-sheng, Minister without Portfolio John Deng, and National Development Council Minister Kung Ming-hsin. Representation from local governments included Taipei Mayor Chiang Wan-an, New Taipei City Mayor Hou Yu-ih, and Taichung Mayor Lu Shiow-yen. 

AmCham Taiwan appreciates the support from the following member companies:

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We’re Hiring: Management Strategy Associate

Position Summary

The American Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan (AmCham) is looking for a contract-based Management Strategy Associate who can research, evaluate performance, identify areas for improvement, while developing well thought-out strategies and clear execution plans presentable to all stakeholders. The primary role of the candidate will be to analyze AmCham’s existing procedures as well exploring potential growth areas. In this position, the candidate will work closely with directors and other leaders throughout AmCham to address challenges and implement process enhancements that align with AmCham’s objectives. The expertise and guidance of the candidate will play a pivotal role in streamlining operations and facilitating AmCham’s ongoing success. The ideal candidate is a detail-oriented professional with strong analytical abilities and a passion for driving organizational improvement. Join AmCham’s team and contribute to collective efforts in achieving the Chamber’s vision.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Strategic Thinking – Taking ideas and developing them into clear strategies with execution plans that can be presented to key decisionmakers
  • Understanding internal and external problems to be solved and developing solutions.
  • Gathering relevant information and data through research
  • Compiling reports, creating, and giving presentations
  • Meet with decision-makers and garner support.
  • Developing and making standard operating procedures to key working projects of each department


  • High proficiency in both verbal and written English and Mandarin is essential.
  • Proven work experience as a management consultant, research fellow, corporate strategist, or similar role
  • Highly motivated, committed, and flexible when dealing with changing priorities and strict deadlines.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Experience working with different departments throughout an organization.
  • Impeccable ethics

Desired qualifications

  • 1-3 years of experience in a top-tier management consulting firm or similar corporate function
  • Familiarity with non-profit organizations and operations
  • Comfortable with uncertainty and fast-paced working environments
  • Previous track-record of managing a team and fundraising.


On a contract basis for six to twelve months.


In line with relevant experience.


Please send your resume to Hannah Wu at [email protected].