Information Security Engineer
Hyde Park Campus
44450 ITS Operations & Service Management
About the Unit
The University of Chicago has a rapidly growing security program with many opportunities for a motivated person to work in a variety of roles and many technical areas. This position is responsible for:
- providing incident response, information security assessment, monitoring, and system administration under the general direction of the Information Security Officer and the Lead Information Security Engineer.
- 30% Execute IT Security Network Monitoring and Incident Response procedures.
- 25% Lead and/or participate in IT Security projects.
- 25% Administer IT Security systems, including updates, backups, and upgrades.
- 5% Consult, advise, and provide security assessment services to application development or acquisition projects to assess security requirements and controls and to ensure that security controls are implemented as planned.
- 5% Research security issues and contribute to IT Security communications, web pages, blogs, and awareness materials.
- 5% Document internal processes, write security standards and guidelines.
- 5% Other duties as assigned.
- Excellent communication skills, especially in conveying technical concepts to a non-technical audience required.
- Ability to diagnose complex technical problems required.
- Ability to work independently and manage projects required.
- Ability to handle multiple tasks and substantial deadline pressure required.
- Ability to handle emergency situations and infrastructure maintenance outside of normal business hours required.
- Ability to participate in evening and weekend on-call rotations is required.
- Some travel required.
Education, Experience, or Certifications:
- Bachelor's degree or a minimum of four years of experience in the Information Technology field or an equivalent combination of education and experience required.
- Minimum two years of professional experience in a technical Information Security role required.
- Experience administering linux/unix systems is required.
- An in-depth understanding of TCP/IP networking and related networking concepts required.
- Experience administering Windows systems is preferred. Experience with programming or scripting languages such as Perl or Python strongly preferred.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
- Standard office environment.
- Ability to sit for short or extended time periods.
- Ability to extensively use computer.
- Ability to make repetitive wrist, hand, or finger movements
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be under the Resume/CV section of the application
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