Responsibilities: Provides assistance to ensure the existence of a highly secure technology environment for the institution and responsible for the overall development, implementation, and management of the Institute’s information security strategy; developing and refining information technology standards, procedures, and policies and implementing the necessary control mechanisms to ensure compliance to create a highly respected, robust Information Security Program for the Institute; creating and implementing an institute-wide information technology awareness program; installing, configuring, managing, and monitoring intrusion detection/prevention systems; implementing standards and procedures for vulnerability assessments of campus technologies and enacting action plans to remove vulnerabilities; conducting proactive information technology risk assessments throughout campus; knowing, understanding, and keeping pace with the current active IT threat profiles and understand how these threats will impact the Institute.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in an appropriate technical discipline with at least three years’ experience in the field of information technology security required; Master’s degree preferred; experience in a higher education environment in the role of information security professional preferred; Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) credentials preferred; experience collaborating with technical professionals and working in a team environment; experience in specifying, planning, and procuring information technology; experience working with vendors.
Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications. Competitive fringe benefits package offered for this full-time position.
Applications: Only online applications/resumes will be accepted at: https://jobs.rose-hulman.edu until position is filled. Contact Human Resources at 812-877-8176 for questions. EEO/AA
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is a private college of science, mathematics, and engineering with approximately 2300 undergraduate students. Technology is used extensively as an aid to learning. Rose-Hulman was recently ranked number one for the nineteenth consecutive year by U.S. News & World Report among engineering schools that do not offer a Ph.D. program.