[unisog] University Information Security Officer Position at Georgetown

Ardoth Hassler hasslera at georgetown.edu
Wed Jan 12 15:17:50 GMT 2005

*Georgetown University, located in NW Washington, DC, seeks to fill the 
position of University Information Security Officer. The position is 
part of the Office of Information Services and reports to the VP/CIO.  A 
copy of the job posting is below. The position is open until filled, 
though we are currently conducting interviews. To apply, go to:



Job No: 2004-0904E*
*Job Title: University Information Security Officer*
*Department: Information Services*
*Grade/Level: (13 ) *
*Date Posted: November 01, 2004*
This position is responsible for assessing and monitoring the security 
of Georgetown University's computers, networks, data, and personal 
workstations, and for educating, advising, and training designated 
university liaisons on procedures for ensuring the continued security of 
these systems and data. Other responsibilities include developing and 
monitoring practices to ensure that GU's systems and information held 
electronically is secure from unauthorized access, protected from 
inappropriate alteration, physically secure, and available to authorized 
users in a timely manner; training in and dissemination of security 
policies and practices as well as developing strategies and plans, in 
concert with GU's Business Continuity Plans, to provide for timely 
business resumption in the event a serious disruption. Works 
collaboratively with the NetID office to assure that the administration 
of access to secure systems is maintained. Requirements include a 
Bachelor's Degree and five to ten years experience in the field and 
knowledge of audit procedures. Master's degree may substitute for 
experience. Professional security certification is required. As the 
technical lead in investigations, candidates are expected to have 
extensive Unix systems administration skills and a thorough 
understanding of wired and wireless IP networking; in-depth knowledge of 
operating systems including but not limited to: Solaris, HP Unix, Linux, 
and Microsoft Windows environments; in-depth knowledge of security 
policies and procedures and network systems appropriate to large-scale 
installations in university environments is essential. Familiarity with 
local, State, and Federal regulations is a plus. Excellent interpersonal 
and communications, collaborative, and negotiating skills required.

Ardoth Hassler
Associate Vice President for
  University Information Services
Georgetown University
405 St. Mary's
Washington, DC 20057
hasslera at georgetown.edu

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