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Hi Folks,
Carnegie Mellon is looking to hire two Information Security Engineers.  I am pasting both postings into the body of this email as forwarded text below. 
To apply for these positions, please see the link in each description.

Thanks everyone!
Connie Deighan Eaton

Begin forwarded message:

From: Ted Pham <telamon@cmu.edu>
Subject: Job: Junior InfoSec Engineer - Monitoring/Incident Response/Admin - CMU
Date: May 4, 2013 3:06:47 PM EDT


I'm hiring for a junior level information security engineer focusing on day to day operations.  Some security admin or forensics experience is preferred.  But primarily I'm looking for someone with a solid understanding of network, web, email, application and operating system concepts; who is a quick study and who is motivated to learn on the job.

Title: Information Security Engineer-9530

Qualifications & Apply: https://cmu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=9530

Description:

Carnegie Mellon University's Information Security Office has an immediate need for an Information Security Engineer (ISE).

The Information Security Engineer (ISE) is responsible for monitoring, investigation, response and support tasks related to the operation of the University's information security program by:

- Monitoring and responding to network intrusion and vulnerability alerts raised by automated detection systems, internal & external reports and manual investigation

- Executing incident response procedures and Information Security Office (ISO) processes to identify computer security incidents, contain intrusions and recommend options for eradication & recovery all the while effectively communicating with both internal and external customers and escalating as necessary

- Investigating incident root cause & scope using host and network based forensics when called for by the incident response plan

- Assisting campus IT personnel technically and procedurally with incident handling and E-Discovery requests

- Handling service support requests for two factor authentication, virtual private networking, certificate authority and web proxies

- Providing documentation and announcements for security & abuse issues and current threats

- Working with University Counsel to obtain, interpret and search forensic evidence for legal cases and subpoena compliance (E-Discovery)

- Participating in 24x7 on call rotations for intrusion monitoring, incident response and infrastructure maintenance which may necessitate coming to campus at off-hours

- Sharing responsibility for maintaining documentation on all incidents and job related procedures

- Participating in projects within the ISO and providing consulting across the division and campus

- Occasionally working with other groups in the division to secure infrastructure as needed

- Potentially assessing systems for vulnerabilities in design and implementation as well as penetration testing of hosts and client/server & web applications

Carnegie Mellon embraces diversity as a core value - central and indivisible from the pursuit of intellectual and artistic excellence.


Ted Pham
Information Security Office
Carnegie Mellon University



Begin forwarded message:

From: Ted Pham <telamon@cmu.edu>
Subject: Job: Senior InfoSec Engineer - Best Practice/Pentest/Consult/Tools - CMU
Date: May 4, 2013 3:07:14 PM EDT
To: Connie Deighan Eaton <cdeaton@andrew.cmu.edu>


I'm hiring for a senior level information security engineer focusing on defining application/systems best practice, performing penetration testing & assessment, consulting internally and acquiring/developing/implementing tools.  Certification and education are a plus, but what I'm really looking for is a creative person with hard experience, who still wants to learn, who gets the big picture and who can motivate/mentor others to do the right thing.

Title: Senior Information Security Engineer-100018

Qualifications & Apply: https://cmu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=100018

Description:

Carnegie Mellon University's Information Security Office has an immediate need for a Senior Information Security Engineer (SISE).

The Senior Information Security Engineer (SISE) is responsible for architecture, design, and implementation tasks related to the deployment of the University information security program by:

- Creating and evangelizing best practices, guidelines and standards for application and system level data protection related to the development, acquisition and implementation of services, as well as secure coding techniques

- Performing attack and penetration tests, security assessments and audits of both new and existing systems and services against policies, best practices and procedures

- Providing technical consulting advice across the division and campus to ensure that security is factored into the evaluation, selection and configuration of hardware, applications and software

- Evaluating, building, implementing and/or supporting tools to enable security through automation, integration and aggregation while working with those operationally responsible for these tools and systems

- Maintaining awareness of emerging security technologies, trends and threats while making recommendations for use based on business value and driving changes needed for proper response

- Participating on the incident response team ensuring that incidents and actions for remediation are addressed and communicated in a timely fashion

- Having the ability to work on projects with minimal guidance from managers and assuming responsibility for the success of those projects

- Leading projects within the Information Security Office and providing direction & training to lower level staff

- Participating in 24x7 on call rotations for intrusion monitoring, incident response and infrastructure maintenance which may necessitate coming to campus at off-hours

Carnegie Mellon embraces diversity as a core value - central and indivisible from the pursuit of intellectual and artistic excellence.


Ted Pham
Information Security Office
Carnegie Mellon University

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

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Hi Folks,
Carnegie Mellon is looking to hire two Information Security Engineers.  I am pasting both postings into the body of this email as forwarded text below. 
To apply for these positions, please see the link in each description.

Thanks everyone!
Connie Deighan Eaton

Begin forwarded message:

From: Ted Pham <telamon@cmu.edu>
Subject: Job: Junior InfoSec Engineer - Monitoring/Incident Response/Admin - CMU
Date: May 4, 2013 3:06:47 PM EDT


I'm hiring for a junior level information security engineer focusing on day to day operations.  Some security admin or forensics experience is preferred.  But primarily I'm looking for someone with a solid understanding of network, web, email, application and operating system concepts; who is a quick study and who is motivated to learn on the job.

Title: Information Security Engineer-9530

Qualifications & Apply: https://cmu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=9530

Description:

Carnegie Mellon University's Information Security Office has an immediate need for an Information Security Engineer (ISE).

The Information Security Engineer (ISE) is responsible for monitoring, investigation, response and support tasks related to the operation of the University's information security program by:

- Monitoring and responding to network intrusion and vulnerability alerts raised by automated detection systems, internal & external reports and manual investigation

- Executing incident response procedures and Information Security Office (ISO) processes to identify computer security incidents, contain intrusions and recommend options for eradication & recovery all the while effectively communicating with both internal and external customers and escalating as necessary

- Investigating incident root cause & scope using host and network based forensics when called for by the incident response plan

- Assisting campus IT personnel technically and procedurally with incident handling and E-Discovery requests

- Handling service support requests for two factor authentication, virtual private networking, certificate authority and web proxies

- Providing documentation and announcements for security & abuse issues and current threats

- Working with University Counsel to obtain, interpret and search forensic evidence for legal cases and subpoena compliance (E-Discovery)

- Participating in 24x7 on call rotations for intrusion monitoring, incident response and infrastructure maintenance which may necessitate coming to campus at off-hours

- Sharing responsibility for maintaining documentation on all incidents and job related procedures

- Participating in projects within the ISO and providing consulting across the division and campus

- Occasionally working with other groups in the division to secure infrastructure as needed

- Potentially assessing systems for vulnerabilities in design and implementation as well as penetration testing of hosts and client/server & web applications

Carnegie Mellon embraces diversity as a core value - central and indivisible from the pursuit of intellectual and artistic excellence.


Ted Pham
Information Security Office
Carnegie Mellon University



Begin forwarded message:

From: Ted Pham <telamon@cmu.edu>
Subject: Job: Senior InfoSec Engineer - Best Practice/Pentest/Consult/Tools - CMU
Date: May 4, 2013 3:07:14 PM EDT
To: Connie Deighan Eaton <cdeaton@andrew.cmu.edu>


I'm hiring for a senior level information security engineer focusing on defining application/systems best practice, performing penetration testing & assessment, consulting internally and acquiring/developing/implementing tools.  Certification and education are a plus, but what I'm really looking for is a creative person with hard experience, who still wants to learn, who gets the big picture and who can motivate/mentor others to do the right thing.

Title: Senior Information Security Engineer-100018

Qualifications & Apply: https://cmu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=100018

Description:

Carnegie Mellon University's Information Security Office has an immediate need for a Senior Information Security Engineer (SISE).

The Senior Information Security Engineer (SISE) is responsible for architecture, design, and implementation tasks related to the deployment of the University information security program by:

- Creating and evangelizing best practices, guidelines and standards for application and system level data protection related to the development, acquisition and implementation of services, as well as secure coding techniques

- Performing attack and penetration tests, security assessments and audits of both new and existing systems and services against policies, best practices and procedures

- Providing technical consulting advice across the division and campus to ensure that security is factored into the evaluation, selection and configuration of hardware, applications and software

- Evaluating, building, implementing and/or supporting tools to enable security through automation, integration and aggregation while working with those operationally responsible for these tools and systems

- Maintaining awareness of emerging security technologies, trends and threats while making recommendations for use based on business value and driving changes needed for proper response

- Participating on the incident response team ensuring that incidents and actions for remediation are addressed and communicated in a timely fashion

- Having the ability to work on projects with minimal guidance from managers and assuming responsibility for the success of those projects

- Leading projects within the Information Security Office and providing direction & training to lower level staff

- Participating in 24x7 on call rotations for intrusion monitoring, incident response and infrastructure maintenance which may necessitate coming to campus at off-hours

Carnegie Mellon embraces diversity as a core value - central and indivisible from the pursuit of intellectual and artistic excellence.


Ted Pham
Information Security Office
Carnegie Mellon University

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

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