Assistant Director, Plant Operations Tech (CRT) - - (STA006563)
The Assistant Director of Technology for Compliance, Reporting and Teaching (CRT) protects and secures information systems by researching, installing, configuring, implementing, troubleshooting and maintaining systems and services. Provides technical expertise, advice, and guidance to Department on all aspects of the University Information Technology's (UIT) Security Risk Profile for ICS/SCADA Systems and other Security Compliance programs. Job Duties 1. Ensures Department's IT security practices are compliant with federal, state, and university regulations and industry standard.
2. Maintains current knowledge of applicable federal, state, and University IT security rules, regulations and standards, remains current with industry trends and best practices.
3. Ensures all incidents are identified and documented through resolution and that practices are put in place to prevent recurrence.
4. Develops and implements appropriate procedures, policies and procedures to prevent reoccurrence.
5. Maintains current knowledge of applicable federal, state, and university IT security rules, regulations, and standards; remains current with industry trends and best practices.
6. Analyzes business processes and advises departments of procedures to reduce risk.
7. Participates the development on department-wide BS or ICS (Industrial Control Systems) refer to it as ICS/SCADA Cyber Security policies and practices.
8. Reviews threat information by keeping up to date with the latest threats and gain an understanding of common vulnerabilities and cyber-attach techniques.
9. Builds spreadsheets, scripts and dashboards to deliver and improve reporting and compliance posture.
10. Identifies gaps and produces refined action plans to automate processes, procedures, services and compliance deficiencies.
11. Designs and conducts Cyber Security Awareness training program.
12. Oversees the registration process for classes, and trains new users and power users in the security of systems and software.
13. Develops and reviews training materials and adapts them to specific training needs.
14. Identifies cyber security training requirements and targets users of applications.
15. Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Bachelors and 5 years experience.
Education: Requires a thorough understanding of both theoretical and practical aspects of an analytical, technical or professional discipline; or the basic knowledge of more than one professional discipline. Knowledge of the discipline is normally obtained through a formal, directly job-related 4 year degree from a college or university or an equivalent in-depth specialized training program that is directly related to the type of work being performed.
Requires a minimum of five (5) years of directly job-related experience.
Additional Information / Preferred Qualifications:
Experience supervising Electronic Access Control team, maintains and coordinates planning, construction, maintenance of software, hardware and system administrator roles. Works with multiple units to ensure proper coordination between systems, software, hardware, signals and usage for the Electronic Access Control and BMS systems.
May act as a Project Manager.
Knowledge of coordinating with UHIT the cybersecurity responsibilities of the F/CM computing resources to include the updating of operating systems, implementation of ICS/SCADA security protocols for new building automation systems and identification and protection of existing data systems.
*Please include a minimum of 3 professional references with your attachments.
Veterans are encouraged to apply.
Note: This position is an essential position for Facilities and Construction Management. Essential position you will be required to perform the work needed if directed by management even when the office or school is closed and may be required to report to work.