Indiana University

Human Resources

The following position reporting to Tom Davis, Chief Security Architect, is being posted externally. If interested, you must apply online at
Refer to job number #10137.

Senior Assurance Program Analyst - PA3IT

Protects the privacy of institutional and personal data by planning, developing, and executing sophisticated, coordinated, and continuous awareness, training, education, technology, services and outreach programs for Indiana University related to information technology policy, information policy, information privacy, and information and system security policy, practices, and assessment.

Provides technical leadership and guidance in designing and implementing the information architecture for the university-wide Information Security and Privacy Program and related or supporting tools and software (such as a content management framework, communications tools, additional necessary development/programming, and the underlying infrastructure).

Analyzes needs related to the management of information and technology resources, the delivery of training, and the improvement of security and privacy; and plans efficient and effective strategies for achieving university security and privacy goals.

Requires ability to interact and coordinate with a wide range of people and departments including: the Office of the Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer; the Office of the Executive Vice President for University Regional Affairs, Planning, and Policy; university and campus and department technology directors, technology specialists, knowledge management and communications staff; computing advisory groups; governance and judicial authorities; external technology specialists; and individual members of the university and Internet IT communities.

Works with business leaders to translate and integrate information security and privacy goals and functional requirements into technical specifications. Analyzes and identifies effective technology solutions using knowledge of, and leveraging existing university tools; and procures new products from external vendors or develops necessary functionality locally. Leads projects, serving as the liaison between business functional staff and technical personnel; and utilizes new and emerging technologies to develop robust and scalable solutions that better organize information, provide services, engage the IU community, and assist the overall mission of the Information Policy and Information Security Offices.

Advises and, when appropriate, assists with the development and planning for appropriate security, privacy, and sensitive information handling and storage awareness and training programs in conjunction with university data management committees, stewards, and managers.

REQUIRED: Bachelor's degree in Informatics, Computer Science, Information Science or related discipline and three years professional experience with experience with content management systems; HTML, web architecture, and application development.

A combination of related education and experience may be considered.

Experience with the following: content management systems; HTML, web architecture, and application development including experience with at least one commonly-used language (Perl, Python, PHP, .Net, Java/J2EE); XML and XML-related languages; database design and programming; and office PC applications.

Ability to plan, organize, and work independently but also effectively work in teams and lead teams; strong user support orientation and effective presentation skills; and highly developed analytic, organizational, interpersonal, writing, and communications skills. Demonstrated creativity in analyzing complex problems and identifying solutions quickly and accurately. Ability to translate business needs into clearly written functional requirements and specifications, diagrams, models, prototypes, and pictures; and a high level of accuracy, dependability, and responsibility.

Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment institution.