Device Management Engineer - PA3IT
Works with systems engineers on exciting and innovative projects at the forefront of emerging technologies; and helps guide University technical decisions around innovative business solutions and use cutting edge technology to inspire and reshape future strategic thinking.
Demonstrates proficiency for advanced system management skills, technical design, training, analysis, programming, and other tasks related to the implementation, development and architecture of security solutions for Workplace Deployment and Device Management Ecosystems; i.e. Enterprise System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) service at Indiana University for all schools and departments across all campuses. Effectively participates in cross-group collaborations and helps develop the strategy which unifies and standardizes Indiana University.s security solutions around Workplace Deployment and Device Management while utilizing tools and/or resources like Microsoft.s System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), Secunia vulnerability and patch management, and Identity Finder data discovery.
Helps establish priorities, assigns functions, and maintains standards governing security solutions around Workplace Deployment and Device Management Solutions at Indiana University. Leads all change management activities necessary to ensure runtime goals match the strategy and objectives of enterprise services. Provides and applies comprehensive knowledge to bug reporting and isolation, test case authoring and refinement, automation scripts, and work closely with other teams (engineering, cross functional and cross campus) to resolve highly complex and difficult problems.
Responsible for participating in the system design, implementation, research, and troubleshooting of complex issues related to security solutions around the enterprise Workplace Deployment and Device Management environment. Establishes metrics and monitors system configuration to ensure data integrity and optimum system performance metrics are obtained. Oversees enterprise service upgrades, modifications, and reinstallations related to the enterprise service components. Analyzes and evaluates new capabilities and emerging technologies related to security solutions for the enterprise-wide Workplace Deployment and Device Management Solution.
Analyzes capacity data and develops capacity plans for enterprise-wide system. Provides technical leadership for strategic projects and initiatives around security solutions for the enterprise Workplace Deployment and Device Management roadmap. Responsible for developing security policies and standards and development of infrastructure and service disaster recovery plans.
Develops training materials necessary for successful implementation of security solutions for the enterprise Workplace Deployment and Device Management Solution in a multi-tenant environment. Works to standardize and automate repeatable tasks and steps across multiple accounts while providing expert guidance and mentoring to more junior team members. Participates in information sharing and roundtable discussions which provide advice and leadership to CIC partners, k-12 school corporations, and other colleges and universities as directed.
Responsible for working with other University Engineers to develop and publish white papers related to security solutions for the Workplace Deployment and Device Management environment at Indiana University. This includes submission of these white papers to technical conferences.
REQUIRED: Bachelor's degree in computer science, security, informatics, computer information systems or related discipline, four years of advanced device management systems engineering or security analysis and two years of experience in development, administration, and maintenance with securing servers and related systems.
Solid understanding of standard client/server, networking, and Internet fundamentals; and superior knowledge and demonstrated technical proficiency in Microsoft Systems Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) with expertise in managing medium to large environments. Ability to understand Secunia vulnerability and patch management along with Identity Finder Data Protection; and demonstrated in-depth knowledge of Microsoft Windows operating systems and the utilities used in system administration, system and kernel customization, security analysis, system logging, and security incident diagnosis.
Demonstrated ability to apply desktop security tools in small- and large-scale environments providing vulnerability assessments (vulnerability scanners, password cracking tools, etc.); and ability to clearly and effectively document the areas of primary responsibility. Excellent oral/written communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills; and ability to work in a complex, collaborative, and matrix team environment. Skill to handle multiple tasks, set priorities, schedule, and meet deadlines.
Preferred: Programming/coding/scripting experience; experience in other Microsoft Management technologies, including Active Directory services (AD), System Center Operations Manager (SCOM), System Center Essentials and WSUS; demonstrated knowledge of the IP protocol suite and GIAC (Global Information Assurance Certification), and/or other security certifications.
Note: This position is eligible for the Employee Referral Incentive Program. Details can be found here.
Indiana University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. This institution is also a provider of ADA services.