IT Administrator - Information Security Adminstration
Must hold a license issued by any agency.
The license position area must be in Instructional Technology.
The license status must be active.
Essential Duties - Assists school-based Technology Support Technicians (TSTs) and Network Technicians in supporting both Windows and MAC OS desktops and laptops within the Active Directory 2008 domain system; - Tier District Support; - Provide technical security support to TSTs, District, Enterprise and Network Administrators; - Assist Info Security Officer in conducting vulnerability scans; - Assist Info Security Officer in conducting penetration testing; - Conduct audits of systems in the environment to ensure regulatory and policy compliance; - Report on variances in security compliance and participate in remediation, including direct remediation and task delegation; - Conduct regular (daily, weekly, quarterly) reviews of logs, alerts and scan results and generate reports and presentations; - Respond to reports of malware infected computers following established SOPs and assist District TSTs with removal and cleanup; - Investigates alerts and responds to threats; - Provides assistance to management in cases of security investigation and violation of division regulations when required; - Monitor and support Windows Server 2003/2008/2012 based servers both physical and virtual, located in the schools and the Technology Center; - Assist in quarterly reviews of firewall rule sets and router configurations; - Assist in the deployment of Security Operating System third party patches; - Assist in the development of platform security hardening templates and policies; - Review, remediate and report on patch management and vulnerability status; - Monitor and support anti-virus end point protection; - Utilize Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) reporting in support of compliancy virus detection; - Work with internal and external auditors to analyze and remediate issues; - Ensure proper software licensing and conduct software audits; - Generate documentation on various aspects of corporate security and infrastructure; - Develop system documentation, instructions and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs); - Evaluate products and provide reports and opinions on their added value to Technology and school division; - Stay abreast of current threats, security trends and methodologies; - Research industry best practices, product specifications, applications and operations requirements and trends; - Learn and communicate policies and participate in security training when appropriate; - Manage Microsoft Active Directory user and computer accounts and security policies; - Monitor and maintain users server file/folder resources located in the schools and within the Technology Data Center; - Support and troubleshoot Group Policies, DNS and DHCP Services; - Support HCPS primary and secondary school desktop image; - Support District-wide student assessment and testing solutions, as required; - Utilize SCCM to deploy software packages district-wide, as required; - Utilize CITRIX platform session monitoring and management, as required; - Utilize Content filtering platform site administration and troubleshooting, as required; - Administration of network printers and copiers; also Mobile Device support, as required; - Support of District Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and related activities; - Support of Cloud computing solutions; - Attends work daily and be engaged and on task; - Performs other related duties as assigned.