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The San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) is a world leader in using, innovating and providing cyberinfrastructure to enable advances and new discovery in science and engineering. Focusing on data-oriented and computational science and engineering applications, SDSC serves as an international resource for data cyberinfrastructure through the provision of software, hardware and human resources in multi-disciplinary science and engineering, and serves as a leadership national cyberinfrastructure Center to the National Science Foundation (NSF) and broader community.
The SDSC Health Cyberinfrastructure (Health CI) Division delivers high performance production cyberinfrastructure and policy, business, operational, and technology advice supporting information technology research and development, for federal and state agencies, University of California (UC) researchers, and industry partners. The Health Cyberinfrastructure division operates SDSC Sherlock Cloud, which provides a flexible and scalable Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliant private cloud platform for federal, state, UC and other organizations.
The Division primarily focuses on information technology services for academia and government that includes managed services for cloud computing, compliant hosting, cyber security, data management and integration, application development, HPC (high performance computing) and big data. The experts in Health CI Division have developed and deployed specific services designed to provide a solid and secure foundation for a wide range of initiatives. The Division currently supports the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and a number of UC entities, and complies with the specific requirements of each agency.
The incumbent will apply skills as a seasoned, experienced IT security professional with a full understanding of industry practices, governmental regulations and campus, medical center or Office of the President policies and procedures to resolve a wide range of complex issues.
Additionally, the incumbent must demonstrate competency in recommending methods and techniques to obtain results, and provide security support within a high security HIPAA and FISMA compliance environments.
~Some travel may be required.
Experience in technical programming or security administration in a medium sized (~50) installation of UNIX and/or Windows workstations or larger. In-depth knowledge in the concepts, software utilities (i.e. compilers and debuggers), principles, codes, operating system internals and utilities, standards, techniques and procedures in system and networking administration.
Experience installing and maintaining firewalls, Virtual Private Networks (VPN), and Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS).
BS degree in a technical or scientific discipline such as math or computer information systems or a combination of education and technical engineering or technical programming experience. Specialized education or training in computer security a plus.
Knowledge of computer hardware, software and network security issues and approaches.
~Job offer is contingent on clear Background Check.
~Some travel may be required.