The director oversees the agency’s budget, personnel, strategic planning and policy development and serves as an advisor to the state higher education central office on education technology, distance learning and information systems. The director also sets WVNET’s priorities based on customer, agency and statewide higher education goals. The director reports directly to the Executive Vice Chancellor of Administration of the West Virginia Higher
Education Policy Commission at the state capital in Charleston, West Virginia.
Internet2 provides the U.S. research and education community with a dynamic, innovative world-leading set of advanced information technologies. Through collaboration with regional optical networks, international and campus partners, Internet2 provides next-generation network services and a platform for the development of new networking paradigms. With community control of the fundamental networking infrastructure, the Internet2 Network provides the scalability for its members to efficiently provision resources to address bandwidth-intensive requirements of their campuses such as collaborative applications, distributed research experiments, grid-based data analysis, and social networking.
The Internet2 Network Services division develops and operates a highly unique network infrastructure for the research and education community. It also directly engages with that community to continually evolve the services provided by that infrastructure, requiring expertise that transcends nearly all the layers of advanced networking, cloud computing, measurement, information security and information technology.
To help support this critical mission, we are seeking a Tier IV Network Engineer to serve as both a technical expert and community liaison to further evolve the services provided by the Internet2 network. This position will be located in either our West Hartford or Ann Arbor office. Domestic and occasional international travel is expected.
Information Services Central Administration is recruiting for a Business Manager. This is a full-time 1.0 FTE, 12-month, fixed term professional faculty position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Executive Director.
The Business Manager will have overall responsibility for all business functions within a new, growing non-profit organization supporting public and non-profit entities in Oregon. This is a key position within the organization and you will work closely with the Executive Director to execute Link Oregon’s mission.
Working collaboratively with the Chancellor of the Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) and the Senior Vice President for Research at The Ohio State University, the Executive Director has responsibility for overseeing the Ohio Academic Resources Network (OARnet). OARnet is a member of the Ohio Technology Consortium (OH-TECH), a division of the Ohio Department of Higher Education. OH-TECH maximizes efficiencies within the consortia to benefit Ohio education and promote economic opportunities for the state of Ohio.
The Executive Director of MDREN provides strategic planning, direction and leadership for delivery of services to members. The position also monitors the evolution of network technologies and industry trends and develops roadmaps to adopt new technologies as appropriate.
A Network Administrator 2 (NA2) will provide proactive technical support to both the KINBER staff and
customers. This position reports to the Manager of Network Engineering and Operations and works
with the KINBER staff statewide. NA2’s are responsible for the implementation and ongoing
maintenance of a secure and reliable network serving KINBER Customers. The position will be able to
deploy, configure, maintain, and monitor all aspects of the PENNREN network.
This position at KINBER provides advanced engineering and operations support for PennREN, KINBER’s
regional research, education and community network. This position will provide technical support for
design, monitoring, analyzing, and improving the regional state-of-the-art computer network and its
wide area network connections to national networks, including commercial internet service providers
and research and education networks. This person must be able to design optically based TCP/IP
networks in a multi-vendor environment; quickly identify and solve end-to-end and other network
performance problems; capable of using network monitoring and debugging tools and interpreting the
results of these tools in order to successfully understand network behavior; and improve network
configuration and performance.
The Associate Vice President for Research and Sponsored Programs (AVP/R&SP) for NJEdge.Net, New Jersey’s Research and Higher Education Network, reports to the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the organization. As the chief advocate for research and the primary point of contact and engagement with the research community in New Jersey and beyond, this senior member of the NJEdge team will contribute to strategy development and provide leadership as a collaborative partner in a not-for-profit organization that relies upon technology leadership, creativity and innovation to drive success and bring value to the organizations that subscribe to the consortium and connect to its network and other technology resources.