The responsibilities and duties of the Executive Director of the Arkansas Research and Education Optical Network (ARE-ON) broadly include, but are not limited to, the executive oversight and management of the ARE-ON network. These duties include providing vision, strategy, and overall leadership; identifying and leveraging opportunities for collaboration; overseeing and coordinating operations, business, personnel, and contract compliance functions; developing a strategic plan; working with state and federal legislative bodies and agencies to represent ARE-ON’s interests in support of its mission and those of its members. The ARE-ON Executive Director reports to a Board of Directors of member institutions.
The Business Development Representative serves as a facilitator for the pre-sales to service process, supporting sales and operations to achieve success with KINBER’s existing and prospective accounts. The Business Development Representative will work closely with KINBER sales and operations staff to drive orders and sales growth; provide high quality customer service through the pre-sales to service process; and facilitate work flow and project management throughout the KINBER staff as it pertains to the pre-sales to service process.
Business Development Representative reports to the Director of Community Engagement.
Reporting to the Director of Security Services & Information Assurance, the IT Security Analyst will be part of the Information Security Office team. This is a technical position, responsible for data protection solutions that support the mission of the University and protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information assets owned or entrusted to the University of Oregon. This position also requires superior people and “soft” skills, like empathy, tact, flexibility, and collaboration. The IT Security Analyst will provide guidance and assistance in information security incident handling and response, in cooperation with university partners; assist with identifying, investigating, documenting, mitigating, and remediating incidents that involve university information systems and data.
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.
Reporting to the Manager, Infrastructure and Provisioning, the Provisioning Analyst is responsible for the provisioning of leased and owned circuits being modified, upgraded, or added to the CalREN network. The Provisioning Analyst is also responsible for maintaining records of activities and coordinating service order activities with ILEC’s, CLEC’s, IXC’s, CENIC Associates, and internal teams. The Provisioning Analyst works with current and future CENIC Associates and with other CENIC staff to identify viable solutions for network connectivity.
Reporting to the Manager, Infrastructure, and Facilities, the Infrastructure and Facilities Engineer will provide support for the design, acquisition, installation, and maintenance of CENIC’s telecommunications fiber and colocation facilities. The Infrastructure and Facilities Engineer will work with current and future CENIC Associates and with CENIC staff to identify viable solutions for network connectivity.
Reporting to the Manager of Systems and Tools, CENIC’s Senior Software Engineer designs, builds, and implements robust software solutions to support CENIC’s organizational goals and objectives, including support of the CENIC network. The position provides advanced-level programming expertise for a variety of systems integration, tools development, software support and troubleshooting activities. The Senior Software Engineer actively works on multiple complex tools and software projects simultaneously.
Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Project Manager plans and sets the direction for multiple concurrent projects of varying size, including both small and large-scale projects. This position is responsible for the quality and delivery of CENIC’s service commitments on schedule and within budget, using internal and external resources and following CENIC standard policies and procedures. The Project Manager must lead all phases of the project, from beginning to end, must manage the activities of all internal and external resources on projects and/or service deliverables.
Reporting to the Associate Director of Core Engineering, the Core Engineer designs, and implements innovative network solutions to advance CENIC’s organizational goals and objectives. The position provides advanced support of the network infrastructure owned and/or managed by CENIC. This includes the CalREN DC & HPR layer 2/3 networks, and the underlying layer 1 transport on DWDM optical systems across CENIC’s statewide fiber infrastructure. The Core Engineer actively works on multiple complex technical deployment projects simultaneously.
The successful candidate will aid in the advancement of CENIC’s security engineering team efforts to provide information security services and support to CENIC and its Charter Associate members. The primary responsibilities of this position are to improve CENIC’s security architecture, perform proactive and reactive security analysis, respond to and resolve security incidents and provide technical expertise, especially in the area of network, system and data protection.
The Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC) is seeking a Network Engineer to provide operational support of CENIC’s advanced services network.
Open until filled.
The successful candidate will lead CENIC’s security engineering team, which provides information security services and support to CENIC and its Charter Associate members. The primary responsibilities of this position are to improve CENIC’s security architecture, perform proactive and reactive security analysis, respond to and resolve security incidents and provide technical expertise, especially in the area of network and system protection.
Open until filled.