This position is located in Network Services, Office of IT Services Management (ITSM), Center for Information Technology (CIT). The Network Services mission is to provide leadership for the determination of the NIH data network and telecommunications needs at all levels and to oversee the development of appropriate IT infrastructure support and security.This includes NIH’s 100 gigabit network backbone, wireless services to 20,000 + plus people on a daily basis and remote access services
The Information Security Office at UO is looking to fill a position for an IT Security Compliance Analyst. This is a mid-level security compliance analyst position with the ISO. The UO has embarked in an Information Security strategic planning process, highlighting many opportunities where information security professionals can thrive. The UO is located in Eugene, OR, a great town and state to live in.
The Visualization Engineer will lead the integration of visualization infrastructure for the University Cyberinfrastructure and Advanced Research Computing (CIARC) team, rounding out its cohesive, efficient, successful research support unit. The Visualization Engineer will be the lead resource for visualization support, while helping to guide the team’s expansion into emergent and non-traditional deployments of other research support resources. Such directions will include development efforts around architecture of visualization infrastructure, software management, big data analytics, HPC/visualization integrations, and maintaining a keen eye on the horizon. Finally, through external collaborations with government agencies, like-minded universities and internal liaisons with faculty and researchers, the Visualization Engineer will strengthen communication, expose latent opportunities for collaboration, encourage multidisciplinary ventures among researchers and generally help diversify research at Mines.
The Network Engineer works in a small team environment but will have significant interaction with members
ranging from K-20, higher education and other networks. Frequent interaction with network, fiber &
service providers, with other regional and national networks, with content & cloud providers, and with
application & infrastructure providers.
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.