The IU Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research is a unique organization that offers valuable opportunities to employees:
Reputation for success: Founded in 2003, CACR has 15 years of success within IU and with securing research and operational funding from NSF, DOE, DOD, private sector firms.
Professional development: CACR staff are supported in growing their professional and subject matter skills, and professional networks, with new opportunities constantly emerging through new projects.
Never boring: CACR has a steady stream of new research and operational projects that provide ample opportunities to its staff for learning new areas and taking on new roles.
Securing scientific research around the globe: CACR is the lead for the National Science Foundation Cybersecurity Center of Excellence.
Holistic cybersecurity and diverse perspectives: CACR treats cybersecurity as a holistic challenge with technical, business, legal, and human factors best addressed with diverse perspectives and skills. CACR staff learn about and tackle cybersecurity problems in interdisciplinary teams.
Real world impact through applied research: CACR is involved in projects funded by NSF, DHS, DOD, and the private sector that have impact on the practice of cybersecurity.
Part of a strong IU cybersecurity community spanning research to operations, technical to law: CACR works closely with researchers and staff in IU's Schools, the Pervasive Technology Institute, and central IT (UITS).
Vibrant Bloomington community: CACR is located on the east side of IU Bloomington's campus, a thriving and diverse cultural, economic, and technological hub.
This position will work with Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research (CACR) leadership and staff to provide and support IT solutions.
Making recommendations and supporting use of IU-provided services.
Diagnosing technical problems and taking appropriate corrective action for issues.
Configuring and administering workstations and mobile devices within the center.
Anticipating and planning for future IT needs.
Will coordinate and support IT usage within the center ensuring that hardware and software is in place to meet the needs of project staff and ensuring IU IT policies are followed.
Associates degree in computer science or a closely related field. Directly related work experience may be substituted at a ratio of two years of progressively more responsible experience for each year of education.
1 year of experience in hardware and software support.
Committed to keeping abreast of technology best practices, willingness and ability to learn quickly, and a high commitment to a team approach.
Ability to work independently with little supervision to deliver service and technical support to leadership and staff of the center.
Working Conditions / Demands
Equipment utilized: Computer hardware and software tools used in software development and system administration, general office equipment.
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