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Security & Enterprise Technology Manager

Bachelor's Degree
4 years experience required
The Security & Enterprise Technology Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Security and Enterprise Technology team. The Manager is accountable for ensuring all operations of the team meet customer Service Level Agreements and expectations, including, but not limited to managing and installing vendor upgrades, monitoring firewalls and other security projection systems, monitor electronic messaging, and its associated technologies. Additionally, the Manager will be responsible for system security, capacity planning, system management, crisis management, problem management, facilities management, and system upgrades, programming, and support within the technologies supported by the team.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelors Degree. Will accept eight or more years of job related experience in lieu of Bachelor's Degree.
Four years of Data Security Management
Two years of managerial experience strong preferred.
Microsoft Certified Professional
Network+ Certification.
Industry Security certification preferred.
Knowledge of Active Directory, Exchange and other Microsoft Technologies.
Understand industry security practices and compliance. Experience with Data and network security best practices and with security breach scenarios.
Possess strong time management, as well as organizational and communication (written and oral) skills. Communications should be organized, accurate, and demonstrate good knowledge of English grammar and spelling.
Ability to create technical and procedural documentation.
Experience with problem solving process, incident management, problem management, crisis management, and root cause analysis.
Experience facilitating high quality support to internal or external customers through proactive initiatives and responsive resolutions.
Knowledge of contract negotiation and vendor management.
Ability to use software applications such as Microsoft Office products and common management and monitoring systems.

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