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Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO)
Senior Security Engineer
The Senior Security Engineer will support Intrusion Detection & Incident Response (ID-IR) services for the enterprise. You will be part of the team responsible for the implementation and operation of ID-IR Operations services for security issues reported to or detected by Enterprise Security on behalf of the Ohio State community. The Senior Security Engineer will act as technical lead for the research, analysis and resolution of security incidents and investigations and assist with implementing the strategy and direction for a cohesive service that enables university users and units to do their daily duties in a secured manner. Read full posting for details.
Senior Security Analyst
OCIO Governance and Risk Management is seeking to hire a Senior Security Analyst – Security Coordinator to ensure Enterprise Security maintains compliance with the university’s security control requirements. Your role as the Security Coordinator for Enterprise Security will be to perform risk assessments on internal and third-party Enterprise Security systems, facilitate and verify that Enterprise Security systems are in compliance with OSU and industry security standards and track issues in the associated risk registry. In this role, you will report to the Associate Director of Enterprise Security Risk Management to provide technical and organizational support for Enterprise Security-driven security projects, initiative, and systems. Read full posting for details.
Office of Distance Education and eLearning (ODEE)
Associate Instructional Designer
The Associate Instructional Designer will primarily work with Ohio State faculty members to create and maintain high-quality, accessible online courses based on evidence-based principles of effective college teaching and online pedagogy. The individual in this roie will develop expertise in one-on-one coaching consultation techniques, course design principles, and project management approaches to co-facilitate a collaborative course design and development process with support and significant supervision from senior instructional designers and will contribute to continual peer feedback and workshopping of ideas with other instructional designers. The Associate Instructional Designer will be expected to use technology tools to plan and prototype, to develop effective learning activities, to help faculty author content, and to help build courses in the learning management system (Carmen/Canvas). Read more for full posting details.
Classroom Support Coordinator
The Classroom Support Coordinator oversees and coordinates the support of the Learning Environments incident management and request fulfillment systems and provides tier one and two support in all generally scheduled classroom pool instructional and informal spaces. The position shares the responsibility of managing a large pool of student support staff who respond to urgent customer needs in the classrooms, Digital Unions, and labs. This includes answering, routing and tracking calls and other electronic communications resulting in the dispatch of on-site incident response personnel. Read full posting for details.
We employ more than 150 student employees with a variety of skillsets. Some students answer calls and guide customers, others work alongside staff on technology-based projects. Hiring managers post positions on a wide range of websites — including Student Financial Aid and Federal Work Study (login required) — to target a diverse population of student candidates. Many of our Student Administrative Assistants are recruited from the Fisher College of Business Job Board. The Enterprise Security Internship Program pulls many of their applicants from the College of Engineering (login required). Overall, our hiring managers tap into the many job boards provided by colleges within the university to identify a diverse group of talented students who help us do important work every day.
Classroom and Digital Union Support Student Tech
Hours: Part time student position (up to 28 hours per week and 38 during summer terms when not taking classes)
Pay Range: $9/hour
Provides customer service and incident support in classrooms and Digital Union computer labs by assisting faculty, staff and students with instructional technology, software use, and classroom AV systems. This includes, but is not limited to LCD projectors, computing devices, annotation devices, document cameras, video playback devices, integrated A/V systems, video conferencing, media support, lecture capture tools, digital content creation, and video and audio editing software. Troubleshoot problems within desktop, laptop and mobile computing environments, including Windows, OSX, iOS, and Android. Provide assistance with basic network troubleshooting, such as wireless setup. Performs daily maintenance of classrooms and labs, tracking classroom maintenance using LE provided tools. Position includes occasional heavy lifting. Training will be provided, but previous experience with any of these tasks are preferential.
Comprehensive knowledge and appropriate training in a diverse range of current learning technologies. Strong customer service and communication skills. Experience with incident management, resource management and problem resolution.
Experience in instructional technology installation and support strongly desired. General computing background desired. Knowledge of national and global technology trends helpful.