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City of Oceanside
Senior Information Technologies/Security Analyst
Salary Range: $6,819 - $9,135 Monthly
The City of Oceanside is accepting applications for the position of Senior Information Technologies/Security Analyst. There is currently one vacancy in the Information Technologies Division which is part of the City Manager's Office. This position will report to the Information Technologies Division Manager and will coordinate and oversee the Systems/Cyber Security programs for the City.
The Senior Information Technologies/Security Analyst coordinates and oversees the development and implementation of citywide information security policies and procedures to protect the City of Oceanside from internal and external IT threats and vulnerabilities. Review systems in order to identify potential security weaknesses, recommend improvements to amend vulnerabilities, implement changes and document upgrades. Define, create and maintain the documentation for certification and accreditation of each information system in accordance with government requirements.
Applicants must possess five years of highly responsible work experience in Information Technologies/Cyber Security, including two years of lead or supervisory experience overseeing project teams and a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Computer Science, Information Technology or a closely related field.
Deadline to apply: 11/24/17. Please apply online at www.ci.oceanside.ca.us
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