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This is a 100% remote position located in the United States.
The division of Laboratory, Pathology, & Extramural Applications (LPEA) is seeking a Division Security Steward at a Technical Specialist TS1 level. This position will lead the LPEA division's efforts around the Vulnerability & Security Patch Management program (VSPM) program at Mayo, coordinate division wide responses to security and audit findings (remediation of server and application level vulnerabilities) and provide guidance to improve the overall security mindset of our division. The goal of the (VSPM) program is to better align its vulnerability management timelines and capabilities to industry best practices.
The right candidate will partner with division managers and leadership teams to achieve our "Get to Green" (a Mayo Clinic program initiated to provide focus on data and process security principles) milestones. Experience working and collaborating with the Office of Information Security (OIS), Compliance and Internal Audit is also desired.
Security related knowledge and expertise (such as CCSP, CISM, CISSP, HCISPP, CISM or other equivalent industry certifications) is preferred.
Strong team player whom can work independently on projects and assignments within scope of ability and authority escalating more complex issues or those requiring leadership approval to the appropriate individual. May regularly assume a team leadership role to direct and coordinate the work of other staff, which includes assigning tasks to staff taking into consideration balancing workloads, skill sets, technical knowledge, and criticality of the tasks. Serves as a consultant or tutor, coaching others in specific technical areas of expertise. Serves and participates on appropriate committees and institutional workgroups and acts as a resource to institutional committees on an ad hoc basis, providing consultation in their area of expertise. Participates on committees to establish technical standards, promote integration of data, and/or coordination of projects across work units. Responsible and accountable for the on-time completion of tasks and projects, demonstrating a commitment to meet established deadlines and priorities. Serves as an active member of technical workgroups needed to advance project objectives. Aids in technical planning for areas supported by work unit as part of yearly division planning. Provides leadership in the technical design, selection, and application of the of information and technology systems resources to satisfy the requirements of the department’s systems. Participates in system technical reviews and projects within the institution to ensure technical architecture and design is consistent with business needs. Develops technical proposals that consider alternatives and business case, gains needed institutional approvals, and works effectively across departmental organizations gaining consensus of stakeholders. Is recognized within their work area or division as a technical expert and is sought out for their in-depth knowledge of a broad range of current technologies and these technologies apply to the Mayo's environment. Provides technical leadership in system architecture, design principles, software development methodologies, and selection of technology systems within their division. Understands and applies concepts of enterprise architecture to ensure systems align, adhere, and integrate within Mayo Education Technology enterprise environment. May be required to provide 24/7 call support. Interfaces routinely with colleagues who may be located at any of the Mayo sites to perform job responsibilities requiring virtual collaboration and partnership.
Mayo Clinic will not sponsor or transfer visas for this position including F1 OPT STEM.
Bachelor's degree and 5 years' experience including 3 years' of demonstrated technical experience and 1 year of demonstrated leadership experience; Or, Associate's degree and 9 years' experience including 3 years' of demonstrated technical experience.
Authorization to work and remain in the United States, without necessity for Mayo Clinic sponsorship now, or in the future (for example, be a U.S. Citizen, national, or permanent resident, refugee, or asylee). Also, Mayo Clinic does not participate in the F-1 STEM OPT extension program.
Capable of moving among work areas and willing to do so. Demonstrated project and deliverable consistency through repeatable and reliable performance. Proven evidence of project management skills. Demonstrated oral and written communication, organization, problem solving, and facilitation skills. Evidence of mastery level expertise in one computing technology. Demonstrated ability in solving complex technical problems with multiple computing technologies. Experience working in healthcare technology. Exposure to managing both custom developed and vendor-supplied applications. Master’s degree in applicable field preferred.
$102,211.20 - $152,464.00 / year
Hours / Pay period
M-F 8am-5pm Central
40 hours/ week
May require weekend and off hours work
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Discover unlimited opportunities. Your IT career may start as a Help Desk Specialist or Work Station Technician, an intern, or entry-level Analyst/Programmer and develop into a mid- or senior-level technical position. You may choose to grow laterally as a technical expert, learning and supporting many different aspects of IT services. Or you may choose to become part of the leadership team.
- Business Relationship Management
- Enterprise Infrastructure
- Enterprise Architecture
- Project Management and Systems Analysis
The Life Changers
When you choose an IT career with Mayo Clinic you will have an opportunity to engage with new and innovative solutions which will improve quality of life and patient outcomes. You will partner with brilliant Physicians and Scientists to help drive translational medicine in a fast-paced environment where creativity, energy, and dedication will result in success.”Marie Koctecki
Senior Manager, IT Service Delivery
Over the span of my career, I have worked in multiple divisions across IT and have now advanced to a Service Delivery Manager role, managing a Project Management Office (PMO). The opportunities within the department of IT are vast. I have been able to gain my Project Management Professional (PMP) certification as well as my Certified Scrum Master (CSM) certification while at Mayo Clinic.”Betty Hutchins
Manager, IT Service Delivery
I appreciate the breadth of career paths within IT and the ability to branch out and diversify my professional expertise while remaining with Mayo Clinic. The diverse backgrounds and depth of expertise of my coworkers is an attribute of Mayo’s unique culture; I enjoy the opportunity to work with so many world-renowned experts and thought leaders across a wide array of professions.”Samanthie Epps
Manager, IT Speciality Systems
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