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Applications open for 2016 UM ITS Summer Intern Program!

Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

Dear students,

We just heard from our friends at UM that applications are now open for the Summer 2016 ITS internships. Feel free to apply at: http://its.umich.edu/internship/

Best of luck!

Samir

 

Securing Linux Presentation – Tonight -10/30 in Roosevelt 16 @ 5:30

Friday, October 30th, 2015

Join us this today, 10/30, as our very own Eric Hampton demonstrates a variety of ways to secure a Linux machine. In this talk, he will cover some basic concepts of security, and then progresses to more advanced techniques. You’ll get the opportunity to see different sides of the security spectrum. As always, during and after there will be plenty of time for questions!

Quicken Loans/ Title Source looking for 4 security Interns

Thursday, July 30th, 2015

FYI

Xiangdong Sean Che, PhD, CISSP, Assistant Professor
School of Information Security and Applied Computing
College of Technology, Eastern Michigan University
206G Roosevelt, Ypsilanti, MI 48197

——– Forwarded Message ——–
Subject: Quicken Loans/ Title Source looking for 4 security Interns
Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2015 11:47:27 -0400
From: Owen Dubiel
To: Michael Umpleby , Jacob Kirkendall , Erin Burdis , Christopher Krieger , Michael Yauk , Konnie Kustron , Xiangdong Che , Steve Edwards

Hello Professors,

My name is Owen Dubiel, I’m sure you remember me. I graduated in December 2014 and I am now I am an Associate Security Analyst for Title Source, a sister company of quicken loans. we are currently looking for 4 interns that have a base background in security. now as you know it is hard to land a full time job in the security field just based on the amount of sensitive information you deal and a internship is even harder. If qualified and graduated Interns will have a chance to be brought on full time, this is the goal is to expand our security team. we are looking for the following positions.

-security engineer
-security analyst (2)
-security governance

I don’t know if you guys still have the job board, but please spread the word, this is an awesome opportunity for students just about to graduated. I am not getting anything out of this because they are being hired on as Interns, I ma simply doing this because I know how hard it is to land a internship in the security field. Feel free to associate my contact information to anyone interested and i can get them set up with an interview. Thanks again and go Eagles!

Cell Phone- 5174166980
email- odubiel@emich.edu or odubiel@gmail.com

Owen Dubiel

IT Security Analyst with Title Source Inc.

Assistant Punting/Kicking Instructor with Kohl’s Professional Camps

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Advising, graduation, and overrides

Monday, November 17th, 2014

Hello (all IA Majors),

I wanted to take a minute and let you know of a few advising, override, and graduation changes you may not be aware of:

Advising/Graduation –
You only need to meet with me for substitutions or if you’re in the semester before graduation and you want to confirm requirements. Substitutions will not be granted without prior approval. You can email an appointment request to JBanfield@emich.edu, please include times you could meet.
Apply for graduation in the first week of the term you think you are graduating in.
If you’ve met with me, then you have a program of study. The POS outlines the courses you need to graduate, treat it like a tick list. On the IA blog, there is a two year roll-out of classes so that you may plan ahead. Summer is not included as it is decided term by term.
If you need a copy of your POS contact Keith Jason at KJason@emich.edu
You can check your general education status through U.achieve in My.emich. We’re in the process of converting all IA major programs into the same system. There is no longer an audit process done by the Records Department.
Overrides
If upon adding a class you receive a pre-req error, and have the pre-req in substitution or taken at EMU, please contact Rebekah McDow Rmcdow@emich.edu to process the override. If you do not have the pre-req or wish to take the course concurrently the instructor of the higher course must approve it by sending an OK to Rebekah. Include the course IA xxx, CRN XXXX, and your Enumber in the email. If you do not have the pre-req, no override will be granted without instructor approval.
If upon adding a class you receive a class full error, only the instructor may override the course. Please note that if the course is taught in Roosevelt 13,6,16 the limit is the number of computers in the room. Please add your name to the wait list (instructions online: http://www.emich.edu/training/ecs/content/wl-selfservice-student-rm-ad-waitlist.php) if enough students sign up on the wait list we may add another section.

Long term, once Records and Registration gets u.achieve up for majors this will be a tool that you can review your POS at any time. Hope your Fall term is going well.

V/R,
James

James M Banfield
Eastern Michigan University
Assistant Professor, School of Information Security and Applied Computing

Jobs/internships at Dominos

Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

https://sjobs.brassring.com/tgwebhost/searchresults.aspx?PartnerId=25967&SiteId=5279&Function=LinkQuery&LinkId=1322&codes=Dom

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

2014 I. T. Job Fair flier

Two year roll out of IA courses

Monday, September 15th, 2014

Class offering roll out – IA       two year roll out

Two Security jobs at Textron

Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

We have a student on staff already, they’re interested in more.  Two great opportunities for a great company.

 

https://textron.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=227042&lang=en&sns_id=mailto

IT Support Position

Monday, June 2nd, 2014

Posting #: 96630

http://umjobs.org/job_detail/96630/technology_support_technician

The Housing Information Technology Office (HITO) is searching for a team member to join our Infrastructure and Operations team to assist in supporting the IT operations and services for the 600 person staff of University Housing and some operations for the 10,000 students in the residence halls. Primary focus will be on unit specific systems and technology not currently supported by our shared service providers, including, but not limited to, access control card readers, point of sale equipment, security DVRs, laundry and vending, and student room access control. Our new team member will participate in the planning, operation, and maintenance of the hardware, software, server and network connections of the technology systems in use. They will also consult with and assist our shared service providers (e.g. MiWorkspace) in integrating unit specific technology and enterprise applications into a broader support structure. We are looking for candidates with a broad technical knowledge coupled with the ability and desire to learn new systems and innovative technological applications, along with the ability to consult with, and advocate for, our users in the resolution of technology system problems. One of our driving principles is to help those we serve do what they do better.

Note, this position will require after hours and weekend support as part of an on-call team.

Thanks. –dino

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Dino Anastasia
Infrastructure & Operations Manager
Housing Information Technology Office (HITO)
(734) 647-7427

Desktop Services job at UofM

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

Medical School Information Services (MSIS) is looking for talented, engaged, and passionate individuals with broad range of technical skills to work in our Service Desk.

http://umjobs.org/job_detail/96036/end_user_computing_spec_inter

The Service Desk is the key to our service delivery model within MSIS – and is NOT your traditional help desk. We aim to resolve the majority of issues in a single interaction with our customers, starting with the Service Desk. Each day we fields calls and emails from across the Health System and the University on any of our products and services, so we train and staff with the very best people we can find. We are looking for people who not only have great skills and knowledge, but who embrace the higher goals of understanding how providing a great customer experience directly connects to the discoveries, clinical care and education that happens here every day.

If this sounds interesting, we’d love to hear from you! We believe that a diverse staff with a broad range of experience will greatly benefit the Service Desk, even if you’re not in a traditional desktop support role today.

Erik Zempel ezempel@umich.edu
Solutions Center
UM Medical School Information Services
Request Help at msishelp@umich.edu


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