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

Grant Research Assistant Jobs

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

Dear students, [NOTE: changed links for grad and undergrad positions]

I have been awarded an NSF grant (finally, after several trials ;)).. It runs for 3 years, starting this October. I have included enough budget to employ 3 students: one Ph.D., one graduate, and one undergraduate. Below are the descriptions of these jobs. If interested, please contact me directly at stout@emich.edu. Please note that EMU mandates that we go through the process below, which we will follow, but it doesn’t hurt to probe the level of interest  in our favorite school and kick off the process of interviewing etc.

 

Ph.D. Research Assistant Job:

This is a 12-months position for a pre-Dissertation Ph.D. student who will assist in the research work that Dr. Samir Tout will be conducting, as part of an NSF grant. Half of the selected Ph.D. student’s tuition and stipend will be covered throughout the 12 months. The selected Ph.D. student will contribute 10 hours/week and help with research that revolves around the topic of anomaly detection in a SmartGrid environment. An ideal candidate would be committed, detail-oriented, motivated, and should have good exposure to research methodologies, data mining methods, including Bayesian networks, Classification, etc. along with malware analysis, Linux, Python, and networking. The Ph.D. student must ensure that proper research methodologies are applied and can potentially pursue this as their future dissertation topic, under Dr. Tout’s supervision. The student’s employment may be continued/extended depending on her/his performance evaluation by Dr. Tout.

If interested, please refer to the new EMU Jobs Web page at which the job will be posted, and follow the instructions: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/emichedu/default.cfm

You can also contact Dr. Tout directly if you have any questions at: stout@emich.edu

 

 

 

Graduate Student Job:

This is a 30-week position for a graduate research assistant who will contribute to the research work that Dr. Samir Tout will be conducting, as part of an NSF grant that he just got awarded. The project revolves around the topic of anomaly detection in a SmartGrid environment. The student will be asked to work around 18 hours/week and will be paid an hourly rate. However, depending on the project requirements, the duration of employment and the number of hours/week may vary, at Dr. Tout’s discretion. The graduate research assistant will also help plan infrastructure architecture, as well as other tasks as assigned by Dr. Tout. She/he will also serve as a liaison between a Ph.D. student and an undergraduate research assistant who will also assist in this project. An ideal candidate would be committed, detail-oriented, motivated, and should have good exposure to data mining methods along with experience in several of the following: malware analysis, Linux, C/C++, Java, Python, Raspberry Pi/Arduino, and networking. The student’s employment may be continued/extended depending on her/his performance evaluation by Dr. Tout.

If interested, please refer to the new EMU Jobs Web page at which the job will be posted, and follow the instructions under: EMU Handshake Jobs

You can also contact Dr. Tout directly if you have any questions at: stout@emich.edu

 

Undergraduate Student Job:

This is a 30-week position for an undergraduate research assistant who will contribute to the research work that Dr. Samir Tout will be conducting, as part of an NSF grant that he just got awarded. The project revolves around the topic of anomaly detection in a SmartGrid environment. The student will be asked to work around 20 hours/week and will be paid an hourly rate. However, depending on the project requirements, the duration of employment and the number of hours/week may vary, at Dr. Tout’s discretion. The undergraduate research assistant will also help with setting up the infrastructure, coding, monitoring and making adjustments as necessary, as well as other tasks as assigned by Dr. Tout. She/he will also work closely with a Ph.D. student and a graduate research assistant who will also work on this project. An ideal candidate would be committed, detail-oriented, motivated, and should have good exposure to malware analysis, along with practical experience in several of the following: Linux, C/C++, Java, Python, Raspberry Pi/Arduino, and networking. The student’s employment may be continued/extended depending on her/his performance evaluation by Dr. Tout.

If interested, please refer to the new EMU Jobs Web page at which the job will be posted, and follow the instructions under: EMU Handshake Jobs

You can also contact Dr. Tout directly if you have any questions at: stout@emich.edu

 

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

Net/Win Admin

Friday, August 15th, 2014

A friend has an opening at his cloud support company for Network/Windows admin.  details below.

 

http://taznetworks.com/careers

Network Class Available in Summer II

Friday, June 27th, 2014

Hi,  Folks,

I am offering IA354 Network Routing in Summer II.   It is a two-week hybrid course starting in the beginning of August. Compared to the regular full-semester version of IA354,  this summer version focuses more on hands-on labs with enhanced web learning and less lecture hours.  Also please note:  IA350 (Network Switching) is NOT a prerequisite for IA354.  If you are to take both courses in your Plan of Study,  you don’t need to take IA350 first before you can take IA354.

The registration will remain open until August 4th.

Thanks,

Xiangdong (Sean) Che, PhD, CISSP, Assistant Professor
School of Information Security and Applied Computing
College of Technology, Eastern Michigan University

Network Support Job Opportunities

Friday, June 27th, 2014

Hi, there,

Here are some local job opportunities for people with network experience. Please see forwarded email below.

Thanks,

Xiangdong (Sean) Che, PhD, CISSP, Assistant Professor

School of Information Security and Applied Computing
College of Technology, Eastern Michigan University

*******************

Hello,
Wanted to share an opportunity for someone to join the UofM network team. There are 3 openings for this posting:

http://umjobs.org/job_detail/97686/campus_network_support_associate

Campus Network Support Associate
How to Apply

A cover letter and resume are required; the cover letter must be PAGE 1 of your resume. The letter should:

(1) specifically outline the reasons for your interest in the position;
(2) outline your particular skills and experience that directly relate to this position; and
(3) include your current or ending salary.

Starting salary may vary depending on qualifications and experience of the selected candidate.
Job Summary

Information and Technology Services (ITS) has an immediate opening for an experienced Campus Network Support Associate to assist in supporting the University WIFI enterprise campus networks. The individual will be part of a cohesive team that is responsible for administering over 8000 routers, switches and wireless access points. The main focus for this position will be configuring and maintaining the campus building networks and working with the support teams within the campus buildings. The team is always looking for ways to be ready for the challenges of tomorrow in supporting the campus enterprise networks.
Responsibilities*

* Support the campus enterprise networks, working with engineers, vendors and project managers to implement campus network devices, this could include WiFi network devices. Perform network infrastructure changes (relocations, configurations).

* Provides tier 3 technical support and service restoration for campus enterprise layer 2 building networks. Assist in analyzing, planning, and implementing maintenance, including backup and recovery strategies, software patches and upgrades. Supports and collaborates with team members and other technical staff such as Project Managers and Network Engineers. Using established protocols, monitors networks for availability, error conditions, adequate space allocation, backup integrity, and performance. Assists with multiple projects including installations, upgrades, moves, additions and changes.

* Assists in developing strategies to effectively perform root-cause analysis of problems, poor performance, and error conditions. Develops effective relationships with vendor support to troubleshoot and resolve problems.

* Assist with team to proactively propose, plan, implement, and communicate effective changes within established change management processes. Contribute to system enhancements by identifying and quantifying customer requirements, delineating the gaps between customer requirements and the capabilities of existing technology, and recommending improvements in current processes.

* Gathers technical requirements with cross-functional teams to enhance functionality, security, and efficiency of the system in support of university business functions. Provide consultation on application/system interactions and dependencies per established protocols and procedures. Assist in conducting network system analysis, planning, testing, and implementation of solutions. Develops and documents procedures and maintenance plans for the team and other technical staff.

* Assist cross-functional teams and provide input on features and processing options. Contribute to system enhancements by identifying and quantifying customer requirements, delineating the gaps between customer requirements and the capabilities of existing technology, and recommending proactive improvements in current processes. Participate in conducting analysis, planning, testing, and implementation of solutions. Develops and edits technical support knowledge base documentation.

* Stays current with relevant advances in network systems technologies. Responsible for maintaining and updating knowledge of concepts, practices and procedures. This can include on-the-job training, attending relevant courses or conferences, reading, research, and testing. Develops and follows best practices and procedures and share knowledge with team members and mentors staff.

ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES:
Successful candidates will be expected to demonstrate in this role the following organization competencies, but not limited to:

Creative Problem Solving/Strategic Thinking
* Demonstrated ability to provide necessary attention to solve different level problems, often multitasking to solve moderate level and some complex problems. Handles several problems at one time.
* Defines problems, analyzes causes, identifies possible solutions, selects the best solution, and develops action plans. Generates new ideas and goes beyond the status quo.

Communication
* Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly, concisely, and effectively both verbally and in writing, to differing audiences.

Quality Service
* Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with internal and external customers in a manner that consistently meets the organizations expectations for exemplary customer service.
* Demonstrated ability to see issues from the customers perspective assesses urgency of requests and responds accordingly.

Flexibility/Adaptability to Change
* Ability to assist in the implementation of changes within established and changing deadlines.
Required Qualifications*

* Bachelor degree in computer science and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.

* Minimum 1 year of experience with and demonstrated knowledge of layer 2 IP networks.

* Minimum 1 year experience in a related role requiring confidentiality, timeliness, customer service, organization, prioritization, troubleshooting, and working independently to successfully monitor, perform network or desktop configuration changes, required documentation and testing/analysis of network or desktop equipment/software.

* Demonstrated ability to utilize analytical and communication skills in the development and modification of written procedures, processes, and technical support knowledge base, resulting in content tailored to the level and type of audience for support and issue resolution.

* Ability to leverage appropriate technical tools to perform day-to-day administration tasks, root-cause analysis and service restoration (such as backup, restore, failover, log interpretation, and performance monitoring) for network systems.

* Experience with some or all of the following technologies: controller based WiFi, Cisco IOS, Juniper OS, network monitoring tools, desktop OS (Windows, Mac), and copper/fiber infrastructure.

* Demonstrated experience with current computer technology and applications (e.g. word processing, spreadsheet, and collaboration applications).

* Ability to move and transport and maneuver telecommunication equipment and supplies weighing up to 30 lbs from trucks/loading docks to campus locations for installation or testing.
Desired Qualifications*

* Experience with controller based WiFi networks.

* Experience with desktop and/or network firewalls, VPN.

* Experience with programming language such as Perl.

* Experience troubleshooting fiber and copper network infrastructure.
Licensure & Certification

This position requires operation of a University-owned vehicle. Successful candidate must adhere to University policy and have a valid driver license with less than 7 points.
Work Schedule

Successful candidate must be available to work overtime or flex time, which may sometimes be needed at short notice. In addition, this position will participate in an on-call rotation.
Additional Information

Upon hire, successful candidate must have a personal mobile communication device and home internet connection.
U-M EEO/AA Statement

The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Mike Lippens

Manager – UMnet Admin

ITS/ITS Comm Operations

D-734-936-9861

University of Michigan
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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

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

New evening section of IA 400 added

Friday, May 30th, 2014

A new section of IA 400 has been added to the Fall 2014 course roll out.   It will meet Tuesday’s 530-820.


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