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Web Design Specialist - Marketing ~ Show Information

Web Design Specialist - Marketing
Information Technology/Butler University

Butler University is seeking an experienced individual for the position of Web Design Specialist in the web development area.  An individual in this role will work closely with the Marketing and Communications department in conjunction with Information Technology to advance the University mission in communicating to our constituents by way of web technologies.  The position will be partially embedded, co-located within the Marketing and Communications team as well as within Information Technology on an 80% to 20% schedule.


• Front-end web development for and internal websites
• Ongoing support of University websites
• Website troubleshooting
• Test web usability, as necessary per project
• Ensure cross-browser compatibility
• Continuous development and implementation of web standards
• Ability to define requirements and facilitate discussions in a team environment
• Collaborate with back-end web developers and team members to project completion
• Provide technical support in the University's digital marketing efforts
• Strong customer service orientation
• Demonstrate a high degree of professionalism
• Written documentation when necessary


• Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Science or a related field
• Minimum 2 years of web development experience
• Proficiency in HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Wordpress
• Development within a CMS environment (e.g., Umbraco, Drupal)
• Experience with common JavaScript libraries (e.g., jQuery)
• Experience with creating and parsing RSS and JSON feeds
• Knowledge of popular web browsers and DOM inconsistencies
• Awareness of responsive design techniques and development for mobile devices
• Practical experience with plug-in browser developer tools
• Familiarity with Microsoft .NET and PHP, or a drive to learn
• Graphic design tool experience (e.g., Adobe Creative Suite)

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to .

Network and Security Engineer ~ Show Information

Technology Development, Information Technology
Butler University

The Network and Security Engineer serves the mission of Butler University as a member of the department of Information Technology.  This individual maintains architecture, technology, change management, security, and design of the network in conjunction with the IT Operations and Technology Development teams.  A successful candidate will have experience architecting interoperability and security between disparate systems.  This individual will collaborate with team members to create project plans, timelines, and deliverables, and will guide operations personnel in the maintenance of a secure and functional network.

• Maintains a strong understanding of interconnected systems at Butler
• Enforces policies and procedures with regard to network administration tasks
• Coordinates and assists with the application  of updates, fixes, customizations, and configuration changes throughout the network infrastructure
• Design firewall rules as well as securely bridging interconnected systems
• Responsible for NAC (Cisco ISE, experience preferred) as well as firewalls (ASA), IPS (Cisco) and other security systems such as SIEM (QRadar), vulnerability management (Nessus)
• Manages network applications (experience with DNS, DHCP,  NTP, and load balancing, F5 preferred)
• Responsible for routing, switching, VRF configuration, firewalls, BGP, and wireless
• Troubleshoots network problems in Butler's 9500 node network      
• Creates network documentation and diagrams logical networks
• Oversees and manages relationships with vendors and partners in infrastructure space
• Manages budget associated with implementation of new building networks and upkeep of existing campus-wide wired and wireless networks
• Automates repeated tasks with respect to monitoring systems and network health
• Automates manual tasks
• Stays abreast of industry changes and best practices for networking and use in higher ed.
• Develops, recommends and adheres to IT standards
• Understands and can configure virtual networking
• Understands centralized wireless management and configuration with Cisco Prime   

• Bachelor's degree with ten years of Information Technology or related experience or an Associate's degree with ten to fifteen years Information Technology or related experience
• Proficiency in network addressing (IPv4), advanced DNS and DHCP required
• Cisco Certified Professional certifications strongly preferred
• Proficiency in a programming or scripting language preferred
• Knowledge of NAC, NAT, VRF, ACLs, Cisco VOIP, Cisco wireless preferred
• Knowledge of security best practices preferred
• Evidence of strong customer service and communication skills
• Demonstrated ability to work and lead in a team environment
• Demonstrated ability to work a flexible schedule that includes occasional weekend hours

To apply, please visit and enter keywords "Butler University".  Follow the instructions to upload your resume and a cover letter that outlines your interest in and qualifications for this position.

Sr. Project/Program Manager, Strategic Initiative ~ Show Information

Sr. Project/Program Manager, Strategic Initiative
Partnership, Information Technology
Butler University

The Senior Project/Program Manager, Strategic Initiative is primarily responsible for the facilitation, planning, and coordination of key strategic initiatives for the campus and Information Technology. The person will work to develop vision, collaboration and agreement across the campus and within IT on key initiatives that are large in scale and across several divisions. He/she will oversee and monitor progress on a range of endeavors. Initially, this role will focus on processes and systems related to improving our management and use of constituent information to meet institution-wide goals "CRM," but this will likely evolve over time. Exceptional interpersonal skills, strong written, oral communication and negotiation skills are crucial to successful performance in this role. This individual may also serve one or more teams/projects by performing a secondary role (business analyst, project manager, system analyst, data architect) based on the individual's abilities.

• Develop vision, direction and general approach to key strategic initiatives as assigned by the CIO or Director of Partnership
• Foster an inclusive, holistic approach across campus on key initiatives
• Help build community engagement and agreement on the vision and execution of these initiatives
• Continually work with clients and IT to evolve and refine the strategy on these initiatives
• Work closely with the CIO, supervisor and other key IT members in integrating the initiative into the portfolio and team work plans
• Ensure effective communication is occurring regarding the initiative for all key constituents, Butler leadership, governance groups, and IT members regarding the initiative
• Be ultimately responsible for the strategic initiative, meeting predetermined business objectives and ROI
• Working in conjunction with other IT & constituent groups, ensure timely progress on initiatives as assigned
• Stay abreast and report on best practices in higher ed related to the assigned strategic initiatives
• Develop business case for initiatives and assist in the definition of project success metrics

• Ability to interact effectively with senior management, interns, clients, and peers in a fast-paced environment and under aggressive deadlines
• Ability to work through other departments, outside of their control, to achieve a set of university goals
• Excellent analytic, conflict negotiation and problem solving skills
• Demonstrated project management experience with a focus on communication and coordination. Experience working with multiple constituent groups, a wide-range of technology systems, and large projects preferred
• Ability to consult with internal stakeholders to determine needs, perform high-level business analysis, and package solutions with the program that meets those needs

To apply, please visit and enter keywords "Butler University".  Follow the instructions to upload your resume and a cover letter that outlines your interest in and qualifications for this position.

Information Systems Security Officer ~ Show Information

Information Systems Security Officer
Information Technology
Butler University

The IT Security Officer works with information technology and business application, infrastructure and process owners, under the authority of the CIO, to oversee the information technology security program for Butler University.   He/she develops and monitors a cost-effective IT security program including policies, procedures, guidelines, awareness and training plan, overall security infrastructure,  systematic monitoring, and reporting to senior leadership.  Included in this scope is oversight of the disaster recovery & business continuity programs for the university.

This position provides a coordinated focus for the IT department and campus to help ensure that security & disaster recovery practices are in place and aligned with the institution's risk profile.   He/she will prepare the university-wide IT plans to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations.  He/she will serve as designated IT security manager for programs such as HIPAA & PCI as needed. 

This individual will address both complex technical areas while also focusing on the human and social aspects of security (i.e., given that many security breaches are human errors vs. technical issues).  Individual will also work to gain interest and influence campus constituents in IT and across campus that are outside the person's direct control.
He/she will work, as needed, with individuals such as the Chief of Public Safety, university controller, VP of Finance & Administration, IT governance groups such as the ASIC & IMC, university FERPA & HIPAA coordinators, and the board of trustees' audit committee.  He/she will be responsible to deal with range of sensitive issues with appropriate confidentiality.

• Cultivates, reviews, and interprets new sources of information on current and emerging laws, rules, regulations, and industry practice relating to information technology security, privacy & business continuity.
• Responsible for developing a cost-effective information technology security & recovery program for the University including policies, procedures, guidelines, awareness and training plan, overall security infrastructure , and monitoring.
• Works with technology infrastructure owners and under the authority of the CIO, implements the appropriate IT programs.
• Designs and monitors cost-effective programs for the overall security and integrity of the university's electronic information, information systems, and information networks.
• Develops, implements, and provides training policies, standards, guidelines, and security monitoring process in relation to general control, security programs, privacy, business continuity and development and operation of the university infrastructure.
• Develops and implements the university-wide information technology security plan to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations.
• Develops and implements awareness program(s) for University employees.
• Provides guidance and direction for the physical and logical protection of information technology resources.
• Responsible for developing and reviewing the Incidence Response Plan and manages the Incident Response Lifecycle.
• Manages a security 'practice' that spans the IT department.
• Works as a liaison with state and federal authorities requiring information and reports on security incidents to include campus policies, FBI, or other law enforcement agencies.
• Establishes a reporting process to ensure that management is kept appraised of the effectiveness of the campus information technology security and recovery programs. 

• Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience; degree in Computer Science/Information Technology related field preferred.
• Ten years of general experience in IT
• Experience leading projects and doing proposals, preferably across domains
• Experience managing third party vendors
• Experience with network infrastructure (IPv4, IPv6, and TCP/IP)
• Experience in at least one of:  application development, operating systems, in-depth PC/Mac experience, or auditing. 
• Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public
• CISSP professional certification; others such CISM or CRISC desirable.

To apply, please visit and enter keywords "Butler University".  Follow the instructions to upload your resume and a cover letter that outlines your interest in and qualifications for this position.

Butler University is committed to enhancing the diversity of the student body and our faculty and staff.  In addition hiring decisions are made on the basis of an individual's qualifications, past experience, overall performance and other employment-related criteria.  Butler University provides equal opportunities for employment and advancement for all individuals, regardless of age, gender, race, religion, color, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, national origin, or any other legally protected category.