Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools is seeking a Network and Security Analyst within the Information Technology Department. This is an opportunity to work with a forward-thinking School District that, together with families and communities, enable all students to become life‐long learners and productive, caring citizens by providing inclusive, challenging and engaging educational opportunities through the continuous improvements of instruction and supports for learning. The position provides excellent benefits and a supportive work environment that encourages teamwork and personal growth.
Network and Security Analyst – Your Role
Under the direction of the Director of Information Technology or designate, you will take a lead role in the IT department’s efforts to ensure that the IT network and information security needs of the school district students, staff, schools, and departments are being met. Working with a team of IT professionals, you will apply your current and relevant skills, training, experience and passion in the areas of enterprise networks and security to continuously develop, implement and maintain effective and modern standards of network operations for the district as well as of the district’s information security strategy, defense and response capabilities.
Your Qualifications, Education and Experience include:
How to apply
Wage is per CUPE 606 Collective Agreement, $34.98 with a competitive pension and benefits package. This is a 40 hour per week position.
Applications should include a detailed personal résumé, cover letter, certificates and diplomas, as well as transcripts. Please provide a minimum three professional references from direct supervisors.
Note: Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools thanks all applicants for their interest in working with us, however, only those shortlisted for an interview will be contacted.
Specific questions about the posting may be sent to ITnetsec@sd68.bc.ca .
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