The New Jersey Judiciary is seeking an individual to work in the Information Security Unit (“ISU”) in the design, installation, deployment, and support of enterprise-wide security systems that support court technology and business processes. The individuals will work in a highly technical environment that utilizes technologies to include, but not limited to security technologies in Security Design and Analysis, Access Management, Mainframe, Open Systems, Programming. The selected individuals will design, evaluate and collaborate on the deployment of security systems that support the technical infrastructure and cross-platform applications that include mobile, web-based and mainframe applications as well as enforce the security model, technologies, and standards. This position requires strict adherence to the “CIA Triad” (Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability) and handling all information on a “need to know” basis.
Note: This position will occasionally require working outside of normal business hours and on-call. The candidate may be required to work in the following alternative work hours within a 35 hour work week in a 7 day period: 8am-4pm, 4pm-12am, 10pm-6am, 12am-8am. The selected candidate should be open to all of these alternative work hours.
This position may also qualify for remote work outside of Judiciary buildings. To participate in this program, you will be required to have high speed home internet access. This program does not supersede the “New Jersey First Act”, which requires newly hired Judiciary employees to establish, and then maintain, principal residence in the state of New Jersey.
Example of Duties
- Assist management in the development of information security systems.
- Monitor information security systems for vulnerabilities, potential security incidents, and system error conditions and follow up or remediate issues.
- Notify management of all vulnerabilities, incidents, problems immediately and with confidentiality.
- Perform information security reviews and risk assessments, as directed by management.
- Research vulnerabilities and develop strategies for safeguarding information.
- Implement information security procedures related to new applications and initiatives.
- Conduct quantitative and qualitative research related to security processes, programs and projects.
- Prepare technical proposals based on changes in infrastructure, newly identified vulnerabilities, improvements in monitoring tools and changing best practices.
- Install, configure and maintain security hardware and/or software.
- Develop and update information security tasks related to disaster recovery support.
- Work with management on new projects, as assigned.
- Serve as a system administrator for mainframe and other heterogenous systems.
- Train on mainframe for other staff.
- Assist with incident response.
- Provide support to other divisions.
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in a field related to computer science, information technology or the area to which the applicant is applying, such as information systems, human-computer interaction, interactive media, software engineering, computer networking, and/or cybersecurity.