PUBLIC SAFETY AND PHYSICAL SECURITY ENGINEER, Information Systems and Technology (IS&T), to direct efforts for technical work between MIT Police and IS&T and provide day-to-day support for mission critical systems. Will assume responsibility for the operation of secure and highly available critical infrastructure systems and services; design and lead installation, maintenance, upgrades, and continuous improvement of the Institute's physical security environment and law enforcement systems; provide leadership for monitoring the physical security infrastructure, operating environments, and business processes as well as for optimal performance of the operational law enforcement systems; ensure timely responses to incidents and problems; and work with the manager of campus safety and security infrastructure to develop and maintain strategic planning for integration and growth based on an understanding of emerging security technologies.
REQUIRED: a bachelor's degree or technical institute degree/certificate; at least seven years of relevant experience designing, migrating, deploying, and managing physical security infrastructure; experience with law enforcement systems, infrastructure solutions, and operation; experience managing migration of key systems/applications; understanding of emerging technologies and technology trends in security is critical; in-depth knowledge of and experience with Motorola P25 radios, QED (Quese Enforth Development), CJIS (Criminal Justice Information System), Jivasoft On Duty, DHQ (Digital HeadQuarters), Genetec video management systems, and NICE audio logger; extensive experience building relationship and dealing with law enforcement personnel; and ability to lead planning, design, and testing and strong troubleshooting and problem solving skills. Relevant certification preferred, as is CJIS compliant vendor verification. Job #14100-Q
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