The Catholic University of America

CURRENT POSITION LISTINGS
The Catholic University of America has a variety of staff positions available below. This list is updated on a regular basis. To apply, follow the directions indicated at the bottom of each posting. If available, use the six digit position number listed below each position as part of your correspondence.

Before applying please note the following: 

  • Follow the instructions on how to apply for a particular position as outlined in the listing below.
  • A completed and signed Application for Employment is required if you are interviewed or specifically asked for a completed application in the job posting.
  • Applicants must specify which position they are applying for and where applicable, indicate the corresponding six digit position number.
  • Applications can only be accepted for positions that are currently posted.
  • Applications cannot be accepted for positions that may be open in the future.
  • Only those applications meeting the minimum qualifications for the position are considered.

Additional points to consider:

  • No CUA employee may hold a position in the academic department/school/office in which the employee is enrolled in a degree program.
  • Regular full-time and part-time employ­ees may not be full-time CUA students.
  • Newly hired employees must be prepared to present acceptable documenta­tion showing his/her identity and/or work authorization as required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA).
     

Applicants under 18:

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Position Quick List

Grant Coordinator (101421), Finance

Managing Director (101423), Columbus School of Law

Senior Database Administrator (101258), Technology Services

Systems Administrator I (101420), Technology Services

Assistant Director (101393) Financial Aid

Staff Psychologist (101411), Counseling Center

Systems Administrator III (101408), Technology Services

Temporary Learning Specialist, Disability Support Services

Design Technology Resources Administrator (101383), School of Architecture and Planning


Sergeant (101300), Public Safety

Network Engineer III
(101301), Technology Services

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Grant Coordinator (full-time, 35 hours/week) Applications close 9.18.14
Finance
101421


Position Summary: The Sponsored Accounting Office’s activities fall into three classifications: compliance, grant administration, and service. The office has overall oversight responsibilities for all aspects of financial compliance monitoring, including adherence to OMB regulations. In this capacity, the office is the centralized point for the annual federal compliance audit, the OMB audit. The office is also responsible for post-award grant administration, including billing and collecting, financial reporting and system setup for each grant. Finally, the office provides customer service by answering questions from Principal Investigators and departmental administration representatives and serve as a contact point for governmental and private sponsors.

Reporting to the Director of Sponsored Accounting, the Grant Coordinator provides administrative and accounting support for all investigators, faculty, and staff in support of sponsored programs including approvals, billing, and original grant set-up.

Essential Responsibilities Include: This position is required to meet any specific departmental customer service agreements and the Finance Division’s commitment to excellent customer service, which includes but is not limited to the following, within the constraints of the applicable compliance requirements:

• Understand customer’s needs and wants
• Strive to constantly and consistently exceed what has been promised
• Provide ‘value-added’ services to any internal or external customers
• Make each contact or interaction with customers courteous and professional
• Obtain and evaluate all relevant information to either:
  (a) make an informed decision on handling inquiries, requests or complaints; or,
  (b) communicate and coordinate with the appropriate internal department or designated individual(s) to
       effectively resolve the situation. Do not simply pass the customer to another finance department but
       facilitate that transfer by passing all relevant data to get the issue resolved.
• Be responsive and follow-up on customer queries, requests, complaints or interactions in a timely manner in
  accordance with division and department standards

Regular interaction with principal investigators to answer questions and address issues. Review expense documentation submitted by grant personnel to ensure that cost is allowable, within budgeted limits and within approved project time period. This documentation includes but not exclusively, appointment forms, travel forms, direct pay forms, and credit memos. Daily chartfield approval for grant-related purchase requisitions. Preparation of effort certification reports, in conjunction with the senior grant accountant.

Sets up all new grants and grant amendments in Cardinal Financials. Sets up budget in Cardinal Financials according to sponsor-approved budget guidelines. Completes any necessary, approved budget modification requests made by principal investigators. Makes cash deposits on daily basis, as relevant. Oversight of principal investigator’s procurement card usage, including oversight on the charge reclassification process and initial resolution of budget issues and the regular review of attached receipts for cost allowability. Responsible for preparing most non-federal monthly invoices. Meet specific departmental standards for customer-service focus, response time and follow-up. Maintain a professional demeanor and composure even in stressful or challenging situations.

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is required. Must possess at least two (2) years' experience in a professional office environment. Must have knowledge of basic accounting principles and use of spreadsheet applications. Proficiency with MS Office applications (intermediate proficiency with Excel). Must possess effective organizational skills and be an effective communicator both verbally and in writing.

Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of Federal Regulations (FAR, OMB Circulars) is a plus. Experience with PeopleSoft preferred.

For immediate consideration, please forward 1) resume and 2) cover letter to recruiterb@lists.cua.edu. Please reference position number 101421 in your correspondence. You must include your salary requirements as part of your application.

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Managing Director (full-time, 35 hours/week, non-faculty appointment). Applications close 9.24.14
Columbus School of Law - Columbus Community Legal Services
101423


Position Summary: The Columbus Community Legal Services Clinic (CCLS) includes the teaching and supervision of students, the direct provision of legal services to low-income residents of the District of Columbia and the delivery of community outreach services and conferences to members of the surrounding District of Columbia Community.

The Managing Director provides law practice oversight and oversees all aspects of the day-to-day operations of CCLS consistent with legal and professional ethical obligations; spearheads community outreach projects and conferences; enhances the continued growth and development of CCLS as a model law office environment; and coordinates the overall management of the organization within a framework of CCLS's organizational goals, mission and vision.

Essential Responsibilities Include: Managing the provision of legal services; perform and coordinate complex legal research on issues; facilitate the development, implementation and enhancement of office procedures; anticipate and identify legal issues; work with CCLS faculty in conducting community needs assessments; develop the annual office budget; provide an annual community service report; and build relationships of goodwill and work to enhance the image of CCLS.

Minimum Qualifications: A J.D. is required. A minimum of four (4) years' prior experience in a public interest law setting, with at least one (1) year of prior experience in a supervisory capacity. Must be committed to working in a law office that serves the needs of low-income people; a commitment to working with students, faculty and other personnel in an academic setting; possess the ability to work well with others and well under pressure; and possess good organizational and computer skills.

Please note, this is a non-faculty appointment. For immediate consideration, please forward your resume and salary requirements to recruiterb@lists.cua.edu. Please reference position number 101423 in your correspondence.

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Senior Database Administrator (Lead DBA, 35 hours/week). Open until filled.
Technology Services

101258

Position Summary: Technology Services serves the university by providing access to high quality, state-of-the-art, computing, communications and information resources through the Internet, local and wide area networks, databases and libraries, and by supporting the management information needs of the university.

The department utilizes PeopleSoft to Satisfy its Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) function requirements and maintains a team dedicated to supporting, maintaining and customizing the PeopleSoft platform to best serve the university administrative needs. The department maintains and manages various specialized ancillary applications to support the specific functional and business process needs of our campus departments and the university.

As a Senior Database Administrator (SDA), this position's primary purpose is to design, administrate and maintain all aspects of a database environment (Oracle and MS SQL Server) - architecture design, installation and creation of databases, configuration of the hardware and software in relation to databases, assign database security, tuning, backup and recovery, and maintaining overall database integrity. The SDA will support the PeopleSoft Enterprise system running on Oracle RDBMS environment with specific emphasis on the PeopleSoft server architecture - support and coordinate the implementation of major and routine technical projects such as system upgrades of Oracle, People Tools, and PS applications (including but not limited to Campus Solutions, HCM, Financials, Tax Updates and bundles, Financial Aid regulatory releases and more), troubleshoot system problems and assist in designing solutions to address requested enhancements.

Essential Responsibilities Include: Configuring and maintaining all database environment activities; managing appropriate security, availability and performance levels for all environments; and participating in new functionality development to ensure secure, elegant and low maintenance data design is adopted.

Minimum Qualifications: A bachelor's degree is required. A minimum of seven (7) years' experience in a database technical support or development function and at least two (2) years' experience as a PeopleSoft DBA or equivalent ERP system. Experience must include working within a formal SDLC environment; and database performance and monitoring tools and performance tuning.

Preferred Qualifications: A bachelor's degree in information technology, computer science or related discipline. Experience managing or leading a technical team of application and/or database administrators. Experience within PeopleSoft Modules as well as PeopleSoft Integration with third party systems. Some project management experience.

For immediate consideration, please forward resume and salary requirements to recruiterb@cua.edu. Please reference position number 101258 in your correspondence.

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Systems Administrator I (full-time, 35 hours/week). Open Until Filled
Technology Services
101420


Position Summary: The Operations team within Technology Services maintains the network, computing and communications infrastructure that supports the university. The team plans for, implements, develops, and deploys network, server, client computer and telephone equipment and software, and operates and maintains the technology infrastructure to maintain performance, availability and security of systems and services.

Reporting to the Associate Director, Operations, the System Administrator I installs, operates and maintains computing infrastructure, including servers, storage systems, virtualization environments, directory services, enterprise messaging, system backups and automated software deployments to provide a secure, reliable and available computing infrastructure for the university.

Essential Responsibilities Include: Maintaining computing infrastructure in good working order with high availability and performance; implementing new or upgraded computing infrastructure to support university needs; performing operational tasks such as administering servers, performing system backups, maintaining inventory and other documentation; automating complex or repetitive operational activities; answering technical questions and providing technical assistance; maintaining assignment completion schedules.

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is required, preferably in an IT related field. However, demonstration of sufficient equivalent experience in systems engineering and project management is acceptable in lieu of formal education.

Currently active Microsoft Solutions Associate (MCSA) Windows Server certification is required or must be attained within eight months of employment.

One year experience administering enterprise-class computing infrastructure in a Microsoft Active Directory environment.

Must possess knowledge of, and materially demonstrable experience configuring and administering:

• Microsoft Active Directory, including administering user and computer accounts, and Group Policy Objects
• Microsoft Windows 7 or later in an Active Directory domain
• Microsoft Windows Server in an Active Directory domain
• Enterprise system backup software

Must have experience using command line languages to administer Windows Server; PowerShell experience is strongly preferred.

Must also possess: Excellent analytical skills, excellent learning skills, excellent planning and organizational skills, excellent written and spoken communication skills, customer service skills and technology awareness.
For immediate consideration, please forward 1) resume and 2) cover letter to recruiterb@lists.cua.edu. Please reference position number 101420 in your correspondence. You must include your salary requirements as part of your application.  

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Assistant Director, Financial Aid (full-time, 35 hours/week). Applications close 9.19.14
Enrollment Management- Office of Student Financial Assistance
101393

Position Summary: The Office of Student Financial Assistance is responsible for the administration (awarding, processing and disbursement) of Federal Title IV funds and for the processing and disbursement of all CUA Funds (Operating, Endowed and Restricted Gifts), all totaling over $100,000,000.00 annually in accordance with federal, state and institutional policies and regulations.

The Office of Student Financial Assistance is also responsible for counseling students and parents on their options for making a CUA education affordable and for aiding in the university’s recruitment and retention efforts.

Reporting to the Director of Student Financial Assistance, the Assistant Director is responsible for providing oversight of the administration of all Scholarship and Grant financial programs. Responsible for review of CSS PROFILE data. S/he manages the Financial Aid Counselors responsible for these scholarship and grant programs. S/he also ensure that the information provided to students is in compliance with federal, state and university policies and regulations.

Counsels students/families on the availability and types of financial aid, eligibility, application procedures, the aid delivery process, cost and the requirements necessary to insure that financial aid funds are disbursed. Works with the Office of Student Financial Assistance team to meet objectives and to achieve long-range goals within the FA budget.

Essential Responsibilities Include: Responsible for the overall program administration of institutional and or federal scholarship and grant aid programs or processes. Review existing policies and procedures for area(s) of responsibility, with responsible Financial Aid Counselor(s), to assure compliance with relevant regulations. When appropriate, proposes recommendations for policy changes and procedural improvements. Advise and counsel undergraduate and graduate students/families in person, or in writing on the availability and types of financial aid, eligibility, application procedures, the aid delivery process, cost and the requirements necessary to insure that financial aid funds are transferred to student accounts. Responsible for review of CSS PROFILE data and recommending appropriate action. Review student applications and financial documentation and perform verification procedures. Evaluates unusual/mitigating circumstances documentation or appeal information provided by the student and or parent; exercises professional judgment by making adjustment or revisions to cost, contributions, need or dependency status, SAP status, as exceptions to the prescribed process/policy. Intercede for students with other areas of the University (Academic Departments, Admissions, Enrollment Services, Faculty, Career Services, Student Services, Housing). Interface with students, parents, lenders, guarantee agencies and other CUA offices to research and resolve issues. Assists with other financial aid activities such as outreach, reporting and monitoring. Prepares and performs audience customized financial aid presentations. Perform duties of Counselor on Call on designated days. Collects and/or analyzes financial data on students to determine aid eligibility and make awards according to federal, state, donor and/or institutional guidelines. Analyze various system generated reports such as Enrollment Credit Audit, Authorization and Disbursement report, Over-award audit, to verify continued compliance and eligibility of students receiving aid under federal, state and institutional guidelines; notifies students of changes in eligibility of awards and alternatives to amend situation. Write and deliver performance reviews. Provide coaching and mentoring to staff in order to deliver quality service and solutions to business customers. Monitor and motivate team members work performance through coaching, one on ones, and development planning.

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor degree is required. At least four (4) years’ of related experience in financial aid operations and administration. At least one (1) year of supervisory experience. Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint). Experience using PeopleSoft (or similar student information system) is required. Working knowledge of COD, EdConnect, NSLDS preferred. Comprehensive knowledge of Title IV regulations, federal financial aid needs analysis.

Ability to maintain extreme confidentiality. Ability to individualize information to the particular needs and situation of the student/parent. Excellent organizational and managerial skills. Public speaking skills are required with the ability to translate technical financial aid concepts into non-technical terms. Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities concurrently. Ability to effectively manage and advise support staff. Detail oriented.

For immediate consideration, please forward 1) resume, 2) cover letter and 3) salary requirements to recruiterb@lists.cua.edu. Please reference position number 101393 in your correspondence. You must include your salary requirements as part of your application.

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Staff Psychologist (full-time, 35 hours/week). Open until filled.
Counseling Center
101411

Position Summary: The CUA Counseling Center assists students with defining and accomplishing personal and academic goals by serving as a multidisciplinary, campus-based mental health organization dedicated to addressing the diverse needs of CUA students. The center provides a broad range of direct clinical/counseling, educational learning assistance, consultative, outreach, training, assessment, and emergency response programs and services. Reporting to the Director, the Staff Psychologist provides professional mental health services (i.e., counseling and psychotherapy) to the CUA student community and also provides supervision and training for D.C. area graduate students in mental health fields. The Staff Psychologist also participates in the Counseling Center's learning assistance, consultative, outreach, educational, assessment/referral and emergency response programs and services.

Essential Responsibilities Include: Providing counseling and psychotherapy; conducting assessments and referrals; supervising and training graduate student therapists; participating in outreach, consultation, and education programming; providing learning assistance services; providing emergency consultation by phone and in-person regarding on-campus mental health emergencies; and, other administrative duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: Doctoral degree required. Five (5) to six (6) years of experience to earn doctoral degree, including at least three (3) years' worth of clinical placements plus a full-time, one-year pre-doctoral internship. Requires a doctorate in counseling psychology, clinical psychology or related discipline from an APA-accredited program. Licensure or demonstrated ability (within 1 year) for licensure in the District of Columbia.

Strong clinical and supervisory skills. Strong knowledge of fundamental counseling and learning assistance roles, responsibilities, practices, essential programs and services. Strong knowledge of the clinical, legal and ethical aspects of treating college students. Awareness of college student development, health and welfare issues. Ability to plan, organize, and set priorities. Demonstrated ability to be productive, deliver high quality work, take initiative, use good judgment and solve problems.

For immediate consideration, please forward resume, cover letter, salary requirements and names and contact information of two professional references to recruiterb@lists.cua.edu. Please quote position number 101411 in your correspondence. Minorities are encouraged to apply.

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Systems Administrator III (full-time, 35 hours/week). Open Until Filled
Technology Services
101408


Position Summary: The Operations team within Technology Services maintains the network, computing and communications infrastructure that supports the university. The team plans for, implements, develops, and deploys network, server, client computer and telephone equipment and software, and operates and maintains the technology infrastructure to maintain performance, availability and security of systems and services.

Reporting to the Associate Director, Operations, the System Administrator III designs, implements, operates and maintains computing infrastructure, including servers, storage systems, virtualization and cloud computing environments, directory services, enterprise messaging, system backups and automated software deployments to provide a secure, reliable and available computing infrastructure for the university.

Essential Responsibilities Include: Maintaining computing infrastructure in good working order with high availability and performance; designing and implementing additional computing infrastructure functionality to support university needs; ensuring application of information security principles and practices in the delivery computing systems and services; developing project plans and coordinating project activities; advising and directing work teams, performing the same and higher level tasks as the team.

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is required, preferably in an IT related field. However, demonstration of sufficient equivalent experience in systems engineering and project management is acceptable in lieu of formal education. Current Microsoft Solutions Expert (MCSE) certification is required.

Five (5) years' experience administering enterprise-class computing infrastructure in a Microsoft Active Directory environment. Experience must include success in implementing computing infrastructure in a large enterprise environment.

Must possess materially demonstrable experience designing, implementing and configuring:
• Microsoft Active Directory Domain Services
• Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 or later in an Active Directory environment
• VMware vSphere 5 or later
• Software programs, including Microsoft PowerShell
• Enterprise storage area network (SAN) and network-attached storage (NAS) systems, especially EMC VNX
• Enterprise messaging, especially Microsoft Exchange 2010 or later enterprise messaging
• Enterprise system backup software
• Enterprise monitoring/management tools

Must also possess: Excellent analytical skills, excellent learning skills, excellent planning and organizational skills, excellent written and spoken communication skills, customer service skills and advanced technology awareness. For immediate consideration, please forward 1) resume and 2) cover letter to recruiterb@lists.cua.edu. Please reference position number 101408 in your correspondence. You must include your salary requirements as part of your application.

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Temporary Learning Specialist (part-time, 20-25 hours/week)
Disability Support Services


The Office of Disability Support Services at the Catholic University of America is seeking a temporary, Learning Specialist to assist with learning assistance, time management, and study skills instruction for students with disabilities. Applicants should demonstrate experience providing workshops and individual instruction of learning strategies and academic skills for post-secondary students with ADHD, developmental disorders, and learning disabilities. 

The Learning Specialist will: 

  • Provide learning strategies and/or coaching services to individual students.
  • Assist students with learning disabilities, ADHD, TBI to understand cognitive strengths and weaknesses and how they impact their learning style.
  • Assist students in development of appropriate study strategies.
  • Coordinate and provide individualized/group skill acquisition and development sessions on study skills, time management, test anxiety, organization, etc.
  • Conduct learning style inventories.

Qualifications:  Master's degree in relevant field, understanding of Americans with Disabilities Act and experience in implementing ADA, demonstrated knowledge and expertise in the direct-instruction of learning strategies and excellent oral and written communication skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office. Interested applicants should submit a current resume, cover letter and contact information for three reference to Emily Lucio lucio@cua.edu.

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Design Technologies Resources Administrator (full-time, 35 hours/week). 
School of Architecture and Planning
101382

Position Summary:  The School of Architecture and Planning is dedicated to the professional education of architects and planners and others who will design, build and conserve the built environment. This position will be responsible for the development and implementation of the strategic vision and day-to-day operations of the School's Technology Services Unit, which serves approximately 500 users. The Design Technology Resources Administrator will report to the Assistant Dean. 

Essential Responsibilities Include: Developing and implementing the strategic vision and oversee the day-to-day operations of the school's technology resources; providing oversight for the school's computer labs, printing shops, classroom technologies, audio visual operations, associated equipment and staff; providing systems administration, maintenance and oversight including: file and print services, network file shares, server-based print queues and access controls; anticipating the implementation and maintenance of hardware, software, web teaching platforms and classroom technology software; developing training for students, staff and faculty including workshops; providing direction and oversight for a diverse, technical staff including systems administrators, visual resources center staff, and the fabrication lab/shop staff; providing project management for the school's technology work, including managing project resources, budget and staffing; and acting as the school's liaison with Technology Services and other partners to integrate technology initiatives and maintaining overall infrastructure. 

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is required. At least three (3) years' of experience as an IT professional to include: providing local area network concepts, Microsoft Networking, including network file shares, server-based print queues and access controls. At least one (1) year of experience as a manager, supervisor, project manager, team leader or troubleshooter for an IT team. 

Significant knowledge of and demonstrated experience in design, installation and management of:
 - Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh computer hardware and software (all recent versions for workstations and servers)
 - Microsoft Active Directory
 - DNS, DHCP, TCP/IP
 - Windows file and print servers, Internet Information Servers
 - Audio/Visual and multimedia systems

Preferred Qualifications: At least five (5) years' experience as an IT
 professional with at least two (2) years' in a supervisory capacity. Experience with schools or practices of architecture, design and/or engineering. Experience working in an environment that uses 2-D and 3-D CAD and CAM software packages. Experience using server virtualization software and business-class system backup software. Experience managing an information technology office to include its budget, staff and technological operations. 

For immediate consideration, please forward 1) resume and 2) salary requirements to recruiterb@lists.cua.edu. Please quote position number 101382. You must include your salary requirements as part of your application.

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Sergeant (full-time, 40 hours/week). Open Until Filled.
Open to external applicants and current CUA SPO’s. Only DC, MD, VA applicants will be considered.
Public Safety
101300

Position Summary: The Department of Public Safety (DPS) has the primary responsibility for the personal and property safety on the CUA campus, Theological College, Investment properties and leased facilities. DPS provides continuous, twenty-four-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week patrol, and emergency services for a comprehensive, research university and its associated program.

Reporting to the Lieutenant, the Sergeant provides protection of persons and property on the campus of The Catholic University of America by utilizing police skills and patrolling techniques to maintain a safe environment. The Sergeant enforces laws of the District of Columbia, as well as university rules, regulations, and policies.

Responsibilities Include: Providing faculty, staff and students highly efficient and professional protection and service; providing supervision in conjunction with the Lieutenant to all officers on duty; attending training classes in leadership, patrol techniques, crime prevention and awareness; promoting an attitude of friendliness helpfulness, tact, understanding, and caring in the performance of assigned duties; critiquing reports and compiling time worked for officers assigned to tour of duty; and ensuring accuracy on daily logs.

Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma or G.E.D. equivalent. Must have a minimum of five (5) years of experience in law enforcement (security officers, campus police, police officers, military police) with at least two (2) years of supervisory experience. Must have successfully completed a law enforcement academy. Must have knowledge about police work or security work, and possess a working knowledge of the laws of the District of Columbia pertaining to the protection of life and property. Must have strong leadership abilities. Strong knowledge of public safety standards, operations and systems. Excellent knowledge of police, administrative and patrol procedures.

Current SPO’s: Must have completed three (3) years' satisfactory service, must be a Special Police Officer, have successfully completed the Campus Law Enforcement Academy (250 hours) or an equivalent law enforcement academy, have no disciplinary actions in file with recommendation for termination. Must have average job knowledge, and strong leadership abilities.

Must have the ability to: generate confidence with the campus community, prospective students, families, donors and the general public; translate knowledge and skills into actions; ability to write informative reports, review and classify departmental reports; and manage police records and reports.

This position requires driving on behalf of University business. Possession of a current and valid U.S. driver's license is required along with an initial MVR clearance check. An annual MVR clearance check is conducted thereafter.

Please note, this position requires shift work which may include evenings and/or weekends. For immediate consideration, please forward 1) Application for Employment, 2) resume and 3) salary requirements to recruiterb@lists.cua.edu. Please reference position number 101300. You must include your salary requirements as part of your application.

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Network Engineer III (full-time, 35 hours/week). Open Until Filled.
Technology Services
101301


Position Summary: Technology and Communications Infrastructure (TechComm) team within Technology Services maintains the network, computing and communications infrastructure that supports the university. The team plans for, implements, develops, and deploys network, server, client computer and telephone equipment and software, and operates and maintains the technology infrastructure to maintain performance, availability and security of systems and services.

Reporting to the TechComm Director, the Network Engineer III designs, implements, operates and maintains equipment and services, including routers, switches, firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, network access control systems, wireless networking controllers and access points and telephony systems to provide a secure, reliable and available data network and communications infrastructure for the university.

Essential Responsibilities Include: Maintaining network and communications infrastructure in good working order with high availability and performance; designing and implementing additional network and communications functionality to support university needs; ensuring application of information security principles and practices in the delivery of network and communication systems and services; developing project plans and coordinating project activities; advising and directing work teams, performing the same and higher level tasks as the team.

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is required, preferably in an IT related field. However, demonstration of sufficient equivalent experience in network engineering and project management is acceptable in lieu of formal education.

Current Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) certification.

Five (5) years' experience administering recent-version enterprise-class Cisco switches, routers, firewalls and wireless controllers. Experience must include success in implementing network and communications infrastructure in a large campus environment.

Must possess knowledge of, and materially demonstrable experience implementing and configuring:

  • Network cabling, including fiber optic
  • Cisco enterprise-class routers and switches, especially Catalyst 6500
  • Cisco Nexus data center switches
  • Enterprise-class firewalls
  • Enterprise-class wireless networking
  • Network diagramming tools, including Microsoft Visio
  • Enterprise network monitoring/management toolsMicrosoft Windows Server network services in an Active Directory environment, including DNS, DHCP
     

Must also possess: Excellent analytical skills, excellent learning skills, excellent planning and organizational skills, excellent written and spoken communication skills, customer service skills and advanced technology awareness. For immediate consideration, please forward 1) resume, 2), cover letter, 3) salary requirements to recruiterb@lists.cua.edu. Please reference position number 101301. You must include your salary requirements as part of your application.