Judicial Branch Job Openings
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These are all the jobs available with the Judicial Branch at this time.
Friday, January 09, 2015
As of June 16, 2014, all job
applications must be submitted via HR Online. Paper
applications will not be accepted. The only
exceptions to this are: Court Interpreter, Temporary
Assistant Clerk I, Temporary Court Recording Monitor
and Temporary Paralegal.
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Network Designer (Network Security)
Judicial Branch, Information Technology Division, East Hartford
The CT Judicial Branch Information Technology Division (ITD) is seeking an
individual with experience administering a public facing network security
infrastructure. The successful candidate will take proactive steps to secure
the Judicial network infrastructure while collaborating with the Connecticut
Bureau of Enterprise Systems & Technology, FBI, US-CERT and other
cyber-security reporting bureaus to monitor, analyze, report and assess the
risk of illicit Internet activity to the infrastructure.
Duties will also include
conducting network and system vulnerability evaluations and risk mitigation
steps; participation in various internal security committees as well as
being part of ITD's crisis response team. The position requires extensive
experience monitoring and interpreting firewall and intrusion prevention
system logs as well as using tools such as Tenable Nessus and NetScout
Sniffer to detect and assess cyber threats as well as to develop
recommendations to improve security.
Candidates who possess a solid
understanding of network protocols, and encryption methods such as IPSEC,
TLS and SSL as well as experience using an industry leading SIEM product or
service for event monitoring and detection are preferred. CISSP
certification is preferred, however candidates in the process of acquiring
certification will be considered. A working knowledge of the NIST 800-53
standard as well as excellent written and oral communication skills is
essential. Cisco certifications and current membership in a US-CERT group is
General Experience: Eight years of experience in computer
operations, programming, systems development or technical support.
Special Experience: Two years of the general experience
must have been at an advanced technical level performing a full range of
complex network management, systems software support, LAN or mid-range
system administration duties.
College training in Management Information Systems or a related field may be
substituted for the general experience on the basis of fifteen semester
hours equaling one half year of experience to a maximum of four years for a
Bachelor's degree. A Master's degree in a related field may be substituted
for one additional year of the general experience.
REQUIREMENT: Incumbents may be required to travel in the course of
their daily work.
Starting Salary - $74,848 plus benefits; with
applicable annual increments through pay group steps.
Applications must be
received by January 26, 2015. Applications should be submitted
through the on-line application site at:
https://www.jud.ct.gov/hronline/. Paper applications will not be
Please reference posting number #15-4000-001