At the University of California, Berkeley, we are committed to creating a community that fosters equity of experience and opportunity, and ensures that students, faculty, and staff of all backgrounds feel safe, welcome and included. Our culture of openness, freedom and belonging make it a special place for students, faculty and staff.
The University of California, Berkeley, is one of the world’s leading institutions of higher education, distinguished by its combination of internationally recognized academic and research excellence; the transformative opportunity it provides to a large and diverse student body; its public mission and commitment to equity and social justice; and its roots in the California experience, animated by such values as innovation, questioning the status quo, and respect for the environment and nature. Since its founding in 1868, Berkeley has fueled a perpetual renaissance, generating unparalleled intellectual, economic and social value in California, the United States and the world.
We are looking for equity-minded applicants who represent the full diversity of California and who demonstrate a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds present in our community. When you join the team at Berkeley, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, staff, students and community partners. In deciding whether to apply for a position at Berkeley, you are strongly encouraged to consider whether your values align with our Guiding Values and Principles, our Principles of Community, and our Strategic Plan
Berkeley IT believes in and fosters a workplace environment where people can bring their diverse skills, perspectives and experiences toward achieving our goals through a process of critical inquiry, discovery, innovation, while simultaneously committing to making positive contributions towards the betterment of our world.
In addition, members of the Berkeley IT community have created and endorse the following values for our organization to augment and amplify the campus principles:
We champion diversity.
We act with integrity.
Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging are more than just suggestions for us. They are the guiding principles underlying how we come together, develop leaders at all levels of the organization, and create an environment that unites us. We affirm the dignity of all individuals, call upon our leaders to address critical issues with integrity and intention, respect our differences as well as our commonalities, and strive to uphold a just community free from discrimination and hate.
About the Information Security Office
The Information Security Office (ISO) coordinates the risk management process for UC Berkeley's information systems and directs campus-wide efforts to adequately secure Institutional data. ISO is led by the Chief Information Security Officer and consists of seven areas: Information Security Policy, Information Security Operations, Information Security Development, Identity and Access Management, Information Security Assessments, Outreach and Engagement, and Service Management. This position is part of the Security Operations team and reports to the Information Security Operations Supervisor.
The Information Security Operations team is a close-knit group of talented information security professionals performing critical information security functions for the institution, including monitoring for intrusion, vulnerability scanning, incident/breach response, asset registration, designing and building security systems to help reduce risk, and the management of systems in support of these functions both on-premises and in multiple cloud environments.
The Information Security Office (ISO) coordinates the risk management process for UC Berkeley's information systems and directs campus-wide efforts to adequately secure Institutional data. ISO is led by the Chief Information Security Officer and consists of seven areas: Information Security Policy, Information Security Operations, Information Security Development, Identity and Access Management, Information Security Assessments, Outreach and Engagement, and Service Management. This position is part of the Identity and Access Management team (CalNet) office and reports to the IAM Manager.
Working with the IT Architect, the incumbent is expected to evolve CalNet’s web applications and mentor junior developers in technology adoption. This position is responsible for getting new technologies working seamlessly in the UC Berkeley environment while ensuring performance, robustness, security, accessibility, and compliance with campus standards for enterprise systems are met. This position will also be responsible for key building block application components that can be utilized by developers everywhere across the campus.
- Working with the IT Architect, applies advanced applications programming concepts to design, develop, modify, debug, and evaluate highly complex programs for functional areas.
- Responsible for providing analysis for highly complex existing programs or works to formulate logic for new systems, devise logic procedures, perform coding, data analysis, performance and integration testing and debug programs, dealing directly with various levels of the organization.
- Initiates, designs, and uses complex relational databases. Performs highly complex data modeling and analysis
- Demonstrated ability to apply advanced applications programming concepts to design, develop, modify, debug and evaluate highly complex programs for functional areas.
- Requires advanced skills associated with programming design, modification, and implementation.
- Experience with the Java programming language is required
- Must have advanced skills in web applications, web programming language and object-oriented programming concepts including experience frameworks such as Spring Boot and Vue.js
- Strong technologist with a pragmatic view and creative mind, and a natural collaborator with architects, engineers, developers, application owners, and service providers.
- Demonstrated effective communication and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate technical information to technical and non-technical personnel at various levels in the organization. Interpersonal and communications skills to work with both technical and nontechnical personnel at various levels in the organization.
- Must be self-motivated, work independently or as part of a team, able to learn quickly, meet deadlines and demonstrate problem solving skills.
- Ability to develop moderately complex test plans, and conversion and system implementation plans.
- Demonstrated ability to Initiate and recommend changes in development, maintenance and system standards.
Salary & Benefits
Salary commensurate with experience. For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit:
How to Apply
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