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Job Posting - University of Oklahoma
From: "Ensz, Sean A." <ensz () OU EDU>
Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2008 16:26:10 -0600
The University of Oklahoma in Norman has an immediate opening for a Computer Forensic Investigator. In addition to this
position, we also have the following positions opening later this month: Application Security Analyst I, Application
Security Analyst II (PCI compliance), Security Incident Handler, Security Compliance Auditor.
Applicants with qualified skills and interest should utilize the following link to apply. http://jobs.ou.edu
Title: Forensic Investigator
Direct Report: IT Security Director
Department: Information Technology
Pay Band: Analyst III
Requisition Number: 06583
The Forensic Investigator position is part of the IT Security team and, more specifically, is a senior member of the
Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT). This position requires a solid foundation of technical experience,
expertise and strong analytical and communication skills. This individual will work with university legal counsel,
university administration, as well as with various law enforcement officials, responding to numerous electronic
discovery and computer investigation requests. A strong background in forensic practices, procedures and evidence
handling is required. A general understanding of the litigation process is preferred.
Position will maintain and employ knowledge of university IT and network operations in order to conduct litigation
support duties, establish and maintain rapport with university departments, and assist developing litigation processes
This individual will perform electronic discovery and computer forensic services including digital evidence
preservation, analysis, data recovery, tape recovery, electronic mail extraction, and database examination. Other
duties include administrating technical systems that support the OU Cyber Forensics Lab and helping secure the
-Bachelor's degree in a computer related field OR an equivalent combination of education/job related experience.
-36 months of computer investigation or computer forensics experience.
-Computer forensic certifications such as Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC), EnCase Certified Examiner
(EnCE), and AccessData Certified Examiner (ACE).
-IT Security certifications such as SANS Security Essentials (GSEC) or Certified Information Systems Security
Professional (CISSP) are preferred.
-A general understanding of the litigation process is preferred.
-Familiarity with the use of technology in various areas of computer investigation and litigation such as forensics,
incident response, discovery, e-discovery, hearings and trials;
-Possess interpersonal skills necessary to maintain effective relationships with attorneys and other staff;
-Ability to organize and prioritize numerous tasks under time constraints with little supervision;
-Familiarity with Windows and Linux server operating systems, Active Directory, networks, and database management.
CISSP, GSEC, EnCE, RHCE
Principal Forensic Investigator
IT Security Office
- Job Posting - University of Oklahoma Ensz, Sean A. (Nov 10)