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Our customer has asked Talent 101 to identify a Security Analyst for a 6 month project located in Austin, Texas.
What is the project about, what will the selected candidate be doing and what is the outcome our customer expects?
This position serves as an enterprise systems administrator and performs highly complex computer system analysis work: Support of software tools and services provided by HHSC infrastructure operations enterprise tools group; Analyzes user requirements, procedures and problems associated with automated processing or to improve existing systems; Provides advanced support of enterprise-level tools installed on Windows, Unix, Linux, Solaris and mainframe environments; Tools support the HHSC agency development staff, including software configuration management, secure file transfers and reporting applications; Assures software is current and properly patched; Maintains ongoing communications with users to determine requirements of new computer applications and systems; ensures modifications to existing systems; and coordinates with affected areas as needed; Performs system design such as diagrams and flowcharts; Works under minimal supervision with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment; and Provides 24/7 support.
Position supports enterprise software tools and services maintained by HHSC infrastructure and operations; tools include Cyber Fusion, Globalscape, Connect Direct and IRS remediation server; supports enterprise secure file transfers; trading partners include Social Security Administration, Medicare and Medicaid services, Food and Nutrition Service, Chase Bank, Texas Medicaid Healthcare Partnership, Maximus and agencies such as CPA, TWC, OAG and LBB; has access to confidential data including HIPAA, financial information, other sensitive documents, and servers and passwords; only HHSC staff is allowed access to servers; vendors may not access systems due to audit determinations and IRS rules (30%). Position supports trading partners to ensure secure file transfers are completed during batch runs and analyzes requirements associated with user accounts; creates user IDs and passwords; also analyzes automated processing and improves existing systems to ensure all transfers reach intended destination securely (20%). Position provides advanced support of enterprise-level tools installed on Windows, Unix, Linux, Solaris and mainframe environments; administers secure file transfer servers and tools 24 hours a day for agencies, and trading partners (20%). Position maintains ongoing communications with users to determine requirements of new computer applications and systems; ensures modifications to existing systems; and coordinates with affected areas as needed (15%). Position performs system design such as diagrams and flowcharts; works under minimal supervision with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment (10%). Position supports HHSC agency development staff; software configuration management; and ensures all software is current and properly patched (5%).
What is required to be successful in this opportunity?
· 3 years Proficiency with UNIX and Windows operating systems.
· 3 years experience with secure file transfer server applications.
· 3 years experience in administrating secure file transfer servers in Windows and/or UNIX platforms.
· 3 years knowledge of computer hardware and software, computer operating systems, writing program code and automated mapping; including secure file transfers tools such as Globalscape, ConnetDirect, FileZilla, WinSCP, CoreFTP, Cyberfusion, GenTran, TumbleWeed and Enhanced File Transfer. Skill in coordinating and solving problems, scheduling, testing, installing, and implementing programs.
Applicants must be at least 18 years or older, must be willing to take a drug test and background check as part of the selection process and must have legal authorization to work in the United States.