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Director of Academic Technologies Boston Main Campus
The Academic Technologies (AT) team at Northeastern University (NU) is currently seeking a talented individual to fill the role of Director of Academic Technologies. Reporting directly to the Associate Vice President of Research Computing & Academic Technologies, the Director of Academic Technologies is responsible for the leadership and management of the AT support mission. The role will work closely with faculty and direct AT staff members to help design, implement, and maintain innovative technology services and solutions that advance the teaching and learning mission of NU. A key focus will be on robust integrations with the Learning Management System to fully leverage modern technology in support of the Northeastern 2025 vision.
Associate VP & Chief Information Security Officer Boston Main Campus
Reporting directly to the vice president for information technology and chief information officer (CIO), the associate vice president and chief information security officer (CISO) is responsible for Northeastern University’s total information security needs—domestically and internationally—and the development and delivery of a comprehensive information security strategy and privacy program designed to ensure university information assets are adequately protected. The CISO will also maintain a dotted line relationship to the Office of General Council to ensure open and trusted communication and collaboration in sensitive and legal matters. The CISO is responsible for identifying, evaluating, and reporting on information security risks in a manner that meets compliance and regulatory requirements, and aligns with and supports the risk position of the university. The CISO works with key IT offices, data custodians, governance groups, and business and other key stakeholders in the development of security and application policies and best practices; oversees the effective dissemination of policies, standards, and procedures to the university community; establishes annual and long-range security and compliance goals; defines security strategies, metrics, reporting mechanisms, and services for continual program improvements; stays abreast of information security issues and regulatory changes affecting higher education at the state and national level; and communicates to and engages with the university community on a regular basis.