Security Engineering Manager at JMU IT Technical Services in Harrisonburg
Posted: June 21, 2018

James Madison University is accepting applications for a Security Engineering Manager. The Security Engineering Manager provides leadership and supervision for the security engineering staff and coordinates the IT organizations technical activities to implement and manage the security infrastructure and provide status updates to management and the Information Security Officer.

More information at JMU JobLink

Software Engineer at Jenzabar in Harrisonburg (411 Product Development)
Posted: Jan 2, 2018  

Jenzabar is looking for a talented and experienced Software Engineer to join our team of passionate people in designing and developing a high quality, end user focused administrative web application for higher education. This individual should be highly proficient with HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript/jQuery and have a passion for web development as well as a keen eye for well-designed UX and UI. The Software Engineer should have solid experience with Responsive Web Design techniques to build interfaces… [more]

Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from a four-year college or university

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Director of Information Technology at LHS in Lexington
Posted: Oct 30, 2017

The Director of Information Technology is responsible for the design, implementation, and ongoing maintenance of all server, network, and computing technology for Lexington City Schools and the City of Lexington. This position also assists with networking and server support at the Rockbridge ECC. The position reports to the Superintendent of Lexington City Schools and the City Manager. Given oversight of the city’s varied technology infrastructure, the Director of Information Technology must be self- driven, organized, and possess a keen attention to detail. As primary support for faculty, staff, and students, the Director of Information Technology must also be collaborative and committed to customer service.

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