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Remote Work is available with only 1-2 days per month of physical presence in the office required. When physical presence is required, employees are responsible for travel expenses to their office site. Additional Hybrid Telework and Alternative Work Week Schedules are also available.

University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) employees may qualify to transfer their current and previous employment credit to State of California employment through CalPERS. Human Resources can help with this process upon employment or you can reach out to CalPERS for inquiries at (888) 225-7377.

Under direction, incumbent works under the direction of the Information Technology Supervisor II, Security Operations Group (SOG). The Information Technology Specialist I (ITS I) works as part of the SOG maintaining the configuration, administration, and monitoring of the SOG’s security systems and tools. Identifies and dissects highly targeted attacks and other suspicious activity using a variety of network-based tools. Provides accurate and rapid reporting of in-depth technical analysis results in written form. Research potential exploitation methods. Identifies and analyzes network security appliance logs. Provides mitigation suggestions in the context of a security incidents, as it relates to the technical analysis of PHSIHING, Malware, Anti-Virus, or other artifacts. The ITS I works in the Information Security Engineering domain.

Do you have the following education or experience?

When using education to meet the general experience requirements listed in the minimum qualifications, education must include the specified information technology or closely related course work. Closely related course work refers to a course of study involving the study of computing, such as software engineering, computer engineering, Management Information Systems, Geographic Information System, and computing technology.

Two years as an Information Technology Associate; or


Four years of general information technology experience performing technical and/or analytical tasks for computer systems or services in any of the six domains or emerging information technology fields; or


120 semester units (or 180 quarter units) from an accredited college or university including at least 15 semester units (or 22.5 quarter units) of information technology or closely related course work; or


Any equivalent combination of experience and education.


When using education to meet minimum qualifications, education must include the specified IT or closely related course work.

If so, you may meet the minimum qualifications. Apply today!