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Dollar Bank, MIS Administrator

Job Information

Job Title

Management Information Security (MIS) Administrator

Job Overview

The Management Information Security (MIS) Administrator creates and maintains user accounts and security access for both Mainframe and distributed systems. The MIS Administrator performs and maintains programming for security reporting and/or systems, participates in project life cycles, and analyzes and resolves problems relating to security and program change control. In addition, the candidate will also perform turnover for mainframe source code and source code for distributed systems, software distribution, and other duties specific to the assigned unit. This position is located at our Liberty Commons facility in the Strip District, and the hours of this position are Monday-Friday, 8:15am-4:30pm.

Posting Date


Principal Activities/Objectives

  • Monitors and documents security incidents
  • Creates logon ids and passwords for all security platforms
  • Creates and maintains security access for all security platforms
  • Performs production turnover of programs for mainframe and distributed systems
  • Distributes software releases and upgrades
  • Reviews documentation for adherence to standards
  • Attends project meetings when applicable
  • Files security request forms and documentation
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Skills and Experience Required

  • College degree required with a concentration in Information Technology; will also consider equivalent experience 
  • Must possess a knowledge of Windows Active Directory 
  • Knowledge of ACF2, Identity Manager, UNIX, Endevor, RBAC, and group policy is preferred 
  • Knowledge of CICS, TSO, and Tandem is preferred 
  • This position requires the ability to recognize and enforce policies and procedures where necessary, an understanding for the need of internet and intranet security, and knowledge of security best practices 
  • The ability to understand and implement cryptography and digital certificates is preferred 
  • The ability to work independently with minimal supervision and the ability to problem solve analytically and logically is a must 
  • The ability to maintain neutralities in dealing with users and data processing personnel is required 
  • Candidate must be able to maintain the bank’s best interest in a problem or crisis situation

Carol Moon
Human Resources Officer
Three Gateway Center, 1 West
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: 412-261-5979 Fax: 412-261-585

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