The Other Big Bank has openings!

From our friends at US Bank:

Senior Windows Operating System Engineer (Req # 190042755)

  • Senior desktop engineer responsible for creating workstation build images and deployment process using modern best practices while meeting security requirements and the needs of the business
  • Simplify and consolidate multiple workstation images, and create build task sequences
  • Coordinate with Information Security Services team to ensure baseline security requirements are met
  • Design and implement best practices approach to delivering configuration setting changes in a scalable, efficient manner that maintains persistence over time (i.e. baseline deviation remediation)
  • Mastery of MS Windows workstation OS and configuration and MS ConfigMgr is required

OS Security Technology Architect (Req # 190042761)

  • Implement best practices for security configurations within the enterprise workstation image that optimally balances security risk with employee/user experience
  • Collaborate with Windows Workstation OS build engineer(s) to optimize build configuration based on security and non-security-based requirements
  • Act as a “blue team” in response to internal “red team” penetration testing of workstation builds; identify and create solutions that close security findings that are discovered
  • Collaborate with Workstation Vulnerability Management team to close security vulnerabilities that are due to configuration or apps (vs patches)
  • Maintain pulse of Windows 10 OS updates and develop strategy for whether and how to enable each new released feature (not necessarily security related)
  • Incident Handling (e.g. GCIH) and White Hat experience from a blue-team perspective is strongly preferred; Security SME from a workstation perspective

Senior Systems Engineer (Req # 190042745) (2 positions available)

  • Provide senior-level technical troubleshooting and problem management of systemic and challenging workstation issues
  • Mentor junior members of troubleshooting team
  • Drive improvements in workstation system reliability and performance
  • Use performance monitoring tools to proactively resolve problematic processes
  • Identify and develop solutions for technical issues or configurations causing a suboptimal workstation experience for employees/users
  • Automate means of finding problem areas within workstation health and performance, as needed, and resolutions
  • Requires deep understanding of MS Windows, Office, application interactions, services, processes, memory and crash dump diagnostics, network traces, login workflow, authentication issues, startup & login scripts, Group Policy Objects, security tools, and file system knowledge
  • Familiarity with MS ConfigMgr, Windows Defender, BitLocker, and McAfee strongly preferred
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