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Information Services Director at Central Peninsula Hospital (Soldotna, AK)

POSITION SUMMARY:  Under the direction of Senior Leadership, the Information Services Director provides vision and leadership for the strategic development and management of information, information resources, and technology to support achievement of Central Peninsula Hospital's mission, vision, values, strategic goals, and priorities. As security officer, the IS Director oversees all ongoing activities related to the development, implementation, maintenance of, and adherence to the organization's policies and procedures covering the security of, and access to, electronic patient health information (PHI) and personal identity information (PII) in compliance with federal and state laws and the healthcare organization's information security practices. The IS Director is responsible for assuring information services security of both physical IS equipment and information contained therein. 

  1. Department Operations: The Director of Information Services administers, organizes, and plans activities of the department.  This may include establishing and updating policies and procedures in accordance with hospital policies, standard practices of the profession,  and related state and federal laws; regularly conferring with other departments to coordinate activities and needs of the Information Services department; initiating plans to   motivate staff and achieve work goals; timely and accurate reporting; promoting    professional growth among staff by identifying and meeting staff education needs with   proper training and necessary equipment and supplies to effectively perform their work.
  2. Fiscal Management: The Director of Information Services maintains department expenditures within approved   department budget.  This may include developing department operating and capital budgets for approval by the Chief Financial Officer and Administration; providing input into establishing staffing levels for the department; monitoring and adjusting staffing to maintain productivity levels; providing rationale for budget and productivity variances.
  3. Human Resources: The Director of Information Services administers the human resources of the department. This may include hiring new employees with administration's authorization; assuring all staff are trained to perform their jobs, properly oriented to the work environment and provided with the necessary equipment and supplies to perform their work; conducting performance reviews of Information Services employees, counseling and/or disciplining employees for unsatisfactory work performance of  violation of department or hospital policy; recommending appropriate salary adjustments;  interpreting hospital and department policies to staff; and analyzing/resolving worker and  work related problems.  
  4. Quality: The Director of Information Services develops and implements quality control  procedures to include developing, monitoring, and reporting of quality management studies; modifying departmental practices to improve outcome; involving staff in the quality management process; providing for identified education needs; participating in the quality improvement process; and collaborating with other health care professionals inter-departmentally and within the community to address identified  problems.  The Director of Information Services attends monthly department manager meetings; conducts own department meetings, and keeps own department meeting minutes, giving a copy to the Administrator.
  5. Integrated Information System: The Director works toward an integrated information system within the facility and throughout the community.  The Director of Information Services works with committees and Administration in the periodic review and update of long range IS    department plans assessing new hardware and software technology and forming new policies.  This includes prioritizing needs and implementing plans.  The Director has the ultimate responsibility for scheduling and controlling operations, monitoring systems utilization, and working with vendors to correct problems and maintain high response time and job throughput.  The Director is responsible for the planning, acquisition, and supervision of installation and configuration of new hardware and software.  This position acts as  the computer systems security officer assuring information services security of both physical IS equipment and information contained therein; evaluates utilization and effectiveness of production system through periodic audits and consistent control procedures; and develops and  coordinates training programs to provide effective utilization of hardware and software.
  6. Continuous Learning: The Director of Information Services takes responsibility for personal and professional development by participating in professional organizations and hospital committees; increasing knowledge base through continuing education; maintaining specialty certification, as appropriate; promoting the professional image of the hospital through community involvement; and contributing to the professional growth of others.
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Open Source Developer at Corelight (Munich, Germany) (allows remote)

Corelight is a high-growth security startup that emerged from the open source community of Zeek (formerly Bro), a powerful and widely-used network monitoring framework. We secure some of the most sensitive and mission-critical networks in the world, and our rapidly-growing customer base includes eight of the Fortune 50. Open source is in our DNA: Corelight was co-founded by the inventor of Zeek along with its key open source committers.


We are seeking an experienced C++ developer interested in developing future versions of Zeek with us. This is a full time position doing open source development: You will work on Zeek’s open source code base, and you will interact with Zeek’s global user and developer community to integrate feedback & review contributions. Your work will shape Zeek going forward, and your code will become deployed widely by some of the largest organizations in the world.


  • Design and develop new features for open source Zeek

  • Maintain & modernize Zeek’s existing code base

  • Write technical Zeek documentation

  • Help maintain Zeek infrastructure & community resources

  • Support the open source Zeek community through GitHub, mailing lists, social media

  • Participate in Zeek community events

  • Collaborate with related open source projects & communities to advance joint interests

  • Support integration of Zeek into Corelight products


Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree

  • 2+ years of software development in C++ on Unix-style platforms

  • Experience programming in standard scripting languages (e.g,. Python) and Unix shells (e.g., bash)

  • Experience with common open source development work flows and tools (e.g., GitHub, Git, CMake)

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree or above, preferably in computer science or related field

  • 5+ years of software development in C or C++

  • History of substantial contributions to an open source project

  • Familiarity with Zeek and, ideally, the Zeek C++ code base

  • Experience developing security or networking software, in particular network intrusion detection systems

  • Understanding of network protocols and tools for analyzing network traffic (tcpdump, Wireshark, Snort, Suricata)

  • Experience programming in C++11 or newer

  • Working in, or closely with, security operations

Remote work is an option. If you are interested in remote work, please point that out in your application.

We understand that no candidate is perfectly qualified for any job. Experience comes in different forms; many skills are transferable; and passion goes a long way. Even more important than your resume is a clear demonstration of dedication, impact, and the ability to thrive in a fluid and collaborative environment. We want you to learn new things in this role, and we encourage you to apply if your experience is close to what we’re looking for.

We also know that diversity of background and thought makes for better problem solving and more creative thinking, which is why we're dedicated to adding new perspectives to the team.

Working at Corelight

In addition to helping to make networks safer around the world, Corelight is a great place to work. We provide competitive salaries, equity and benefits, but those are just table stakes. No matter where you're based, we aspire to make working here one the best experiences of your career.

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