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Provide leadership and highly specialized expertise to executive leadership on privacy and information protection principles and techniques, related Federal and State regulations and laws, and industry standards in the development, implementation, and direction of a university-wide Privacy program including the IU HIPAA Privacy and Security Compliance Program. Responsible for the handling and protection of institutional and personal data in accordance with applicable Privacy requirements and best practices. Ensure that adequate procedures are in place for response to incidents involving the potential or actual exposure or disclosure of personal or institutional information. Exercise independent authority and joint authority with other assurance officers to develop an environment and foster a culture that demonstrates a high-level of capability and compliance for privacy policies in university activities.
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Required: Bachelor’s degree, preferably in disciplines related to public policy or information sciences (e.g., Informatics, Library Science, Law, Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Information Systems Management, Medicine, etc.) Eight years plus experience in information management and technology management of which at least four (4) years are related to HIPAA compliance, service management, planning, and policy development, and management of privacy or related programs. Experience with information and personal privacy issues (educational and health records privacy specifically), copyright and software piracy law, development of press releases and other media interactions, IS audit and control issues, and research techniques.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to gain and maintain a professional certification in privacy (e.g., CIPP) within two years of appointment.
Preferred Qualification: Master’s degree; experience in a higher education environment is highly desirable and experience in an appointed faculty position is very helpful.
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Internal Number: 07680P
About Indiana University
University Information Technology Services (UITS) tends to the modern, multifaceted technology environment at Indiana University. Each day, UITS works to develop and maintain a rich information-technology environment throughout the university that supports IU's vision for excellence in research, teaching, outreach, and lifelong learning.