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Company: Ameren, St. Louis, MO
Job Title: EMS Regulatory Specialist I
Date Posted: 01/14/2013
Industry: Computer Science
Summary:

AMEREN
Req. # 11890
Title:  EMS Regulatory Specialist I
Location: St. Louis, MO
 
POSITION DESCRIPTION:
The EMS Regulatory Specialist I provides operational support and life-cycle management of the hardware and software infrastructure
supporting operation of the Transmission Operations Energy Management System (EMS) that have direct revenue, cost, or productivity
impact on the corporation. In addition this position assists in maintaining the cyber security of the EMS in adherence to NERC Critical
Infrastructure Protection (CIP) regulatory standards.  Key responsibilities include:
 - Adhere to all aspects of general computer controls necessary to ensure the effective, secure and regulatory compliant operation and
administration of Ameren Transmission Operation’s computing resources and consistent integrity of the various systems of data.
- Research new developments and trends in the computer industry to maintain professional expertise to assist in technology planning
and influence the technology standards used by the company.
- Monitor trends and changes in the NERC CIP regulatory standards to assist making necessary updates to internal processes and
procedures that will ensure compliant CIP programs are maintained and reportable violations are avoided.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Engineering, or equivalent computer
 related degree from an accredited college or university. Consideration may be given to candidates with eight or more years of relevant
Windows operating and/or cyber security experience without the academic requirements.
Experience: Two or more years Windows operating system experience required.  Two or more years relevant cyber security experience
in areas such as access control, security architecture & disaster recovery planning required.  Experience with NERC CIP audit program
preferred.  Experience with server troubleshooting, performance monitoring, configuration management and various systems management utilities preferred
Other:  Strong computer network security skills preferred.  Primary technologies supported include Windows operating systems, Intel
server hardware, systems management utilities, remote server management skills, storage area network solutions, TCP/IP network components &
services,  Position requires carrying an on-call pager or cell phone as part of a staff supported weekly rotation schedule to provide the required
system support (24x7x365).
 *Salary/job title dependent upon selected candidate’s credentials.

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