GateHouse Media LLC seeks an experienced, energetic and engaging leader who wants to become part of an exciting, vibrant community of information technology professionals supporting our mission. Our information technology environment is highly distributed and diverse, with strong leadership and coordination from Chief Information Officer (CIO) and direct reports.
We are seeking a strong, knowledgeable leader to provide input to our vision, strategy and broad-based planning in addition to hands-on operational responsibility as the VP, Information Security (VPIS). The VPIS reports to the CIO, is a member of the CIO leadership team and serves a key role in a high-visibility area of our business. The VPIS is an advocate for GateHouse Media’s total information security needs and is responsible for supporting the development of a comprehensive information security strategy to optimize the security posture of the organization – and operationally delivering it as well as maintaining information security related regulatory compliance. The VPIS leads the development and implementation of a security program that leverages enterprise-wide resources, defines and facilitates information security governance, advises the CIO on security direction and resource investments, and helps design appropriate policies to manage information security risk. The complexity of this position requires a leadership approach that is engaging, imaginative and collaborative, with a sophisticated ability to work with other leaders to set the best balance between security investments and other priorities of our business.
Qualifications and Requirements
Minimum of one relevant professional certification- (CISSP, MCSD, GIAC, or CEH preferred).
Bachelor’s degree in computer science or the equivalent work experience is required. Graduate degree preferred.
Information security certifications, such as CISSP, CISM, or equivalent preferred. Information systems auditing certification such as CISA or GISA is highly desirable.
Minimum of six years of prior work experience in information security is required.
Must have experience with common information security management frameworks.
Track record of planning and executing complex work efforts.
Strong interpersonal communication, analysis, and writing skills.
Strong leadership skills including ability to work effectively with business unit managers and information technology and information technology operations staff and the ability to lead in a matrix environment is required.
Clifford Oto’s award-winning photo in the CNPA contest
Congratulations to the team at The (Stockton) Record, which recently received a total of 25 awards at the California Newspaper Publishers Association’s 2015 Better Newspaper Contest.
Alex Breitler received five honors, including first place in Business Reporting category and second in the Writing category and earned honorable mentions in Sports Game Story, Environmental Reporting and Agriculture Reporting.
Mike Klocke received two awards, including first place in Column Writing and second place in Editorial Writing.
Lori Gilbert won first place in Profile Feature Story and an honorable mention in Writing.
The Record’s sports department received three second-place awards, including Special Section, Thomas Lawrence’s Sports Game Story award and Kelly Jones’ Sports Feature Story award. The team received honorable mentions in Best Overall Sports Section, for Bob Highfill’s Sports Feature and for Lawrence for Sports Game Story.
Michael Fitzgerald earned second place in Column Writing and Clifford Oto earned second place in Artistic Photo.
The Record earned honorable mention in General Excellence, and other honorable mentions went to Reed Fujii for Agricultural Reporting, Joe Goldeen for Enterprise Reporting, Kevin Hecteman in Video Journalism and Elizabeth Roberts for Profile Feature Story.
Other honorable mention awards included Arts and Entertainment coverage for TimeOut sections, Special Section and Best Front Page and Layout and Design.
The Tracy Press earned first place for Sports Action Photo and second place for Special Section. The Lodi News-Sentinel received second place in News Photo.
Congratulations to South Atlantic Regional Vice President Lucy Talley, who recently received the Honorary Life Membership award from the Mid-Atlantic Newspaper Advertising and Marketing Executives.
Talley oversees operations of newspapers in Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina.
“Lucy is, without question, one of the best people I’ve ever worked for. She is equally full of ideas and willing to listen to her people,” Said Konrad La Prade, advertising director of The (Gaston) Gazette and The (Shelby) Star. “She constantly moves obstacles out of the way of her team while inspiring her people to excel.”
GateHouse Media’s Propel Marketing was one of only 34 U.S. businesses to be recently named a Google AdWords Premier Small & Medium Sized Business Partner. Propel’s selection into the elite business community is a direct outcome of its commitment to delivering best-in-class search engine marketing solutions to customers and the GateHouse Media field organization’s success selling these solutions.
Premier partners meet Google’s highest standards and criteria for qualification, transparency, customer service and retention and have completed Google product and account management training.
The program helps connect Google’s AdWords partners with businesses that want help creating, managing and optimizing online advertising campaigns. Partners also provide campaign management, detailed reporting, one-on-one customer support and broad marketing guidance.
“We are extremely excited to expand our relationship with Google by becoming one of their Premier SMB Partners,” said Pete Cannone, Chief Executive Officer of Propel Marketing. “This distinction underscores our commitment to small and medium-sized businesses. It will provide us with insights, training, and support all designed to help us better serve our valued clients, and continue delivering quality results.”
Jason Taylor, president of GateHouse Media’s Western U.S. Publishing Operations and GateHouse Live, recently was announced as a keynote speaker at Media Finance Focus 2016, Media Finance Management’s 2016 conference, which will be held May 23-25 in Denver.
Taylor will address how a media organization can jumpstart its sales culture and how culture change is influenced by the finance function.
The conference serves as a primary source of professional education for business and credit management executives in the media industry and will feature presentations from more than 150 industry experts.
Congratulations to the Sarasota Herald-Tribune’s Michael Braga, who won a Pulitzer Prize in investigative reporting for his investigative piece “Insane. Invisible. In Danger,” a multi-part investigation of the consequences of the state of Florida’s budget cuts on mental hospitals.
Braga was honored alongside Tampa Bay Times reporters Anthony Cormier, formerly of the Herald-Tribune, and Leonora LaPeter Anton.
“I’ve thrashed around my whole career trying to get to bigger papers in bigger cities, but it turns out I was in the right place all along,” said Braga. “I’ve been able to work on fascinating and far-reaching stories, and I’ve been surrounded by extraordinarily talented and driven journalists and patient editors who tolerated my eccentricities and were willing to dole out dozens of second chances.”
This marks the second Pulitzer Prize for the Herald-Tribune and the second time Braga has been a finalist for the honor.
A new strategic partnership with GateHouse Media offers SNPA member newspapers access to quality editorial and content services – at a 15 percent discount.
The GateHouse Center for News & Design creates original content, including special sections, theme and feature pages, info-graphics, cartoons and illustrations. The Center’s Community Content division offers efficient re-writes of user-submitted content, including press releases, letters to the editor and calendar event listings.
SNPA members can now get a 15 percent discount on the following GateHouse services:
More Content Now, GateHouse Media’s niche solution that features daily pages, special sections and original content. Content offerings include:
Weekly regional college sports pages. SEC, Big 10 and Big 12 football, Big 10, ACC and Big 12 basketball pages are available.
Daily nation and world, business and sports pages (a dozen pages all together daily) in different shapes and sizes to fit your daily wire report. Agate, NFL and Major League Baseball pages also are available.
Community Content, a GateHouse Media service that assists news teams by writing news briefs and turning press releases into newsroom-style stories.
“The Center for News & Design is offering SNPA members content that readers want to see in their newspapers, and having such a reliable source of quality national and feature content gives newsrooms more time to expand their local coverage,” says SNPA Executive Director Edward VanHorn. “This new partnership with GateHouse has made ready-to-use content even more affordable.”
“GateHouse newspapers have taken advantage of this content for years and we continue to add to the lineup and evolve our offerings and services,” said David Arkin, GateHouse Media senior vice president of content & product development. “A growing number of clients have begun to use this content, especially our sports pages, and are getting great response from both readers and advertisers.”
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