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Information Security Specialist

EverCheck is looking for an Information Security Specialist to implement and manage the operation of the organization’s information security program. This is a full time position in our Jacksonville Beach office.

Company Description:

EverCheck is an automated system for license verification that provides ongoing monitoring of healthcare licenses. These licenses are verified daily, complying with Joint Commission & DNV Healthcare standards and safeguarding organizations against licensure issues. We specialize in monitoring licenses for medical staff, nursing, and other allied health professions. In addition to state licenses, EverCheck remains all inclusive by also offering this automated service to help monitor national certifications issued by national certifying bodies.

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Position Description:

The Information Security Specialist is a newly developed role within our company, designed to help lead EverCheck’s Information Security initiatives. This person will be responsible for leading internal and external efforts to preserve the integrity of EverCheck’s software and client data, and reduce overall risk. Knowledge of healthcare laws and regulations, such as HIPAA, is preferred. 


  • Define, implement, and enforce information security policies, strategies, and procedures that align with business goals and requirements, including compliance with healthcare laws and regulations, such as HIPAA.
  • Identify where gaps exist, develop plan, and recommend information security improvements as they relate to the achievement of business goals and objectives.
  • As a security subject matter expert, respond to internal and external security assessments, and ensure appropriate documentation is complete. As needed, oversee follow up on items that require remediation and ensure a timely and appropriate response.
  • Work alongside the IT Operations team to oversee and review internal and external audits, providing direction to remediate action items as needed.
  • Maintain an effective information security awareness program and educate internal teams on best practices.

Desired Skills:

  • If you have a cool talent like break dancing, magic, or opera singing that would be fun to see.
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • 2-3 years experience in Information Security
  • Experience in healthcare and basic understanding of HIPAA compliance preferred.

Why EverCheck:

EverCheck is a small company that empowers and fosters employees and keeps our core values at the forefront. We care about our team and offer full benefits and creative incentives for a healthy and active lifestyle! Our energetic team also works hard so we can play hard through events like company runs and volunteering to give back to our community.

  • Laid back office environment – Flip flops are the new oxfords.
  • Medical, dental, and vision benefits – “An apple a day…” doesn’t always work. 
  • Wellness benefits – We’ll help you pay your gym fees and get you discounts on organic produce.
  • Retirement plan with company matching – Live in the moment…but plan for the future too.
  • Ownership incentive bonus – When we all work together toward success, we all win!

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