The Applications Delivery unit provides for application integration, delivery and remote access to desktop applications. This includes but is not limited to the enterprise application management, and solution delivery to sustain the current and future desktop environment systems. As detailed below, the individual positions within this work unit will be required to collaborate and assist staff in other technology work units.
As members of the Applications Delivery work unit, the Systems Analyst/Engineer provides a high level, broad spectrum of systems analysis, engineering, and project management for OHSU ITG technology platforms that support Enterprise services and missions. Specifically, this position provides for Systems Analysis, Systems Administration, Systems Engineering, Security Administration and Project Management. The primary work for this position is to analyze, engineer and implement systems related to integration, delivery and remote management of software programs and applications into organizational information systems. This position is responsible for testing the desktop interoperability of application modules under development by in-house software development teams. The position also supports underlying technology platforms that provide the enterprise and desktop delivery of mission critical and other applications systems. These platforms include Citrix, SMS, various desktop imaging systems and other virtual delivery systems such as Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). In addition, this position will provide back-fill to other TeSD work units that utilize the Systems Analyst/Engineer. The Applications Delivery Unit will routinely work with, augment and backfill members of the Core Services unit that has several overlapping responsibilities. The incumbent may have primary responsibilities for one or more technology platforms and will be expected to assume secondary responsibility for other technologies. This position also provides for communications and technical feedback between customers, field support, and other ITG work units and provides (Tier III) support and technical escalation for design and problem resolution.
Bachelors degree, and three years of progressively responsible Information Technology related experience leading to proven proficiency and subject matter expertise in the areas outlined within the class specification; OR Equivalent alternative educational experience that includes approved coursework, professional certifications as outlined below, vendor training, and seven years of documented professional experience leading to proven proficiency and subject matter expertise in the areas outlined within the class specification; OR An equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience in designing, implementing and supporting new systems and infrastructure independently.
Experience using SDLC or like processes to manage projects.
Experience in supporting large mission critical systems in multiple production environments including solution design and tuning.
Proven expertise maintaining and delivering virtual systems and applications.
Experience with Data Center Virtualization and/or Application Virtualization.
Experience with IPX, TCP/IP, and other networking protocols.
Installation of server operating systems and operating system patching Volume manager implementation.
Experience with Crash analysis and troubleshooting.
Hands on experience with Server 2003 and 2008 are required.
Experience with RAID configurations is required.
Application installation and configuration.
Understanding of Microsoft Networks at the operating system level, file/directory security, and user account level.
Direct, hands-on experience with automated integration tools.
Enterprise Experience with Systems administration (at minimum UNIX and Microsoft), Sendmail, Scripting.
Account setup and maintenance and experience with Active Directory and LDAP services.
Expert skills using accepted change control management processes.
Expert level knowledge of IT security best practices and processes.
Expert knowledge and skills in Windows server architecture, configuration, and administration.
Expert skills with Microsoft Office Suite.
Expert knowledge of Image creation and deployment using Ghost, VB script, MS GPO.
Superior and proven technology analytic skills that demonstrate accepted systems analysis processes including expert skills for root cause analysis.
Working knowledge of project management.
Advanced, broad-based IT technical generalist skills.
Working knowledge of UNIX and Linux server architecture, configuration, and support.
Proven ability to effectively multitask.
Advanced knowledge of Network securityat the operating system level, file/directory level, and user account level.
Expert skills with Citrix system optimization.
Expert knowledge and skills with virtual delivery systems.
Strong knowledge of system and software quality assurance best practices and methodologies.
Expert Knowledge of desktop architecture and design.
Expert knowledge of Microsoft SMS (or equivalent) administration.
Expert knowledge of McAfee ePO administration (or equivalent).
Working knowledge of Core and end-user messaging systems including Edge Appliances, Email Firewall, UNIX Sendmail, MS Exchange, POP/IMAP, Paging, other messaging systems and gateways.
Expert knowledge of Directory service (Microsoft Active Directory, LDAP interfaces, etc.).
One or more: Scripting and/or programming languages such as, or equivalent to Perl, UNIX Shell, C Shell, .NET, Visual Basic, Java, HTML, etc.
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