Prepare reports describing tasks assigned/accomplished and make recommendations on training needs, attendance requirements, and resources necessary for developing and conducting medical related training courses.
The Business System Administrator is responsible for leading the scoping, ongoing administration and training on applications leveraged by Ingram Micros various sales and sales support divisions, including Microsoft CRM Dynamics.
The Business Systems Administrator will function in a multi-faceted role, including business analysis, enterprise application configuration and enterprise application administration/support. This position is a key position within the Business Systems team and IT Department.
This position requires a person with experience working with multiple virtualization environments. Must be a self starter & independent worker. This selected candidate must also be willing to build bridges with other disciplines and likes to work in cross-disciplined IT groups.
Provide on-going salesforce.com systems administration and custom configuration. Manage internal and external user access and security, account hierarchy, standard and custom objects, work flow and approvals.
Work in a team to enter and review full contract summaries of Artist agreements into the Contract Summary System, including royalty rates, copyright percentages, term structure, rights and restrictions.
The System Administrator will fill a support role to provide end-user, stakeholder, and internal project support for various systems, including troubleshooting and resolving application issues, coordinating application and system issue escalations, and additional basic application and system administration responsibilities across multiple HUD/OIG initiatives.
Support the Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) for the SharePoint environment. This includes coordinating comprehensive backup and restore plans for the databases, farm, and all supporting infrastructure.
This position is for a Systems Administrator working on the integration of a large, distributed, multi-tier system. The candidate for this position should have strong experience integrating COTS and developed software, proven experience in design, documentation and execution of complex installation procedures, and should be capable of reviewing, evaluating and deriving requirements for installation and deployments.
Configure and manage UNIX and Windows operating systems and installs/loads operating system software, troubleshoots, maintains integrity and configures network components along with implementing operating systems enhancements to improve reliability and performance.
In this role, you will develop Business Unit Certificate of Need applications and assure submission of these applications to the pertinent state Health facilities planning board or similar agency according to the required submission schedule as defined by the applicable regulations.