$80K — $100K *
This Systems Engineer has primary responsibility for designing, managing and supporting Solis’s servers, networks, and infrastructure systems while bringing new and innovative technologies and ideas to the business. This person must have a minimum of 3 years plus experience managing VMware, NetApp, and Microsoft environments. This person should be a team player and leader whom actively inspires others to work towards common goals while supporting the personal growth of others as well as themselves. There is regular interaction with staff outside of the IT area, which requires this individual to have the ability to interact effectively with physicians, clinical staff, management, and vendors. Providing coverage for other IT members may be required as necessary.
RESULTS MEASURED BY THE FOLLOWING RESPONSIBILITIES:
Understands, promotes and demonstrates the Solis Way
Primary responsibility for designing, managing, and supporting the Microsoft Server environment including Exchange, SQL, AD, DNS, DHCP, SCCM, and SharePoint. As well as other various Windows and Linux servers.
Responsible for VMware infrastructure, storage and Microsoft Backoffice environments across multiple locations.
Responsible for bringing new and innovative technologies and ideas to the business.
Responsible for the documentation and configuration control of systems, with a primary goal of ensuring highly-available systems.
Has overall responsibility for ensuring compliance with security standards, patch management, business continuity/disaster recovery, and capacity planning while overseeing or performing daily maintenance and monitoring tasks.
Install and configure a wide array of system hardware and software.
A systems thinker who is able to see the "big picture" while still maintaining the various components.
Provide after-hours and on-call coverage for IT systems as well as serve as a tier 3 escalation on off-call weeks.
Minimum of 3 years experience managing VMware, NetApp, and Microsoft Backoffice environments is required.
Applicable professional certifications highly desirable.
Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems, Engineering, or related discipline is highly desirable.
Formal training and/or experience with storage systems (SAN, NAS, etc) is desirable.
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
A systems thinker who can see the "big picture" while still maintaining the various components
A leader who actively inspires others to work towards common goals, while supporting the personal growth of others and himself
Demonstrable ability to effectively troubleshoot complex problems with minimal information
Ability to effectively develop, implement, and maintain business continuity, disaster recovery, and security systems to ensure high-availability of systems
Knowledge and understanding of networking technologies
Demonstrable knowledge and understanding of server technologies, including security systems, operating systems, management tools and platforms, and hardware platforms
Effective oral and written communication skills
Ability to interact effectively with physicians, clinical staff, management, and vendors
An inquisitive and tenacious nature, eager to learn and willing to drive innovation
Effective change management and project management skills
A team player, with the ability to bring new ideas to the team and to openly and regularly share knowledge with the team
A history of bringing solutions to the business in a proactive manner
Knowledge of healthcare technology needs, particularly in the radiology discipline
We would prefer the candidate hold a VCP, MCSE, and any other applicable certifications.
Valid through: 3/16/2021