The Core Service and Application Technologies (CSAT) unit provides technologies to all of OSHU. This includes, but is not limited to, the enterprise servers, storage, backup, and other applications. 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 Unix 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 the setup and maintaining of servers and storage. The position also supports underlying technology platforms that provide the enterprise 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 CSAT 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.
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