The Network Architecture & Engineering units provides for analysis, design, implementation, maintenance, security, and optimization of OHSU local and wide area (LAN/WAN) wired and wireless networks, data center networks, and associated infrastructure. As detailed below, the individual positions within this work unit will be required to collaborate and assist staff in other technology work units.
In this 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. This position would be the liaison for Privacy and Security activity in the network environment, focusing on enhancements, configurations, and development.
Specifically, this position provides for Systems Analysis, Systems Administration, Systems Engineering, Security Administration and Project Management. The primary work for this position is in support of the architecture and operations of OHSU Data Communications and Network Systems and all associated infrastructure. This position supports the underlying technology platforms for these network services including various Operating Systems, Data Communications equipment, Network Topologies and Protocols, Distribution systems, Network Security systems, Network Management Systems, Wireless Technologies, high and low voltage Power Systems and Data Center Network Operations. In addition, this position will provide back-fill to other work units with related responsibilities.
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