The Infrastructure Design, and Operations unit provides for analysis, design, implementation, maintenance, security, and optimization of OHSU local and wide area (LAN/WAN) wired and wireless networks, data center networks, Data Center systems 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.
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 industry standard project management methodologies
Experience in supporting large mission critical systems in 24x7 multiple production environments
Experience with Data Center power and HVAC systems
Experience with repairs and preventative maintenance of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, etc. systems in support of Information Technology infrastructure
Experience with HVAC control and operations systems, particularly Siemens and Trane.
Experience with power quality monitoring and reporting systems, particularly Eaton Foreseer.
Experience with power generation and fuel systems
General skills and knowledge in network architectures and topologies
General skills and knowledge in TCP/IP, UDP/IP
General and comprehensive knowledge of the following:
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