University of Vermont Medical Center
South Burlington, VT
The Systems Engineer supports enterprise class, mission-critical systems and platforms. Responsibilities include capacity monitoring and planning, system troubleshooting, hardware installations and repair, software and operating system installs/upgrades, security design/strategy, system architecture design, and automation/scripting of system tasks. The Systems Engineer also ensures efficient and reliable system operation, provides escalation support to IS application teams, monitors emerging technology developments, and identifies opportunities and issues for improvement. Rotating on-call coverage may be required.
Please note: This position is primarily work from home, however on-site work in Burlington, Vermont may be needed.
- Daily reactive support for hospital’s enterprise-class compute, virtualization, and storage systems. Perform triage, troubleshooting, and escalation if needed.
- Develop and maintain procedures and policies around all aspects of server support and implementation, including evaluation of existing practices, documentation, and training.
- Perform proactive maintenance.
- Provide escalation support to application support teams managing server-based applications.
- Responsible for installation, configuration and updates of systems-related software, firmware, operating systems patches and upgrades.
- Provide support for hospital initiatives & programs.
- Knowledge of Linux (RHEL 7/8) and Windows systems administration.
- Knowledge of server concepts & architectures.
- Excellent verbal communication.
- Builds positive working relationships and works collaboratively with other team members.
- Experience with Splunk.
- Experience in the healthcare industry.
- Experience with Ansible or vRealize Automation.
- Experience with Epic Electronic Health Record management.
- Experience with VMware.
- Experience with Cisco UCS and Dell hardware.
- Experience with NetApp and Dell/EMC Storage.
Bachelor's degree or formal technical training or equivalent experience.
3-5 or more years’ experience.
The University of Vermont Medical Center is committed to being a national model for the delivery of high quality academic health care for a rural region.
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Location/Region: Burlington, VT