Our Data Center Operations Department is seeking an experienced Wintel Systems Engineer to join their team. Come join us and find out why Cedars-Sinai has been ranked as one of the top 100 best places to work in IT as ranked by 2018 Computerworld Magazine and awarded "Most Wired, Level 10" kn 2019 by Chime Healthcare's Most Wired!
What will you be doing in this role?
Responsible for supporting, securing, and monitoring all administrative functions necessary for the efficient operation and supporting the Wintel server environment.
Works with department-based Microsoft Windows Server support staff in performing tasks such as gathering hardware requirements per the needs specified by vendors and/or business unit , adjusting disk space restrictions, maintaining the necessary accounts for users, and setting up and/or assisting in upgrading existing servers.
Provides support to the EIS Help Desk to resolve user problems related to the effective operation of the Windows LANs, WANs, and servers.
Assists with root cause analysis processes.
Provides technical guidance to lower-level staff.
Troubleshoots more complex aspects of the Windows Operating System
Responsible for 2nd Level incident response
Performs Operating system builds using EIS standards and practices
Maintains window server systems in a clinical organization; documents processes and procedures relative to EIS standards and practicesInstalls, configures, and manages/troubleshoots MS clustering services.
Responsible for system troubleshooting of complex issues relative to the EIS Windows server environment
Develops system requirements from vendor and/or physicians. Architect/Design and build a Windows server solution with minimal supervision
Defines and improves operating systems and core component standards (i.e., MS IIS, .Net framework and MS Failover Clustering Services)
Utilizes Change Control process when scheduling maintenance of production server systems within EIS Windows server environment
Maintains system inventory through centralized management database system (CMDB)
Decommissions older server systems and hardware, and assists with upgrade processes
Performs root cause analysis in post system-failure situations
Performs Windows security/critical update patching per EIS standards
Develops and maintains patching automation systems (SCCM, SCORCH)
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