Job #: G826
Posted Date: January 8, 2020
Closes On: Open Until Filled
Job Title: Senior Systems Engineer
Status: Regular Full Time
Benefits Eligible: Yes
Laboratory/Department: Information Technology
The IT department operates and maintains the Institute's core network / compute / storage infrastructure and provides engineering and operational support services to labs and administrative departments.
Under general direction and reporting to the Information Technology Manager, provides systems engineering and operational management of technology infrastructure supporting data and compute-intensive research laboratories. Additionally, provides engineering and operational support for administrative systems and core technology services. Position requires research, design, planning, installation, configuration, operation and maintenance of complex infrastructure platforms requiring a high degree of technical knowledge and systems integration experience.
Position assists with specification, procurement, installation and testing of physical and virtual server configurations. Position requires ongoing support for complex systems and applications, as well as providing advanced-level technical support for end users in both labs and administrative departments. Incumbent will support several mission-critical Information Technology systems services, and will manage high-performance computational and storage systems used by labs. Position requires participation in an on-call rotation to provide critical 24x7 coverage.
The Senior Systems Engineer is challenged with establishing and maintaining a high level of credibility and quality for services provided by the Information Technology department. In meeting these goals, the Senior System Engineer constantly evaluates the state of the art in Information Technology and applies creative solutions to satisfy research and business needs in support of the Institute’s mission.
The Salk Institute is a world renowned private, non-profit biological research organization. Come join our team and enjoy a low-stress environment with a great work/life balance. Take advantage of flexible work schedules and great benefits.
This position requires constant grasping, hearing, keying, seeing, talking, analyzing, communicating, reading, reasoning, writing and working inside.
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