Manager, Unix and Storage System Operations
8AM - 5PM
Commensurate with Experience
Reporting to the Associate Director of Systems Engineering, the Manager of Unix and Storage Systems Operations primary functions are to oversee the day to day operations of the Unix/Linux server operating environment. In this capacity, the incumbent provides organizational leadership in implementing, resolving, and handling a full range of production support issues. The manager will also drive the implementation of new versions of operating systems in conjunction with the business and application teams to deliver feature sets that aren't currently available and or are needed to support the user community. The incumbent will stay abreast on the latest server virtualization technologies and hardware high-availability strategies to provide maximum up-time.
Has effective project management skill sets.
In-depth knowledge of how to apply technologies and systems to meet business needs.
Has skills and abilities associated with managing the internal information systems functions, data communications network, and at a campus, medical center or Office of the President.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Advanced knowledge, skills and abilities associated with system problem identification and resolution.
Advanced knowledge of computer security best practices and policies including demonstrated experience securing most complex server-based software.
Requires full knowledge of own area of functional responsibility.
Advanced knowledge of the design, development and application of technology and systems to meet business needs.
In-depth knowledge of Unix/Linux operating systems to include but not limited to, Solaris, RHEL, Ubuntu and various others.
In-depth knowledge of NAS storage devices and architecture.
Advanced knowledge of high-availability architecture and design.
General knowledge of other areas of IT.
Demonstrated skill in managing technical staff.
In-depth knowledge of the Tegile storage platform.
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