Systems Engineer at The Ohio State University
Posting DateOctober 17, 2016
Location of Position
For 144 years, The Ohio State University’s campus in Columbus has been the stage for academic achievement and a laboratory for innovation. It’s where friendships are forged. It’s where rivalries and revelry are born.
The university’s main campus is one of America’s largest and most comprehensive. As Ohio’s best and one of the nation’s top-20 public universities, Ohio State is further recognized by a top-rated academic medical center and a premier cancer hospital and research center. As a land-grant university, Ohio State has a physical presence throughout the state, with campuses and research centers located around Ohio.
Duties and Responsibilities
Serves on the College of Food, Agriculture, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) Information Technology Services (ITS) team as a systems engineer; responsible for server operating systems and centralized applications (VMWare, Acumen), storage, file and print services, remote access services (MS Terminal Services, MS Direct Access), logging services, software deployment and inventory services (LANDesk), monitoring services, information security services (Nessus, MS WSUS), backup services (VEEAM); provides secondary support for ITS facilities, networking, physical servers, telecommunications systems, and client computing services; performs ongoing training, research, collaboration, purchasing, installation, maintenance, and documentation; ensures compliance with University information technology standards; works primarily with other members of ITS and delegates tasks to assistants when appropriate; performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in Computer & Information Science or equivalent work experience; CompTIA professional certifications, MCSE, or other similar training.
The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.