The Network Engineer is responsible for building and maintaining the day-to-day operation of computer networks. These networks typically include an intranet, extranet, local area network (LAN), and wide area network (WAN).
Lead the design, development, and implementation of new and enhanced network infrastructure requests. Identify the appropriate resources needed to complete small, medium and large projects. Serve as project leader or consultant in the design and implementation of complex information systems. Communicate between internal and external parties on project related issues and developments. Develop and manage project plans. Determine the scope and complexity of large projects. Work with cross functional teams. Prioritize assigned tasks and projects based upon directives from supervisor or customers. Delegate tasks as necessary.
Analyze, design, implement, and maintain moderately complex systems that greatly improves clinical care and patient management. Plan and conduct system testing. Document testing outcomes. Provide technical support and third-level problem resolution assistance for production and process issues. Troubleshoot and decipher error messages. Resolves large issues. Utilizes appropriate Change Control methods to implement system solutions. Proactive in the identification of potential issues and conceptualizing solutions. Lead projects to decrease downtime and system issues. Lead and mentor teammates in evaluating and monitoring system performance and functionality to avoid potential issues as well as gathering information for future development needs or feasibility studies. Participate in on-call support rotation and handle incident resolution, problem determination and resolution during that time.
Ensure outstanding end-user support is provided, including ongoing monitoring of Service Level Agreements for incident management and collaboration with other areas to ensure customer-centered incident management and support. Develop knowledge and professional skills through cross-training, literature and attendance at department meetings and vendor education. Develop and maintain positive relationships, both internal and external to CCHMC. Motivate people and encourage teamwork. Work well with others and fosters a positive team environment. Prepare oral and written presentations. Conduct and participate in instructional seminars. Develop expertise in several Cincinnati Children's computer-based systems. Perform other duties as assigned.
Ensure outstanding end-user support is provided, including ongoing monitoring of Service Level Agreements for incident management and collaboration with other areas to ensure customer-centered incident management and support. Adhere to and promote continual adoption of change management policies and procedures. Model outstanding customer service behavior, including timely and effective follow-up with customers.
Bachelor's degree in a related field or equivalent combination of education and experience
7+ years of work experience in a related job discipline
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