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Under general supervision, the Systems Engineer (SE) is expected to ensure the stability, integrity, and efficient operation of infrastructure systems that supports core organizational functions; and complete routine assignments and/or project tasks. The SE provides operational support for authentication, monitoring, messaging and collaboration systems; servers, storage and data protection systems. S/he is responsible for monitoring, maintaining, supporting, and optimizing all operating systems and infrastructure systems’ performance to identify, resolve and communicate issues. The Systems Engineer implements small-to-medium scale systems. While the work assignments of the SE will typically follow existing solutions, s/he must be able to recognize and respond to complex and non-routine issues and assist with complex assignments.
The Systems Engineer reports to the Systems Engineering Manager.
May perform some or all of the following responsibilities: