[Jobs] Fwd: IT Systems Integration & Support Specialist (UofM Computer Science)

Gilbert E. Detillieux gedetil at cs.umanitoba.ca
Mon Jul 19 14:09:21 CDT 2021



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Subject: 	job posting is up
Date: 	Mon, 19 Jul 2021 19:01:59 +0000
From: 	Jeff Durston <Jeff.Durston at cs.umanitoba.ca>
To: 	Gilbert Detillieux (gedetil at cs.umanitoba.ca) 
<gedetil at cs.umanitoba.ca>, James Young <young at cs.umanitoba.ca>

Here’s the job posting. Closing date is August 3.

Offer No : 16599

Job : IT Systems Integration & Support Spec- Info Tech 4 (AESES) 
Location : Computer Science
Full Time : Yes
Permanent : Yes

Posting Start Date : Jul 19, 2021
Posting End Date : Aug 03, 2021

Expected Start Date : Aug 30, 2021
Expected End Date :

Job Description :

IT Systems Integration and Support Specialist - Information Technologist 
4 (AESES) Existing Budget-Funded Continuing Full-Time 35.00 hours/week; 
8:30 am - 4:30 pm; Monday through Friday Salary Range: $36.01 - $48.17 
per hour ($65,538.20 - $87,669.40 per annum) Proposed Start Date: August 
30, 2021 Trial/Probation Period: 840.00 work hours For more information, 
please contact: Joanne Mitchell joanne.mitchell at umanitoba.ca 
<mailto:joanne.mitchell at umanitoba.ca>

Responsibilities :

-Plan and develop IT infrastructure for the department. -Evaluate, 
select, install, test, maintain, update, and troubleshoot over 40 
Windows, macOS, Unix, and Linux server systems. -Maintain the main 
Department server room and three small server rooms. -Provide training 
to faculty, support staff, or students. -Consult with faculty, staff, 
and students in the department, faculty, or university. -Provide 
coverage for other department IT support staff when they are absent. 
-Manage the 5 computer labs of Windows, Linux, and Mac systems and the 
network connecting them. -Research, recommend, install, test, and 
troubleshoot software packages needed for courses. -Manage the 
specialized hardware for the labs. -Evaluate, install, maintain, update, 
and troubleshoot systems to support over 10 different research groups. 
-Work with researchers to plan and develop the technical needs of 
research projects. -Act as a knowledge resource for researchers in all 
areas of IT systems and management. -Administer software license 
programs and site-licensed software. -Evaluate, select, purchase, and 
recommend new license agreements on behalf of the Department. -Ensure 
that use of the software follows the licensing agreements. -Manage 
distribution of program- and site-licensed software to staff and students.

Qualifications :

MINIMUM FORMAL EDUCATION/TRAINING: -Bachelor of Computer Science or 
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science is required. EXPERIENCE: 
-Minimum 3 years of experience in a medium sized IT organization 
required (preferably academic) dealing with procurement, equipment 
lifecycle management, server administration, desktops, troubleshooting, 
software licensing, and virtualization. -Experience in programming in 
various high-level and scripting languages is required. -Microsoft 
Certified Solutions Expert, Red Hat Certified Systems Administrator, or 
equivalent experience is required. -Experience in managing at an expert 
level is required: Macintosh desktops, Linux servers and desktops, 
Network switches and infrastructure, Systems analysis and integration, 
Virtual environments with KVM, Virtualbox, VMware and File systems and 
storage arrays. -An acceptable equivalent combination of education and 
experience may be considered. SKILLS & ABILITIES: -Mac server and client 
administration skills required. -IPA/NIS/NFS administration skills 
required. -Linux server and client administration skills required. -Must 
have Active Directory administration skills. -Must have Internet 
services administration skills. -Network management and configuration 
skills required. -Programming in scripting skills required (eg: Unix 
shell, AppleScript, PHP, Perl) and high level languages (eg: Java, C, 
Python) -Virtual host management skills required. -Ability to manage 
software license agreements is required. Android and iOS support skills 
required. -Must be able to design and manage backup solutions. -Must be 
able to train faculty, staff, and students in IT systems. -Hardware and 
software procurement skills required. -Must be able to manage server 
room facilities. -Ability to work under stress is required. -Must be 
able to multitask between the key responsibilities. -Must be able to 
prioritize tasks. -Ability to work independently with minimal 
supervision, as the position is largely self-directed, is required. 
-Must be able to manage self-directed learning for new technologies and 
changes to existing ones. -Must be able to troubleshoot heterogeneous 
systems and anticipate problems before they arise. -Ability to train 
faculty, staff, and students in using new hardware or software is 
required. -Ability to evaluate hardware and software to meet teaching 
and research requirements is required. -Must be able to communicate 
clearly and effectively both in person and in writing. -Ability to act 
as a consultant to faculty, staff, and students is essential. 
-Satisfactory work record, including satisfactory attendance and 
punctuality, is required.

Additional Information :

The University of Manitoba is strongly committed to equity and diversity 
within its community and especially welcomes applications from women, 
racialized persons, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, 
persons of all sexual and gender identities, and others who may 
contribute to the further diversification of ideas. All qualified 
candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and 
permanent residents will be given priority. If you require accommodation 
supports during the recruitment process, please contact 
UM.Accommodation at umanitoba.ca <mailto:UM.Accommodation at umanitoba.ca> or 
204-474-7195. Please note this contact information is for accommodation 
reasons only. Application materials, including letters of reference, 
will be handled in accordance with the protection of privacy provisions 
of "The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy" (Manitoba). 
Please note that curriculum vitae will be provided to participating 
members of the search process.

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