Department Name: H3997:EVPHA Information Technology
The Automation Tooling Engineer II will support and maintain Enterprise IT operations monitoring, automation and availability as it impacts performance, increased efficiency, accuracy, effectiveness, and automated resolution to meet process needs. Additional responsibilities will include: collaboration in the support and maintenance of SPLUNK environment to include infrastructure, applications, data ingest; managing the requirements analysis, functional specification definition and design processes, and testing/implementation of enhancements; responsible for the overall development, support and maintenance of IT automation initiatives; evaluation of emerging IT operations that provide automation relevance to the healthcare environment; providing tier 2 support of all Automation Tooling incidents. Microsoft Virtual Academy 2012: SCOM and SCCM and Orchestrator certifications are required within one year of hire date.
PowerShell experience, System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) experience, Orchestrator experience, SPLUNK experience, Microsoft Windows Experience, troubleshooting experience on IT process automation workflows, policy and procedure development experience. ITIL Foundation preferred highly preferred.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
Required Related Experience:
Required License/Registration/Certification :
Microsoft Virtual Academy 2012: SCOM and SCCM and Orchestrator. Certifications are required within one year of hire date.
Bachelors Equivalent + 3 years Information Technology; Microsoft Virtual Academy: System Center 2012 (Infrastructure Monitoring) and Orchestrator training, SPLUNK fundamentals.
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