Infrastructure Engineer Job Description

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The primary function of the Infrastructure Engineer is to ensure efficient, strategic use of core platforms, services, and technologies that provide foundational technical services to the business as offered by Credit Union’s Technology Solutions organization. This role provides analysis, development, and operational support of servers, storage, virtualization, and networking solutions, including defining, analyzing, creating, and supporting new services or solutions, modification, and development of new functionality (either as enhancements or as green-field development within an infrastructure ecosystem), system integration, testing, maintenance, monitoring, and operational oversight of assigned solutions and services, independently or in cooperation with other technology teams, to advance business objectives.

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The Infrastructure Engineer will oversee and coordinate logistics for the technological operation and maintenance of the Media Services infrastructure, audio-visual systems, room, and media technology networks, media delivery ecosystems, and all other room and media delivery technologies under the purview of the Media Services group.

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As an Infrastructure Engineer, you will provide systems programming support for our mainframe environment – your focus will be database systems. You will also be responsible for the installation, maintenance, and configuration of the database software and the supporting tools.

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The Infrastructure Engineer works on problems and projects of moderately complex scope. Utilizes professional concepts and theoretical knowledge acquired through specialized training, education, or previous experience. Exercises independent judgment within defined parameters or practices to determine appropriate action. Develops expertise and practical knowledge of applications within the business environment. Acts as an informed team member by providing information, analysis, and recommendations in support of team efforts. Evaluates unique circumstances and collaborate with applicable IT teams to make recommendations.

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The Infrastructure Engineer independently completes and leads infrastructure project assignments. Plans, researches, evaluates, designs, and engineers the enterprise's technology infrastructure. Provides technical support and troubleshooting, cost estimates, justifications, and recommendations. Produces technical documentation, support, and configuration. Helps manage, plan, and maintain technical platforms including upgrading systems. Monitors system performance, and installs and configures hardware.

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The Infrastructure Engineer is a member of the external technology services team, which situates this person in an ideal environment for professional growth. The team consists of a small group of network architects, engineers, and managers with years of varied experience. The position involves contributing to the design and engineering of highly complex network solutions for school districts, intermediate units, nonprofits, and businesses that span a wide network involving multiple services, products, and vendors as well as interfacing with customers. The Infrastructure Engineer will ideally act as a subject matter expert for at least one significant network infrastructure component and is flexible to step outside of the job description to assist in accomplishing departmental and/or organizational goals. Your technical skills will be challenged in this dynamic environment. There are endless opportunities to learn new technology and grow in your career.

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The Infrastructure Engineer will report to the IT Manager and work collaboratively with key stakeholders including local and corporate members of the IT Team. You will build, maintain, and enhance a modern, cost-effective, flexible, and secure IT environment at the site. The Infrastructure Engineer’s responsibilities will include network, server, storage, computer room/hosting, cloud computing, IT security, video conferencing and telephone operations, and projects.

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The Infrastructure Engineer manages all aspects of information technology (both administrative and student). Provides leadership and is responsible for the oversight of the planning, building, development, implementation, delivery, and evaluation of technology infrastructure to all schools and administrative facilities.

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We are seeking outstanding engineers to join the infrastructure team to build and operate IT advanced Data Center to support a world-class semiconductor foundry. This team is responsible to design, implement and optimize IT infrastructure toward software-defined computing, storage, and networking with advanced cloud technologies. The Infrastructure Engineer should have strong technical skills and dedication to operational excellence.

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The Infrastructure Engineer will build, manage and improve the infrastructure systems at the Company providing services in support of the day-to-day operations, critical projects, and strategic growth of the business. The Infrastructure Engineer will be expected to continually interact with and support managers and users with varying technical backgrounds in a fast-paced work environment. Responsibilities of the Infrastructure Engineer will encompass the support and operation of all switches, routers, firewalls, physical and VMware virtual infrastructure, telephony, email, web/application/database servers, network attached storage devices (SANs) as well as public cloud servers and services. The Infrastructure Engineer is responsible for proactively identifying and correcting deficiencies and improving overall IT infrastructure performance and efficiency. The Infrastructure Engineer will also be responsible for creating and updating infrastructure documentation, systems assessments, and reporting results. The Infrastructure Engineer will work closely with other members of the team to support the overall mission of the company and the end user’s ability to achieve that mission.

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