This position functions as a senior resource for managing the systems and relevant infrastructure components that provide desktop and mobile management services, imaging and software deployment, and software virtualization in a complex networked environment.
Provide support to distributed technology support staff in areas related to desktop, tablet and mobile computing, including assistance with group policy, and use of system management platforms (e.g. SCCM and JAMF Pro); work cooperatively to understand technical needs, develop management solutions, and provide in-depth troubleshooting in a complex networked environment. Plan and implement changes and upgrades. Plan for system management capacity.
Provide in-depth troubleshooting at a Tier II or Tier III level on desktop, tablet and mobile operating systems, printing, file storage, common departmental applications in a remote support environment; provide root cause analysis and develop solutions to prevent future problems.
Working with procurement, assist with site licensed software renewals, maintain vendor licensing knowledge, and maintain licenses on a central licensing server.
Maintain knowledge of and document vendor licensing portals, maintain awareness of for software upgrades; plan for any major changes to software versions or licensing.
Identify opportunities and develop custom programs and scripts to automate processes, extract information, or perform routine functions and tasks in both desktop and server environments.
Document solutions and work to provide excellent service and initiatives in the Knowledge Center Support Repository.
Create and maintain support documentation that is publicly available to assist students, faculty and staff. Create and maintain standard operating procedures for use by other support staff.
Installation, configuration and user management of software delivered through virtualization (e.g. View Desktop, RemoteApp). Maintain infrastructure supporting desktop virtualized environment, including capacity planning, some server management, and knowledge of networking. Consult with departments to determine application virtualization needs.
Identify opportunities, research and recommend new technologies, processes or models that elevates desktop/tablet/mobile management services at the university.
Understand security principles as it relates to desktops, tablets, mobile devices.
Maintain security awareness related to systems providing services consumed by end users and assist with remediation of security concerns.
Use prescribed Incident, Change and Problem management systems.
Actively participate in projects, as needed, involving departmental or cross-functional teams.
Perform other related duties and responsibilities as required or assigned.
Require a Bachelors degree earned by date of hire and 6+ years of relevant experience.
Require 9 years of relevant experience.
This position is available to persons who are currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time and indefinite basis. (Persons authorized to work on such a basis include US citizens, lawful permanent residents (“green card” holders), asylees, refugees, and temporary residents under IRCA.
Demonstrated experience supporting current versions of Windows, Mac and mobile operating systems. Experience troubleshooting complex issues, including identifying problems within the infrastructure (firewall, network, server).
Demonstrated experience using and maintaining SCCM and JAMF Pro or equivalent system management utilities. Serve as lead engineer for system management utilities.
Demonstrated familiarity with Active Directory Group Policy Management, included AGPM. Assist other support staff in the creation of, and troubleshooting of Group Policy.
Demonstrated experience with imaging technologies and software packaging, supporting more than 100 applications.
Ability to analyze causes of client problems, generate solutions and communicate findings to users and managers. Participate on Major Incidents as needed.
Experience managing software licenses, vendor management. Server certificate management.
6-9 years of experience with wired and wireless networks, IP Addresses, and DHCP
Excellent verbal and written communication skills; including communicating technical information in terms understandable to the end user.
Intermediate problem management skills; able to resolve problems throughout the information system lifecycle, including classification, prioritization and initiation of action, documentation of root causes and implementation of remedies.
ITIL Foundation Certification
Miami University recognizes that technology enables us to find new ways of providing first-class service and workplace flexibility. This position is approved for remote work on a hybrid basis. Remote work is a working arrangement that can be modified or revoked by Miami University at any time for any reason.
Miami is committed to a culture of health and wellness. We offer several benefits including healthcare and wellness programs with on-campus recreational and sport centers, health insurance that includes options for dental, vision, life and long-term disability insurance. Tuition fee waivers for employee and family, paid sick and parental leave, paid vacation, paid holidays and state sponsored alternate and supplemental retirement plans. Plus you can be part of the University’s academic culture with direct access to hundreds of on-campus events plus the possibility to teach one credit bearing course per semester.
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