Senior Systems Engineer - SCOM
Looking for a role with purpose? A chance to make a difference? Now is the time to join us!
healthAlliance is one of New Zealand’s largest shared services providers. We support the four Northern Region District Health Boards (DHB’s) with technology shared services.
As SCOM Engineer you hold a critical role supporting our SCOM environment, an environment which is used by all applications and all operational teams to monitor and alert on the health and performance of our regional server fleet – How is that for purpose!
The position is Penrose based and you will be required to travel between the healthAlliance offices as well as DHB working sites
Technology plays a significant role in the delivery of quality healthcare services and improving patient experiences. We work in collaboration with the DHBs to support their extensive ICT enterprise and to safely accelerate their digital transformation journey improving the way health information is shared across the region to support better patient care.
What you can expect
- You will provide technical leadership and act as a technical point of escalation for remediating all system health concerns of SCOM systems, within the production environment
- provides quality infrastructure services to healthAlliance’s clientele
- Actively manages risk using audit, option analysis and implementation strategies, leading continuous improvement initiatives
- You will be actively consulting with business stakeholders and ensure environments are operating within ‘best practice’ standards
- As the senior you have a passion for knowledge sharing, a natural mentor and coach to junior team members
What we need to see from you
- Familiarity with workflow management solutions and ITIL Framework
- 3 years’ experience as a systems engineer supporting a range of infrastructure, preferably in a virtualised (VMware) environments
- Exposure and inclination towards automation and scripting, including Powershell and System Centre Orchestrator
- Experience with large scale systems administration including DR, root cause investigation, performance analysis and reporting
Working in health brings its own special kind of reward and we’re passionate about it. Through our people, there’s a collective drive to deliver professional, sustainable and efficient services, creating a workplace that people are proud of.
We embrace diversity and inclusion and provide a safe and supportive environment where our differences are celebrated and where individuals can thrive.
If you see yourself thriving in this space then apply now!
Applications Close: Sunday, 05 December 2021
A copy of the position description can be provided on request, please email our recruitment team at firstname.lastname@example.org
To be considered for this role you will need to have received your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine by 15 November 2021 and be fully vaccinated by 1 January 2022. Evidence of your vaccination status will need to be provided prior to commencing employment.
This requirement results from healthAlliance being a provider of services to the health sector, meaning that many of our staff interact closely with staff from (and at) DHBS. Further, in the event of incidents and emergencies, our Connect building must be available for DHB staff to use as a backup site. As a result, all of our staff are required to be vaccinated against COVID 19 under the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2021.
Please note only candidates who have the right to work in New Zealand will be considered and all applications have to be submitted online.
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