BASIC FUNCTION: Serves as a dedicated Systems Administrator for LMC's Linux environments. Responsible for design, configuration, implementation and maintenance of LMC's Linux environments. Supports hardware, Operating Systems, and software components. Duties include troubleshooting issues with Linux systems, Cisco UCS and other hardware platforms, and other components that make up the Electronic Health Record (EHR) applications and related systems. Coordinates with vendor support and the Information Services Team on maintenance and upgrades of OS, HW, applications, etc. Serves as backup to the Caché Systems Administrator
Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent
Years of Experience: 6 Years of relevant experience; 3 Years of extensive experience with Linux, Windows, or other enterprise OS.
Substitutable Education & Experience: 6 Years of relevant experience can be substituted for the one of the following: An Associate's degree and 4 years of experience OR a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science
Required Certifications/Licensure: Must be willing to obtain certification in Health IT Workforce Training (HIT) program within 6 months of obtaining position; Must be willing to obtain certification in EHR training specific to Lexington Medical Center
Required Training: Experience with mission-critical system concepts such as high availability, clustering, business continuity, and disaster recovery; Proficiency in Linux, Microsoft Windows Operating Systems, and Network Technologies (Caché experience desired at hire, but will be provided through extensive training); Ability to adapt to new and different database environments required; Sound hardware and software troubleshooting skills; Knowledge of various storage and backup strategies; Broad knowledge of overall IS infrastructure
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