Sr. Network Technician
Ohio State University Medical Center - Columbus, OH

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Sr. Network Technician (Job Opening 373979) - SCOPE OF POSITION
Responsible for identifying, remediating and communicating issues and needs pertaining to the network environment at the Medical Center. The Network Team within OSUMC IT Technology Services and Support is committed to assisting The Ohio State University Medical Center (OSUMC) and its patients.

POSITION SUMMARY
Leads less experienced staff in second level support and maintenance of routers, switches, environmental systems, power, infrastructure, and peripheral equipment environment at OSUMC. Responsible for the installation, monitoring and service of network hardware, software and peripherals at the whole unit or individual component level at OSUMC. Provides technical expertise, fault diagnosis, identification, isolation and resolution for the most complex telephony, video and peripheral equipment issues and deployments. Working within the guidelines established by the OSUMC Technology Services and Support team within OSUMC IT, performs complex and project related break/fix and deployment duties within the medical center. Acts as a team leader for complex assignments and issues associated with the network systems function.

Education and Experience

Degree in Computer Science or related field, and or at least 5 years equivalent experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must possess excellent interpersonal communication skills. Working knowledge of and experience with unified communications hardware and peripheral units or components and their connectivity in a wired or wireless environment. Working knowledge of and experience with network and infrastructure products and technology.

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