Systems Administrator - Network and Desktop Computing - F/T - Days - 3542
University of California Irvine Medical Center - Orange, CA

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Job Description & Salary Range

UC Title: Programmer/Analyst II
Position Number: 10003420
Reports to: Programmer/Analyst IV-Spvr
Working Title: Programmer/Analyst II
Cost Center: Network and Desktop Computing (8543)
Bargaining Unit: None
FLSA: Nonexempt
Job Code: 7277
Date Created: 09/06/2012
Shift: Day Shift
Hours: 40.00

Position Summary:
Incumbent provides technical support of the servers and related operating systems and components for UC, Irvine Health Affairs. Responsibilities include implementation, maintenance, troubleshooting and user assistance.

Salary Range:
Rate Minimum $27.63 Midpoint $36.83 Maximum $46.02

Responsibilities:
Accurately detects, defines and debugs programs as problems arise
Accurately prepares detailed specifications from which programs will be written and/or modified
Accurately prepares general and detailed flow charts
Competently installs new workstations and upgrades equipment and software as needed
Effectively assists users with hardware and software problems and directs problems to appropriate systems staff for resolution
Effectively communicates equipment or program problems and reports system status
Effectively designs, codes, tests, debugs, documents and maintains programs and applications
Effectively develops test data, revisions and routines for program check-out and revision
Effectively evaluates existing manual and automated systems for functional effectiveness
Effectively provides system development and maintenance
Effectively supports system users by developing and generating appropriate standard and ad hoc reports
Effectively supports users on hardware and software packages and applications
Effectively trains users and other IS staff as required
Effectively works with users to identify and develop system requirements
Effectively writes reports of test results
Monitors systems equipment for proper operation and takes appropriate actions when error situations occur
Plans and provides oversight for system processing, integrity and controls
Prepares system and programming documentation for users and other IS staff in accordance with internal and external standards
Provides effective user support for department information systems
Reviews test procedures and makes appropriate revisions and refinements to existing programs

Required Qualifications:
Ability to work under minimal supervision on projects including configurations, installation and maintenance
Demonstrated technical ability to install and maintain Windows operating systems
Ability to analyze, troubleshoot and problem solve and discriminate between important and unimportant details, recognize inconsistencies between facts, and draw correct inferences from information
Knowledge of operating system internals, file systems, functions of hardware components, and how hardware and software components work together to form a computer system
Ability to maintain a positive working attitude and contribute both as an individual and team member to accomplish the goals and objectives of HSIS
Ability to address faculty and staff needs effectively, politely and responsively
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
Willingness and ability to work occasional weekends and evenings. Must carry a pager
Demonstrated skill to work independently and to prioritize and manage a relative number of simultaneous requests and to work on tasks which may not be clearly defined
Some knowledge of TCP/IP protocols
Skill to effectively organize time and space

Preferred Qualifications:
Knowledge of medical and academic industry structures

Physical, Mental & Environmental Demands:
To comply with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 the essential physical, mental and environmental requirements for this job are listed below. These are requirements normally expected to perform regular job duties. Incumbent must be able to successfully perform all of the functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.

Mobility
Sitting 40% of time
Standing 30% of time
Walking 30% of time

Agility (F = Frequently, O = Occasionally, N = Never)
Bending O
Climbing O
Crawling O
Crouching O
Kneeling O
Turning O
Twisting O
Balancing N

Strength
Carrying up to 50 Pounds
Lifting up to 50 Pounds
Pulling up to 50 Pounds
Pushing up to 50 Pounds

Dexterity (F = Frequently, O = Occasionally, N = Never)
Fingering F
Handling F
Reaching F

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