Bring your passion for emerging technology, projects and consulting to UW Health.
We are seeking an IS Infrastructure Architect:
Domain Architects at UW Health are smart, hard-working individuals who enjoy teaming with analysts on highly visible, technically challenging projects and services.
Apply the necessary technical breadth and depth to drive successful UW Health IS offerings and raise the overall technical capabilities of analysts. Youll be the overall technical leader for IS service solutions, with a focus on the Data Center, Cloud, Servers, and Storage.
Proactively and holistically lead or support architecture activities that create deliverables that guide the direction and development for technological responses to disruptive forces, and driving targeted business outcomes. Education:
Minimum Bachelors degree in Healthcare, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, Data Science, or related field. Four (4) years of relevant work experience may be considered in lieu of the bachelors degree in addition to the experience below.
Preferred Masters degree in Healthcare, Information Technology, Business, or related field strongly preferred.
Minimum Ten (10) years of relevant infrastructure and operations experience to include three years extensive experience in planning and implementing mid to large scale projects.
Preferred Ten (10) years of relevant infrastructure and operations experience at an academic healthcare organization.
Licenses and Certifications:
Preferred TOGAF, CPHIMS, PMP, ITIL. Relevant infrastructure certifications (i.e. Cisco, VMware, Microsoft).
Required Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities:
Ability to independently evaluate and analyze IS Infrastructure and develop specifications to create or enhance information processing functions.
Exceptional analytical skill, innovation and creativity to formulate and implement the mechanisms necessary to identify and solve problems.
Demonstrated success in project management methodologies and strategies; ability to problem solve and lead complex projects involving multiple teams, stakeholders and resources.
Ability to gather requirements, provide analysis and measure outcomes.
Exposure to queries, scripting and other programming languages.
Ability to interact with and work around people.
Ability to make judgments in demanding situations.
Ability to react to frequent changes in duties and volume of work and to manage multiple concurrent activities.
Ability to logically organize details.
Effective communication skills (written and oral communications skills, especially active listening and writing).
Effective interpersonal skills, including the ability to promote teamwork, lead by example, and ensure a high degree of internal and external customer satisfaction.
Ability to clearly communicate technical and/or complex concepts or topics to a lay person.
Ability to work independently and self-motivate in pursuit of broad objectives.
Ability to acquire and assimilate new knowledge and skills quickly.
Ability to provide appropriate and constructive feedback to other analysts and peers.
Ability to mentor staff. Physical Requirements:
Light: Ability to lift up to 20 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 10 pounds.
This full-time, 40 hours per week position will work the following schedule: Monday through Friday, 8:00 am 5:00 pm. Hours may vary based on the operational needs of the department.
UW Health Administrative Facilities - UW Health has administrative locations throughout Madison and beyond where thousands of employees provide vital support to our clinical areas. These locations are home to departments such as Access Services, Compliance, Human Resources, Information Services, Patient Medical Records, Payroll and many others.
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