Ohio Technology Consortia Srvs
The Communications Manager will be responsible for discovering and developing content that will promote the services and resources of OH-TECH and its vertical member organizations (OARnet, OSC, OhioLINK and eStudent Services) to each groups stakeholders via traditional and social media channels. The manager must be an experienced, competent writer, possess good organization skills, show initiative in the midst of ambiguity, be able to translate sophisticated technology concepts into lay terms, and bring a fresh approach to communications strategies. The manager will work for the director and manage the efforts of a specialist and an intern, as well as collaborate with various employees within the creative group and designated communications liaisons where they exist within the vertical organizations and will be responsible for covering a to-be-determined set of beats and interfacing with senior staff and leadership one-on-one and in groups, such as management team meetings. In the absence of the Communications Director, this person may be asked to stand in as the spokesperson for the consortium.
The Linux/TSM Systems Administrator supports systems operations for the Shared Infrastructure Division of the Ohio Technology Consortium (OH-TECH), in collaboration with the Chancellor for the Ohio Board of Regents (OBR), and in accordance with university policies, goals, and objectives; performs system administration activities on Linux systems, and the Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) server and infrastructure; monitors all infrastructure backups and the TSM server itself, including specialized backup support for various applications; monitors systems performance, maintains systems configuration with automated tools, and intervenes as required to maintain a robust environment; serves in an on-call role as required for after-hours incidents and provides support for other systems, as needed; maintains and helps administer systems monitoring, logging services and maintains systems to meet all applicable Security and Audit requirements; other duties as assigned.
Responsible for monitoring the OARnet Backbone, LAN and Systems and reacting to alarms/events generated within an infrastructure-monitoring platform based on corresponding procedures; coordinating the Service Desk response to alarms/events and ensuring standard, daily processes are followed; act as a liaison for Tier 3 for daily activities and in response to alarms/events; troubleshoot and monitor activity through the network; proactively monitor Ohio Academic Resource Network (OARnet) backbone using provided monitoring tools; assist clients in troubleshooting backbone connectivity issues and service concerns Interact with Install and Network Engineers in maintaining a service infrastructure that delivers Video, High Speed data and Telephony services; maintain service level agreements by maintaining Service Desk escalation time lines and continuous reassessment of open issues; isolate and diagnose faults and manage resolution with appropriate department; interact with departments to address issues identified within the network; generate reports on issue and network trends; adhere to OARnet and department policy and practice in an effort to assure prompt resolution to identified problems; actively work with Engineering Tier 3 group and Client Services team on problem resolution activities; other duties as assigned. May be required to be available during off duty hours and/or on call.
This position supports research entities at OARnet member institutions and provides performance engineering support for domain science as well as network research for efforts such ascScience DMZ, perfSONAR and related projects in accordance with university polices, goals and objectives; participates actively in a network team for developing wide-area system/network designs ensuring their optimal performance through home-grown or commercial tools; identifies performance engineering requirements in conjunction with principle investigators, and configures/re-configures network infrastructure.
Ohio Supercomputer Center
SR Systms Dev/Eng-Not Sap
The Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) provides high-performance computing (HPC) services for university researchers and industrial clients. This Data Applications Engineer position supports OSC external clients and internal projects in big data and analytics. This position will enhance OSC’s data analytics capabilities by developing data representations and analytics solutions, evaluating analytics platforms and supporting efforts for regulatory compliance.
SR Systms Dev/Eng-Not Sap
The Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) provides high-performance computing (HPC) services as well as related training and education programs for a variety of clients. Stakeholders in OSC's education and training efforts include: The Ralph Regula School of Computational Science at OSC, which provides assistance to Ohio's Universities and Community Colleges in integrating computational science into their curricula; OSC's AweSim program, which is working to provide a range of resources and services, including educational ones, to industry clients that don't traditionally make use of HPC; national collaborators, who we develop materials and best practices with; and OSC's clients. This Education and Training Specialist will lead the educational outreach activities at OSC, participate in research projects and proposals and provide technical support to OSC users in his/her scientific domain. <br><b>Continued employment will be contingent upon sustained and future funding for these activities.