Information Technology Services seeks a Network Architect to design, implement, develop, and maintain the University network infrastructure, which spans multiple campuses and satellite locations within the Capital Region. The successful candidate has the knowledge and skills to make strategic recommendations to build and grow the University network to meet the complex, evolving needs of a sophisticated, R1 research institution, and the technical acumen to manage operations in a technology environment where team members play multiple roles. This involves working with and advocating for customers of the network service. He/she/they are also involved in evaluating new applications and solutions, mitigating security incidents, assuring compliance with federal, state, and other regulatory requirements, and identifying and supporting the network's growth of new technologies, such as IoT.
The Network Architect is a technical expert in the field with a deep understanding of networking needs across the institution. He/she/they are responsible for managing, envisioning, and documenting current and future-state architecture, and working with management to develop road maps and strategies that align with organizational goals and standards. The Network Architect also plays a key role in ITS, working with others to establish standards, best practices, and other infrastructure requirements. This includes serving on the ITS Architectural Review Board, participating on numerous project and service teams, and budget planning efforts.
Professional Rank and Salary Range: Senior Programmer/Analyst SL-4
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