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IS Network Management Specialist III

Recruitment #121005-UNCB-143

Introduction

A resume and cover letter must be submitted along with your application.

The Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) is seeking an experienced IS Network Management Specialist III. This position will work at ISD- Mental Health /  Shepherd Mall, OK. This is a full time, unclassified position in State government and will be eligible for a generous total rewards package. Benefits include medical, dental, life, and disability insurance products as well as defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans.  Employees earn 3 weeks paid annual and 3 weeks sick leave in the first year as well as enjoy 11 paid holidays annually, flexible work hours, comp time, longevity pay and tuition reimbursement.

This position is assigned responsibilities involving the design, development, administration and maintenance of various telecommunications and computer networks and operating systems and related services such as equipment installation, coordination of services, and billing and budgeting requirements.

Employees perform a full range of work within a specialty area in providing telecommunications or information technology support to an agency. This may include assisting in the management of a computer services network, radio communications system, telephone operating system or other telecommunications system or operating network, installing and maintaining telecommunications equipment, including telephones, radios, microwave, cable facilities, computer work stations and other related devices and components. Responsibilities may also include providing training and assistance to others.

 

 

Principal Activities: 

 The functions within this job will vary but may include the following: 

  • Plans, designs and coordinates various telecommunications or computer networks or operating systems to provide radio, telephone or computer operating systems to support agency operations; may be assigned overall responsibility for all communications systems in an assigned district or geographical area.  
  • Performs professional and technical work in providing data processing and other communications services for a state agency; establishes and maintains computer services and radio communications networks and systems; performs preventive maintenance; evaluates systems performance, responds to malfunctions and operating problems, and identifies and resolves causes. Confers with users to identify communications or computer support requirements; coordinates with vendors, contractors, in-house technical staff or others to plan, design and implement new applications, modifications or improvements as needed; provides training and assistance to users in the operation and application of available systems.  
  • Confers with users to identify communications or computer support requirements; coordinates with vendors, contractors, in-house technical staff or others to plan, design and implement new applications, modifications or improvements as needed; provides training and assistance to users in the operation and application of available systems.
  • Install, test and modify telephone, radio microwave, cable facilities, paging, personal computers, software, operating systems, and other communication and automation devices and components; coordinates and performs systems tests; adjusts, calibrates and modifies equipment or components to conform to specifications, implement engineering or software changes or enhance systems performance.
  • Develops telecommunications or information technology strategies, recommendations and plans for the procurement of new technologies or equipment; conducts cost studies and participates in the preparation of budget work plans.
  • Directs the procurement, storage and inventory of replacement and spare parts, software, and equipment; establishes and writes equipment specifications; coordinates with vendors or contractors for the purchase of supplies, equipment, or personnel services in accordance with the state purchasing laws.
  • Coordinates operation of radio communications systems and other regulated activities with the Federal Communication Commission or Federal Aviation agency as required.

 

 

 

 

Supervisory Responsibilities: This position does not have supervisory responsibilities.

Minimum Qualifications:

Four years of experience in telecommunications or computer installation, maintenance, repair or operations OR Eighteen semester hours of college in Computer Science or Management Information Systems course work or completion of a technical school or vendor training in telecommunications maintenance, computer operations, electronics or a closely related field or certification as a network administrator or network engineer and two years of experience in telecommunications or computer installation, maintenance, repair or operations.

 Salary commensurate with education and experience

OMES is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities may be provided upon request. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conclusion

Veteran’s preference points apply only for initial appointment in the classified service.



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