Computer Systems/Network Administrator (Onsite) Relocation Compensation
Education/Certifications Required: Active Secret DoD Clearance, Certifications for MS Windows Server 2012, 2016, or higher; IAT Level II; IAT Level I; Security+ or higher
Provide support to implement and install new systems hardware, software and develop local technical standard operating procedures for McDonald Army Health Center and its Ancillary Services Branch: Sleep clinic, Pathology laboratory, Pharmacy, Radiology, Gastrointestinal (GI) clinic, and Women’s Health Clinic. Provide support to install, configure, troubleshoot and maintain the following systems:
- Electronic health records (HER) software,
- Radiology – Agfa Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), Dictation System (PowerScribe 360), Mammography Reporting System (MRS), and Hologic,
- Laboratory Information Systems (LIS), Laboratory Interfaces System (LIO),
- Pharmacy – robotic drug dispensing systems such as Pharm2000 (Parata), and automated pharmaceutical dispenser aystem (ScriptPro), GSL IntelliCab,
- CadWell Sleep Clinic System,
- Gastrointestinal system (e.g. EndoManager, EndoSoft), patient queuing system (Q-Flow),
- Vocera communication system,
- Temperature control monitoring system
- Amega View (Mesa Lab system),
- All relevant clinical application servers and desktop hardware, operating systems software (e.g., Microsoft Windows Server 2012/2016 10 Pro), and peripheral network equipment such as medical devices, printers, switches, cabling system, and network interface cards, etc.
Conduct all required research and gather artifacts (e.g., software CON, vendor documentations) of the clinical systems and coordinate with appropriate authorities to submit authority to operate (ATO) request for the system to be connect to network enclave.
Provide medical/clinical systems support to include, maintenance and management of the DHA network enclaves including telecommunication systems – Avaya and T-Metrics automated call distribution system for all LAN/WAN on and off-site locations. Support the overall server infrastructure at an MTF and respond to, detect, report, record, diagnose and resolve the occurrence of network faults as well as measure network/system performance and connectivity on a daily basis. Serve as resource for coordination, troubleshooting, problem resolution, local inventory, and interfaces with MTF staff, and shall provide customer service and guidance to the various staff within the MCAHC LAN/WAN elements. Provide supports day-to-day operations of Ancillary Clinical Systems in Client-Server, LAN and WAN systems environment at a Military Treatment Facility (MTF) setting.
Support diagnostics and configuration connectivity of MHS site/service specific servers, such as DBSS, CHCS, AHLTA, DMLSS, operating systems, office automation, etc. Assist with the establishment and implementation of network policies, procedures and standards to include network. Work with end users, Global Service Center, vendors, contractors, and higher commands to resolve all IT Service tickets reported for Ancillary Clinical Systems trouble calls. Collects Performance Measurement information as required. Define and recommend minimum standards, as applies to database operations on the network, access to the Internet and its impact on overall network resourcing and operations.
Years of Experience: 5+ years (preferred)
Bravura is a rapidly growing Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) that provides professional and engineering services, technology solutions and product offerings to DoD, Federal Civilian agencies. Bravura is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Bravura does not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally recognized basis (protected class) including, but not limited to: veteran status, uniform service member status, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information or any other protected class under federal, state, or local law. These are positions that require a U.S. Citizenship.