Minimum Qualifications and Requirements:
Education/Training: BS in Computer Science, Information Science, Computer Engineering or equivalent with ten (10) years of applicable experience, MS in Computer Science, Information Science, Computer Engineering or equivalent with eight (8) years of applicable experience, or Ph.D. in Computer Science, Information Science, or equivalent with five (5) years of applicable experience or equivalent combination of training and experiences.
Experience: Six (6) years of progressive responsibility managing information technology. This must include experience supervising, leading, and managing and direct management of information technology. Previous experience with and the ability to demonstrate substantial knowledge of: leading technical teams, managing technical assets, and managing operational capabilities; both Windows and Linux operating systems; debugging and diagnosing complex IT problems to root causes and developing solutions; leveraging IT automation technologies to manage large number of assets per team member; enterprise or distributed file systems; programming in at least one programming or scripting language; logging and monitoring infrastructure.
Skills/Abilities: Ability to: collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to determine requirements, and translate those needs into enabling technologies; work with other internal and external IT organizations to design, deploy, operate, and refresh IT capabilities; communicate complex designs to executive staff, sponsors, project managers and technical staff in clear concise language tailored to the audience; depict IT infrastructure information conceptually, logically and physically; mentor and provide training and development to system engineers; achieve a high-level understanding of the business and business priorities, challenges, and current capabilities.
Physical Mobility: Primarily sedentary, long periods of sitting, may have to travel to other campus locations, as well as, travel to customer sites, some bending, stretching and lifting up to 50 lbs above head. Moving and setting up computer equipment. Ability to travel to various locations within the SEI and CMU community, customer sites, conferences, and offsite meetings.
Environmental Conditions: Normal office conditions; however close contact with CRT for prolonged periods of time. Occasional work in machine room (loud and extreme office temperatures 55F-90F).
Mental: Ability to work under pressure, take initiative, and set priorities for multiple competing initiatives. The ability to work with various peers of varying motivations and capabilities while stile advancing initiatives. The ability to work with vendors, specify and refine components and maintain schedules. Excellent communication skills.
Other: Candidate must pass a background investigation and obtain a United States DoD Top Secret Clearance and must be a U.S. citizen.
To Apply: Please visit our website www.sei.cmu.edu/careers and apply to job #10755. Carnegie Mellon is an EEO/AA employer.