The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) is seeking a Storage Architect to join the Core Mission Services team as a storage architect and administrator. Located on the Johns Hopkins University campus in Baltimore, MD, STScI is the science operations center for the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) and the science and mission operations center for the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), scheduled to launch in spring 2021. STScI offers an excellent and generous benefits package, tuition reimbursement, flexible work schedules, and a stimulating and diverse work environment. Relocation assistance may be available. Explore our benefits: http://www.stsci.edu/opportunities/benefits
Your role & responsibilities:
The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) storage infrastructure is comprised of a variety of storage systems that house some of the most meaningful astronomical observations ever taken. As a Storage Architect your will bring your experience in managing SAN and NAS based arrays to the CMS Branch. You will work with the CMS team in the IT Services Division and you will provide primary support for all storage systems at STScI.
Your responsibilities in this role will include:
Your Experience, Skills and Qualifications:
Successful applicants are typically eager to learn and grow in their career, demonstrate great collaboration and are creative problem-solvers with strong verbal and written communication skills. You have 10+ years of progressively responsible technical expertise, including:
In order to meet ITAR requirements US Citizenship or Permanent Residence is required
Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in the field of information systems or computer science. An advanced degree would be advantageous. Substitution of relevant education or experience for the stated qualifications may be considered.
To Apply: You are requested to complete an on-line application through the STScI website. Please upload a cover letter and resume on one PDF document for review. Applications received by October 19, 2019 will receive full consideration.
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