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  • Posting Date Oct 04, 2013
  • Closing Date Oct 25, 2013
  • Contact Name David Rowley
  • Salary N/A
  • Category Information Technology
  • Location Heber City, Utah
  • Job Type Full-time
  • Years of Experience N/A
  • Industry N/A
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    Systems Analyst I

    Wasatch County Heber City, UT | Posted Oct 04, 2013

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    Job Description

    JOB SUMMARY: Serves as a professional resource to the County Departments. Under the general supervision of the Department Director and performs a variety of working level professional technical support duties as needed to install and maintain county-wide information, telecommunication and data processing operations of the county. STEP AND GRADE CHARACTERISTICS Systems Analyst I: The entry-level class of this systems analyst series. Initially under close supervision, incumbents perform the more routine systems programming duties while learning County policies and procedures and becoming familiar with departmental systems and practices. As experience is gained, duties become more diversified and are performed under more general supervision Systems Analyst II: The experienced level in this series, fully competent to perform the full range of professional duties. Successful performance of the work requires a thorough knowledge of governmental systems programming and the ability to exercise sound independent judgment within established guidelines. This lead classification requires additional experience and the ability to lead others through assigning and monitoring work. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: ??? Installs, configures and modifies system components required for UNIX and Windows Operating Systems. ??? Utilize and configures vendor and 3rd party tools to support Wasatch County's Infrastructure. ??? Programming and scripting in appropriate language for the different systems interfaces. ??? Develops highly complex, diagrammatic, verbal and mathematical plans and instructions for data processing equipment. ??? Develops and implements computer solutions. Tests and debugs programs. ??? Works closely with user departments in investigating, identifying and defining systems problems and beneficial enhancements. ??? Trains users and peers in use of appropriate application programs and systems ??? Coordinates with County's IT personnel on modifications, installation and enhancements to current and future applications. ??? Evaluates, tests and recommends hardware and software to meet ongoing County computing requirements. ??? Maintains records and written documentation of systems installations, modifications, and security. ??? Maintains current knowledge of technology, monitors system performance. ??? Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers. ??? Manages Local Area Networks (LANS), Wireless Area Networks (WLANS) and Virtual Networks for performance and security. ??? Installs, maintains and monitors the operation of county and library networks in conjunction with State LAN and UEN. ??? Recommends and implements LAN, WAN policies and standards and ensures adherence to proper standards. ??? Maintains contact with outside organizations for the maintenance, service and purchase of LAN equipment. ??? Reviews security issues and access control mechanisms to prevent unwanted access to county/state networks. ??? Adheres to network change management and configurations that meet required security policy. ??? Develops new methodologies to improve networking performance and client service. ??? Design install, test, verify and validate firewall systems. ??? Utilizes current trends, principles and practices for information assurance and network security. ??? Evaluates, troubleshoots and debugs network performance issues, i.e., availability, utilization, throughput and latency focusing on network design and protocol security. ??? Manages continuous computer operations; ??? Performs various installation projects related to hubs, switches, routers, etc. ??? Sets up new users, monitors and work groups ??? Assures proper configurations for system and end user work stations. ??? Participates in the development and maintenance of systems integrity; develops and maintains backup and recovery procedures to assure system protection in the event of hardware/software failure and preserve digital records; ??? Performs database administration designs organizational data definitions and standards; assist in the development and review of logical database file designs; provides for adequate privacy and security for database and establish recovery procedures; monitors and measures database usage statistics; recommends changes for non-performing applications. Systems Analyst II: (in addition to the essential duties described above): ??? Prioritizes, assigns, and monitors work; provides input for performance evaluations. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Working knowledge of: data-base management, system design concepts, detailed logical flow charts; computer language, coding and automatic data-processing equipment; computer capabilities; algebra and related mathematics essential to computer programming; information system management concepts; methods and standards for project control; hardware configurations and capabilities; operating system fundamentals; data communication concepts; documentation procedures; server programs (SQL, Unix), fourth generation programming languages; Microcomputers and Microsoft operating systems; county data bases; ???Helpdesk??? support methods, organization and procedures, automated operations, job scheduling, report distribution, etc.; Skills in: Interpersonal communication, interrelationships of various county departments; data-base management, system design concepts, information system management concepts; methods and standards for project control; hardware configurations and capabilities; operating system fundamentals; data communication concepts; documentation procedures; technical programming. Ability to: plan and develop logical applications of computer technology to address complex alpha and numeric problems; analyze a variety of problems and arrive at alternative solutions applicable to computerization, communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; develop effective working relationships with elected officials; technicians, vendors, supervisors, and co-workers. SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS: May be required to attain MCSE, MCSD (Microsoft) certification. May be required to become CISSP, GIAC and CCIE certified. Must be or become trained on the ShoreTel PBX. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Frequently: sits at a desk or table; walks, stands, or stoops. Regularly: kneels, crawls or crouches; uses arms to reach; works for sustained periods of time maintaining concentrated attention to detail; lifts or otherwise moves objects weighing up to 50 pounds; drives a motor vehicle; distinguishes between shades of color. Occasionally: lifts or otherwise moves objects weighing up to 75 pounds. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is typically performed in an environmentally controlled building, but is regularly performed in a stockroom, warehouse, or other partially environmentally controlled building or space. Some outdoor work may be required. Working from heights is also required. Work requires traveling and transporting equipment to various building locations either on foot or by vehicle. Work exposes incumbent to noise. Work occasionally exposes incumbent to dirt, dust, or fumes. Work exposes incumbent to possible bodily injury from working on or transporting equipment, tools, or machinery. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Systems Analyst I: Equivalent to an Associate???s degree in computer science or a closely related field and two (2) years of responsible experience performing above and related duties; specific experience, computer system and software management is preferred; or other related experience with demonstrated competence or equivalent combination of experience and education. Systems Analyst II: Associate???s degree in computer science or closely related field and Three (3) years of work experience of which one year is with Wasatch County Government as a Systems Analyst performing above and related duties; specific experience, computer system and software management is preferred; or other related experience with demonstrated competence or equivalent combination of experience and education. Selected applicants may be subject to a background check. CAREER LADDER ADVANCEMENT For promotion through career ladder advancement from a lower classification level of this series to a higher one, there must be funding in the budget and the employee must: 1) possess the required licensure and certifications of the higher classification level, 2) meet the education and experience requirements and class characteristics of the higher classification level, 3) have written recommendation from the department head and, 4) receive approval from the Director of the Personnel Department. ** This description lists the major duties and requirements of the job and is not all-inclusive. Incumbent(s) may be expected to perform job-related duties other than those contained in this document and may be required to have specific job-related knowledge and skills.

    Relocation costs may be covered.

    Requirements

    Systems Analyst I: Equivalent to an Associate???s degree in computer science or a closely related field and two (2) years of responsible experience performing above and related duties; specific experience, computer system and software management is preferred; or other related experience with demonstrated competence or equivalent combination of experience and education. Systems Analyst II: Associate???s degree in computer science or closely related field and Three (3) years of work experience of which one year is with Wasatch County Government as a Systems Analyst performing above and related duties; specific experience, computer system and software management is preferred; or other related experience with demonstrated competence or equivalent combination of experience and education. Selected applicants may be subject to a background check. CAREER LADDER ADVANCEMENT For promotion through career ladder advancement from a lower classification level of this series to a higher one, there must be funding in the budget and the employee must: 1) possess the required licensure and certifications of the higher classification level, 2) meet the education and experience requirements and class characteristics of the higher classification level, 3) have written recommendation from the department head and, 4) receive approval from the Director of the Personnel Department.

    Additional Information

    Wasatch County applications, complete job description are available from the Wasatch County Personnel Office 55 S 500 E Heber City, UT 84032 or online at www.co.wasatch.ut.us. Completed application with Resume must be submitted to the Wasatch County Personnel Office by 5:00 PM Friday, October 25, 2013.

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