Open Position for an IS Infrastructure Manager
Jason Hellenthal <jhellenthal <at> 4lpi.com>
2014-12-11 15:58:43 GMT
We have an open position for IS Infrastructure Manager, within our primarily virtualized FreeBSD environment.
IS Infrastructure Manager
The role of the IS Infrastructure Manager is to architect, maintain, and manage LPI’s IS
infrastructure, in a Unix environment and FreeBSD operating system. Day-to-day management and support
includes server & storage platforms, networking (WAN/LAN), phone systems, development/QA
environments, user workstation environments, video conferencing, and all related monitoring,
reporting, and documentation. This position also provides leadership / management to the IS staff
dedicated to infrastructure support, ensuring excellent levels of IS support service are provided to
• Ensure the performance, reliability, availability and security of all IS systems. Provides
day-to-day operational execution both hands-on and through team members to ensure all systems are kept
• Develops and maintains a strong infrastructure team composed of the local LAN admins and corporate IS
infrastructure personnel. Mentors, coaches and develops immediate staff. Provides weekly direction
by goal setting, planning, and motivating staff. Provides routine performance feedback both regularly
and through the Performance Check-In process. Assist staff in creating and implementing career
• Maintains and fosters vendor relationships for infrastructure products and services. Negotiates
with vendors. Price comparisons are necessary to measure current standard and possible areas for improvement.
• Implement and maintain standards and procedures as necessary to gain efficiencies, fostering an IS
culture of continuous improvement.
• Architect and deploy new IS systems and upgrades.
• Develop and maintain documentation of all IS systems, standards and procedures.
• Serves as the escalation and communication point for any site-wide or critical IS infrastructure issues.
• Completes cost analysis and justification for new infrastructure expenditures.