Due to Department of Defense (DOD) contract requirements, the incumbent who fills this position must be a US citizen, and must also pass a background check.
Provide technology administration in support of the enterprise wide use of the technology.
Behind every successful Data Scientist is a highly skilled and knowledgeable Analytic Tools Administrator. A Data Scientist is an expert at taking data and translating it into information that can be used by corporate leaders to run a successful and competitive business.
But before Data Scientists can achieve their goals, they rely on Analytic Tools Administrators to provide them with a tools' platform that have has high availability, strong performance metrics, and are configured to function effectively. The Tools Administrators are responsible for a wide range of additional tasks such as capacity planning and security.
- Advise teams in the planning, designing and utilization of the technology.
- Consult with project teams on the best use of the technology.
- Answer technical queries and provide support to project teams and end users.
- Mentor and train end users in the use of the technology.
- Provide continuous monitoring of the technology to proactively identify and resolve issues.
- Conduct root cause analysis to identify and resolve complex problems impacting service levels. Perform backups and recoveries for the supported technology product.
- Apply updates, patches, and configuration changes.
- Administer security permissions. Assure compliance to required Corporate standards, procedures, guidelines and processes, including audits.
- Develop the architecture, frameworks, common components, and best practices for the technology.
- Document the configuration of the system, system controls, and procedures.
- Associates Degree/IT Trade School diploma
- 5-10 years of relevant, progressive experience in the area of specialization
- 1-3 years of experience in Information Technology
- 1-3 years of experience with command-line Linux, including software application installations, application configuration, security configuration, and shell scripting
- Familiarity with Python, RStudio, and SAS programming
- Available to interact onsite daily with our internal and external partners
- Familiarity with Hadoop
- Licenses or Certifications: Vendor administrator certifications for the relevant Linux distributions and/or analytic tools.
- Health insurance/health care business knowledge is desired
ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Install, configure and maintain Linux and Windows-based analytic tools in keeping with all applicable HMHS standards and regulatory requirements. Such analytic tools include but are not limited to RStudio Server, RStudio Connect, and Alteryx.
- Establish automated monitoring mechanisms for capacity and availability conditions.
- Integrate tools into HMHS's LDAP/Active Directory-based authentication mechanisms.
- Establish automated processes for administration tasks as necessary.
- Develop subject matter expertise related to the supported tools in order to provide appropriate support to all users of those tools.
- Develop expertise in R, Python, and SAS, particularly in interfacing them with Hadoop, in order to provide optimal support levels.
- Participate as assigned with general Hadoop platform initiatives.
- Conduct root cause analysis to identify and resolve problems impacting tool availability and service levels.
- Review and mitigate discovered security vulnerabilities on all analytic tools as well as supporting application infrastructure.
- Establish self-service mechanisms for supported teams where feasible.
- Contact vendor support when necessary to facilitate problem resolution with optimum speed and efficiency.
- Provide after-hours and weekend support as required for on call responsibilities, testing, technology upgrades, and other off hour assignments.
- Participate in establishing and maintaining technical standards, departmental procedures, and other technical documentation as required. Assure compliance to required Corporate standards, procedures, guidelines and processes, including audits.
- Participate in the testing and recommendation of additional tools and utilities requested by the Highmark data science community.
- Assist in identifying, developing, and/or providing technology training to the users in the organization (formal and informal).
- Participate in staff training opportunities (formal and informal) relative to rules, procedures, and standards for the access and maintenance of shared data resources.
- Participate as assigned to intra and inter-departmental project initiatives.
- Maintain contacts with the Highmark data science community as well as the data science field at large, particularly in the Health insurance/Health care industries, to maintain a perspective of current trends and best practices.
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