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Application Review Date
The First Review Date for this job is: December 24, 2020
At Berkeley Optometry, we have long lived by guiding principles that define and differentiate us. As part of a world-renowned university that embraces excellence and access, we foster an environment of trust and mutual respect, free expression and inquiry, and personal resilience and achievement. We are strongly committed to diversity, respect for cultural differences, and promotion of social justice. These principles serve us daily in our reasoning and actions and aid us in our decision making.
The mission of the School is executed by approximately 20 ladder-rank faculty, 8 emeriti faculty, 133 full and part time clinical faculty, 70 staff, 30 professional researchers, 20 graduate students and 26 visiting faculty and postdoctoral research scholars. The staff includes professional, health care, technical, research, and clerical representation and provide support to a complex array of functions.
We educate an estimated 320 students annually. Our O.D. program is a 4 year program with clinical training provided at 2 campus clinics, 10 satellite clinics (community care), 7 VA clinics, and 24 external clinics across the country. Our one-year post-graduate residency programs provide advanced clinical education in specialty areas of optometry to 18 residents with placement on and off campus and our Vision Science program consists of 40 PhD students.
Active Directory Administration - Manage faculty, staff, and student user accounts for the School of Optometry Clinic.
File Server Administration - Manage access control and server side permissions for Windows based file servers that contains medical patient information for the School of Optometry Clinic.
Printer Server Administration - Install, configure and troubleshoot network printers in a medical and non-medical network which binds to HIPPA regulations.
Citrix Administration - Manage and troubleshoot the Citrix Servers that host the School of Optometry Clinic's electronic medical record system. The electronic medical record system serves the entire UC Berkeley population and the general public.
DUO Server Administration for Remote Sites - Manage remote computer systems that connect to the School of Optometry Clinic's network. The remote sites include Tang, Lighthouse, Marin, Petaluma, and Over 60.
Additional System Administrator duties as needed that could include implementing a new electronic medical record system.
Workstations - Upgrade and configure medical imaging and non-medical computer workstations for the School of Optometry Clinic's faculty, staff, and students.
Client Troubleshooting - Perform Tier 2 and 3 computer troubleshooting of computer systems, printing, network connectivity, log-on issues.
Network Printer Support - Printer mapping, paper jams and replacing toner that include printers that are connected to medical and non-medical computer equipment.
Documentation - Maintain and expand knowledge base for client related articles to improve IT service delivery for the School of Optometry Clinic's faculty, staff, and students.
Procurement - Recommend the purchasing of new equipment standards for the School of Optometry's faculty and staff.
Remote Computer Support - Provide Tier 2 and 3 remote desktop support that connect to the School of Optometry Clinic's electronic medical record system. (Tang, Lighthouse, Marin, Petaluma, Over 60),
Additional work that's outside of ITCS scope that include supporting computers that are medical imaging computer workstations.
Manage and perform computer lifecycle replacement that includes computer software and hardware upgrades for a better client experience.
Rolling out additional clinics or exam rooms that provides additional learning and exam capacity for staff, and students.
Other project support as needed that include computer need assessment and projects for faculty and sites.
Manage Falcon Host security solution for IT security detection and intrusion for all School of Optometry Clinic's computers.
Manage and maintain the campus NetReg system that maintain computer address for the entire UCB School of Optometry Clinic's computers.
Security contact, incident response and escalation for computer and network viruses, malware, and intrusion.
Attend training to acquire new skills and knowledge in future technologies and electronic medical record system.
Must be able to communicate technical information in a clear and concise manner among varying levels in the organization.
Has thorough knowledge, skills and abilities associated with identifying systems-related issues and actions needed to improve or correct performance.
Has knowledge of the design, development and application of technology and systems to meet business needs.
Has skills associated with adapting equipment and technology to serve user needs.
Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single attachment when applying.
Conviction History Background
This is a designated position requiring fingerprinting and a background check due to the nature of the job responsibilities. Berkeley does hire people with conviction histories and reviews information received in the context of the job responsibilities. The University reserves the right to make employment contingent upon successful completion of the background check.
Equal Employment Opportunity
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The University of California was chartered in 1868 and its flagship campus - envisioned as a "City of Learning" - was established at Berkeley, on San Francisco Bay. Today the world's premier public university and a wellspring of innovation, UC Berkeley occupies a 1,232 acre campus with a sylvan 178-acre central core. From this home its academic community makes key contributions to the economic and social well-being of the Bay Area, California, and the nation.