The IT Systems Engineer is responsible for performing functions such as evaluation, testing, debugging and implementation of applications programs supporting the company infrastructure business processes and operations. Other functions include analyze, install, modify and support operating systems, databases, and utilities software. The IT Systems Engineer also plans, conducts and directs the analysis of business problems with automated systems solutions. This job family reports to the IT Manager.
The IT Systems Engineer is a grade 6.
The IT Systems Engineers share the same responsibilities outlined above.
The IT Systems Engineer position has all the same requirements as the ones outlined above plus the following:
The Senior IT Systems Engineer is a grade 7.
The Senior IT Systems Engineer has all the same responsibilities as the intermediate position plus the following:
The Senior IT Systems Engineer has all the same requirements as the ones outlined above plus the following:
A Staff IT Systems Engineer focuses on multiple disciplines and cross-department meta-level challenges related to IT to tactically improve efficiency across the organization. They provide technical and thought leadership, and drive innovation through next-generation architecture and iterating on larger problems while leading efforts to reduce tech debt across the organization.
The Staff IT Systems Engineer is a grade 8.
The Staff IT Systems Engineer has all the same responsibilities as the senior position plus the following:
The Staff IT Systems Engineer has all the same responsibilities as the ones outlined above plus the following:
The next step in the IT Systems Engineer job family is to move to the IT Manager job family.
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