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  • Company
    Epic
  • Location
    Madison, WI 53593
  • Job Status/Type
    Full Time Employee
  • Job Category
    IT/Software Development
  • Occupation
    General/Other: IT/Software Development
  • Industries
    Computer Software
  • Reference Code
    108
  • Posted
    9/9/2014

Server Systems Engineer Problem Solver



Position Summary

As a Server Systems Engineer, you'll become a master at designing, optimizing, and supporting the massive and powerful databases that are mission-critical to our customers' success.

You'll apply your problem-solving skills and eye for detail to develop creative solutions that our customers' unique needs, while engineering complex systems that require high reliability and scalability.

You'll work closely with your customers' teams on server troubleshooting, response, performance, benchmarking and automation. As their go-to person, they'll rely on you to provide world-class support; you'll offer guidance and direction while successfully solving challenging problems. You'll be responsible for developing monitoring tools and utility scripts to ensure their systems are running at peak performance.

You'll enjoy opportunities to keep abreast of the latest technologies and collaborate with your customers and IT vendors to design high-performance systems that ultimately allow healthcare providers to better do what they do best - take great care of patients.


Requirements

  • A Bachelor's degree
  • A history of academic and professional success
  • Knowledge of UNIX, Linux, Windows, database management systems, or scripting in Perl or Korn shell is a plus, but is not necessary.
  • Relocation to Madison, WI (reimbursed)
  • Willingness to travel nationwide up to 15%
  • Eligible to work in the U.S. without visa sponsorship


About Epic

At Epic, you’ll work at the intersection of two incredibly challenging fields: medicine and technology. Half of the U.S. population has a current Epic record and we’re expanding internationally as well, so you’ll have the opportunity to make an impact that is not only meaningful but also far-reaching.

Epic is private and employee-owned. We develop and support our software in-house, and have enjoyed steady growth since the company was founded in 1979. Our customers - mid-size and large healthcare systems, academic medical institutions, and children’s hospitals - are crucial partners in our effort to improve healthcare for care providers and for their patients.

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