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Systems Engineer IV

As a Systems Engineer IV, you will provide expert engineering approaches for IT Infrastructure. The evaluation, design, build, and documentation of solutions are at the core of the engineer's service catalog. You will provide mentorship and technical expertise to less experienced engineers. You will also develop strong peer relationship with Enterprise Architects, working together to create solution designs that align with the technology roadmap for the enterprise. What you'll do Evaluate, design, build, and document complex client server hardware/software/database solutions consistent with established standards Perform capacity planning, performance tuning and optimization when required for established systems Provide technical direction based on engineering's involvement with enterprise architecture. Set new standards to satisfy the enterprise technical roadmap Provide Tier III support in support of lower level engineers & administrators 24/7 for issues escalated to the highest level of support. Engage external vendor support as required Perform as a subject matter expert for client server technologies or databases in use at Premera, as well as remain knowledgeable in leading industry trends and technologies What you'll bring Bachelor's degree in Information Systems, Business Administration, or related area of study or 4 years' experience 7 years of IT related engineering experience What we offer Premera is proud to offer a comprehensive benefits package including: Medical, vision and dental coverage Life and disability insurance Retirement programs (401K employer match and pension plan) Wellness incentives, onsite services, a discount program and more Tuition assistance for undergraduate and graduate degrees Generous Paid Time Off to reenergize Free parking 11768
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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