Building Infrastructure Administrator-Remote Hybrid
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Internal Number: 134390
SUBFUNCTION DEFINITION: Understand and adhere to protocols and requirements for working in the Hospital's Critical Care Units and clinical environment. Support clinical CCHMC applications throughout the institution, includes manipulating various configurations and settings and being able to identify systemic application issues.
Project Management Assist in planning and implementation of small, medium and large projects. Assist in management of project resource allocation. Track and document project deliverables. Constantly monitor and report progress to the appropriate stakeholders. Prioritize assigned tasks and projects based upon directives from supervisor. Participate in improving organizational performance through recommending areas or approaches for improvement activities, performing new procedures, collecting data and providing input to department discussions.
Maintain standards in adherence with organizational & departmental guidelines and industry best practices. Make any necessary system/client changes based on organizational and departmental needs and collaborate with various functional groups to ensure other systems or applications aren't impacted by such changes. Package various software applications as needed using available tools. Responsible for small, medium and large scale deployments/updates to include testing, planning and scheduling. Continuously review existing configurations to ensure we are keeping pace with technology changes. Maintain currency in field through continuing education, literature and seminars. Mentor and provide guidance to other members of Client Admin team as well as to frontline support in Client Services
Responsible for the design, specification, commissioning and maintenance of CCHMC building infrastructure systems to include: structured cabling systems that support enterprise data, voice, WLAN, Nurse Call, RTLS, and other low voltage platforms.
Responsibilities include CCHMC structured cable systems (low voltage and fiber optic cables), cable installation, pathway construction, telecommunication room build-out, cable terminations, labeling, and documentation.
Participation in design and implementation activities for all construction related activities.
Responsible for IMAC (Install, Moves, Adds, Changes) activities and related programs/processes.
Develop project scope and bid documents, vendor management, provide estimates and ongoing budget tracking for construction projects.
Coordinate infrastructure design with IS, architectural and MEP stakeholders
Perform assessment of building infrastructure needs including above ceiling assessments, pathways and firestop, cable tray size and clearances.
Prepare structured cabling design documentation, including drawings and specifications.
Prepare floor plans showing low voltage device layouts, cable pathways, equipment, etc.
Prepare system riser diagrams, OSP diagrams and all other infrastructure related documentation. Review and approve construction drawings and product data submittals.
Oversee implementation activities: conduct readiness assessments, field inspections and ongoing walk throughs, develop punch lists, manage open issues and risks for projects/initiatives.
Track changes throughout project lifecycle. Ensure as-builts, shop drawings, test results and all deliverables are received and accurate at project closeout.
Ensure CCHMC and Industry standards and guidelines are being adhered to, along with above ceiling inspection programs and permits.
Production Support Provide technical support and third-level problem resolution assistance for production and process issues. Troubleshoot and decipher error messages. Resolves large issues. Utilizes appropriate Change Control methods to implement system solutions. Proactive in the identification of potential issues and conceptualizing solutions. Lead projects to decrease downtime and system issues. Lead and mentor teammates in evaluating and monitoring system performance and functionality to avoid potential issues as well as gathering information for future development needs or feasibility studies. Provide on-call support and handle incident resolution, problem determination and resolution during that time. Review Technology- Continuously review existing and new technology & tools; Ensure we are keeping pace and evaluating our current technology as well as new technology that may enhance our ability to more effectively and efficiently provide service. Research industry best practices related to technology and tools and communicate with management. Work with other functional groups to understand their needs and what new technology they are looking at as well. Make recommendations to management with risks and rewards associated with any implementations.
Customer Service Ensure outstanding end-user support is provided, including ongoing monitoring of Service Level Agreements for incident management and collaboration with other areas to ensure customer-centered incident management and support. Adhere to and promote continual adoption of change management policies and procedures. Model outstanding customer service behavior, including timely and effective follow-up with customers.
Leadership/Communication Maintain balance between technical prowess and business aptitude. Serve as a liaison between Cincinnati Children's departments and Information Services. Design, write, and prepare complete user and technical documentation for systems implemented.
Bachelor's degree in a related field
5-7 years of work experience in a related job discipline OR equivalent combination of education and experience
Working knowledge of structured cabling systems, including fiber optic cable and various low voltage systems.
Experience with design and/or implementation of structured cable systems (low voltage and fiber optic cables), cable installation, pathway construction, telecommunication room build-out, cable terminations, labeling, and documentation
Experience as project manager or crew lead/supervisor for structured cabling and low voltage systems.
BICSI or other industry certifications
Experience in healthcare applications of structured cabling and low voltage systems such as Nurse Call, Real Time Locating Systems, etc.
Experience planning, design and implementation of structured cabling systems for new construction and remodels
Expert knowledge or certifications in telecommunications systems and/or networking fundamentals (wired and wireless).
At Cincinnati Children’s, we come to work with one goal: to make children’s health better. We believe in a team approach, both in caring for patients and their families, and in advancing science and discovery. We strive to do better, and find energy and inspiration in our shared purpose. If you want to be the best you can be, you can do it at Cincinnati Children’s.