Bring your passion to the Forefront
The University of Chicago Medicine is Hiring : Desktop Systems Engineer, Sr
The Desktop Engineer is responsible for the design, management and support of complex desktop applications, operating systems and components with minimal supervision. Engineer is expected to manage multiple projects and upgrades simultaneously delivering within established guidelines and costs using both internal and external resources.
The position will play a pivotal role in the End User desktop experience through the development of hardware standards, operating system development/enhancements and issue resolution through escalations. This role is a crucial part of the IT foundation and effectively communicates with all levels of IT (Servers, Networking, Telecomm, Security) to ensure the highest level of customer satisfaction. This position is a part of a team that focuses on the following within the organization
We’ve been at the forefront of medicine since 1899. We provide superior healthcare with compassion, always mindful that each patient is a person, an individual. To accomplish this, we need employees with passion, talent and commitment… with patients and with each other. We’re in this together: working to advance medical innovation, serve the health needs of the community, and move our collective knowledge forward. If you’d like to add enriching human life to your profile, The University of Chicago Medicine is for you. Here at the forefront, we’re doing work that really matters. Join us. Bring your passion.
Bring your career to the next level at a hospital that is thriving; from patient satisfaction to employee engagement, we are at the Forefront of Medicine. Take advantage of all we have to offer and #BringYourPassiontotheForefront
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The University of Chicago Medical Center is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, civil union status, parental status, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status and other legally protected characteristics.