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Location : Location US-ID-BOISE
Posted Date 4 days ago(10/13/2021 9:52 PM)
  Job Summary Responsible for multiple payroll duties including analyzing and auditing information, posting payroll data, preparing and filing taxes, and assisting with payroll administration. Perform other related work. Typical Duties and Responsibilities: - Provide leadership, training, and coaching in the department. - Analyze data and resolve problems. - Ensure deadlines are met. - Prepare multiple state and federal tax filings, journal entries, and various reports as needed. - Reconcile general ledger accounts. - Analyze processes and procedures for improvement. - Perform audits to ensure employees are paid according to applicable contracts and laws. - Review work of payroll clerks to ensure accuracy, timeliness, and ensure control processes are followed. - Maintain current wage and contract information in HR/Payroll system. - Process payroll including bi-weekly, periodic bonuses, and other payments. - Facilitate voiding of payroll wages, approving employee cash advances, and entering ACH reversals. - Perform other duties as assigned or needed. Requirements Education: - High school or equivalent. Experience: - Demonstrating strong analytical and problem solving skills with close attention to detail in order to effectively monitor progress and complete assignments effectively and accurately. - Processing payroll for a multi-state employer. - Creating and auditing journal entries and general ledger accounts through an electronic accounting - Communicating with excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Establishing and maintaining good rapport with co-workers, supervisors, and others. - Maintaining a high degree of confidentiality with sensitive information. - Demonstrating initiative and self-direction to perform a variety of simultaneous skills (multi-tasking). - Demonstrating proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.) software. - Effectively managing time and prioritizing to ensure deadlines are met. Ability to: - Prioritize different tasks, phone calls, and projects. - Train, coach, and lead employees. - Apply working knowledge of general ledger systems. - Continuously learn and improve skills. - Work independently with minimal supervision - Be dependable, self-directed, and show initiative. - Perform all tasks with honesty, integrity, and extreme confidentiality. - Lift office materials, books, binders, etc. (typically 10-15 lbs.) - Sit for long periods of time.   Machines and Equipment Operated: - Office machines (computer terminal, copier/scanner, 10-key, fax machine, telephone, etc.) Preferred Education, Experience, and/or Credentials: - Experience in a position leading and effectively influencing others. - Payroll certification. - Accounting degree. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the employees assigned to this job. All employees must comply with Company policies and applicable laws. The responsibilities, duties, and qualifications required of personnel may vary.
City
BOISE
State
Idaho
Address
650 N. ARMSTRONG PLACE
Country
United States
Post End Date
10/21/2021
Store #
Boise #979
Location : Location US-ID-BOISE
Posted Date 1 week ago(10/8/2021 2:27 PM)
Job Summary Performs professional high-level Human Resource employee relations related duties under the general direction of the Employee Relations Director.  Works closely with the Store Management, General Office Human Resource team, and regional employees.  Leads and provides professional guidance to a team of ER Specialists.  Responsible for some or all of the following functional areas: employee relations, employment law compliance, investigations, policy compliance, training, coaching and providing human resource and employee relations recommendations and direction to management and employees.  Consistently provides friendly and engaging customer service to internal and external customers.  Perform related work. Typical Duties and Responsibilities: - Expeditious management of complex employee relations issues and investigations including investigations related to alleged discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, etc. - Evaluate and provide comprehensive analysis involving extremely complicated and diverse employee relations issues determined by in-depth appraisal of company policy and procedures, related employment law and other factors. - Design, develop and execute strategic programs and tactics to address employee relations concerns and trends. - Lead the resolution of internal investigations including harassment, discrimination and retaliation concerns. Conduct investigation interviews with pertinent individuals, both remotely and in person. - Conduct thorough research to identify applicable company policies and practices, and determines when a company policy violation has occurred. Recommend action(s) to appropriately resolve the case and proactively prevent further occurrence. - Provide leadership and guidance to ER Specialists on ER concerns and investigations. - Develop and compose effective corrective action documents and performance improvement plans. - Review escalated matters with appropriate stakeholders at all levels of the organization. - Proactively identify opportunities to educate managers on employee relations trends, policy, and law. - Identify potential policy revision or development necessary to meet the needs of the business. - Maintain recordkeeping of all employee relations matters in the employee relations case management system. Monitor and analyze employee relations data to address identified themes. - Take ownership of all assigned tasks, initiatives, inquiries, and escalations. Ensure cases are resolved and completed efficiently and with a high-level of quality. Follow up and provide feedback, guidance, and coaching to customers, stakeholders, and colleagues. - Deliver friendly and engaging customer service to internal and external customers by telephone, email, and in person. Model friendly, enthusiastic customer service with an emphasis of taking care of the customer. - Performs other duties as assigned or needed. Requirements Education: - Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources (or related field) or equivalent experience in a formal Human Resource position such as Human Resource Generalist, Human Resource Business Partner, Employee Relations Specialist, Labor Relations Specialist, or similar in addition to experience listed below. Experience: - At least four (4) years of direct employee relations experience providing guidance to management and researching, investigating and responding to employee member issues and concerns. - Demonstrating advanced knowledge of federal, state and local employment (EEO) and labor laws. - Demonstrating strong knowledge in the use of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.) software. - Communicating both verbally (on phone, one-on-one, to groups) and in writing (emails, letters, reports, presentations) to various audiences (work group, team, company management, external clients, etc.). - Utilizing time management skills such as prioritizing, organizing, tracking details and meeting deadlines of multiple projects with varying completion dates. - Demonstrating success in objectively consulting employees and managers on employee relations issues of varied scope and complexity consistent with company protocol. - Applying strong conflict resolution skills. - Applying in-depth knowledge of federal and state regulations regarding employment practices related to the day-to-day management of employees to reduce legal risks and ensure regulatory compliance. - Conducting basic research, analyzing data, and preparing recommendations. - Demonstrating a professional level of confidentiality handing sensitive applicant, employee and company information. - Developing and maintaining effective relationships with team members, managers and employees. Ability to: - Consistently provide friendly and engaging customer service to internal and external customers. - Manage a high volume of Employee Relations cases. - Maintain a high level of integrity, confidentiality and a very professional attitude. - Demonstrate advanced written and oral communication skills, including skill in writing thorough, logical, well-written analytical reports to convey complex issues. - Travel up to 10% of the time for business purposes (within state and out of state). - Multi-task and work in a fast-paced, often stressful, multiple-priority environment. - Work independently and efficiently with minimal supervision (self-motivated, take initiative, and drive results). - Be highly adaptable to change. - Respond to calls on urgent matters including after business hours, on weekends and holidays. - Perform all tasks with integrity and dependability. - Sit, twist upper body and use both hands repetitively for extended periods of time. - Perform all tasks with integrity and dependability. Additional Requirements: - Valid Driver’s License and acceptable Department of Motor Vehicles driving record. Machines and Equipment Operated: - Office machines (multi-line telephone, computer terminal, copier/scanner, fax machine, laptop, cell phone, etc.). - Motor vehicle Preferred Education, Experience and/or Credentials: - Multi-state experience, including specific experience with California, Washington and Oregon. - Experience providing virtual Human Resources support to employees in multiple locations. - Four (4) or more years of direct experience conducting investigations of harassment, discrimination and retaliation. - Experience working in a customer service environment. - Experience using a case management system. - PHR/SPHR and SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP certifications. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the employee(s) assigned to this job.  All employees must comply with Company policies and applicable laws.  The responsibilities, duties and qualifications required of personnel may vary. 
City
BOISE
State
Idaho
Address
650 N. ARMSTRONG PLACE
Country
United States
Post End Date
11/1/2021
Store #
Boise #979
Location : Location US-ID-BOISE
Posted Date 1 week ago(10/7/2021 10:23 AM)
  Job Summary Assist with the administration of employee Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), ADA, state leaves, military leaves, WinCo’s leave of absence policy, and reasonable workplace accommodations. Consistently provides friendly, courteous customer service to internal and external customers. Perform other related work.   Typical Duties and Responsibilities - Maintain an atmosphere of friendly, enthusiastic customer service with an emphasis of taking care of the customer. Provide exceptional customer service with users by telephone, email, and in person. - Assist in the administration of the FMLA, ADA, state leaves, military leaves, WinCo’s Personal Leave of Absence Policy, and other related policies. - Review information provided by WinCo’s third-party leave administrator (provided daily) regarding employee’s leave approvals/denials, and accurately documents and updates that information into WinCo’s internal employee-information system. - Communicate with management and personnel clerks (retail locations, warehouse locations, and office locations) regarding leave approvals/denials, return to work, and extensions of leave. - Provide general guidance to employees, management, personnel clerks, etc. regarding leaves and reasonable workplace accommodations, which requires an understanding of each law, WinCo policies, and each impact, work in conjunction with, or supersede each other. - Determine when employees have reached FMLA/state leave exhaustion, and offers additional leave under WinCo’s policies and/or the ADA. - Review and process requests for Personal Leave of Absences under WinCo policy, and other miscellaneous leave requests that protect absences from WinCo’s Attendance Policy. - Receive and review employee medical certifications regarding additional leave under the ADA (as a reasonable accommodation). - Review employee and applicant requests for reasonable workplace accommodations, and gathers additional information from both the employee and management to assist in determining whether a reasonable workplace accommodation can be granted (the interactive process). - Make determinations regarding approving/denying employee’s military leave, ADA leave and workplace accommodation and request. - Create and maintain documentation of all related records in accordance with WinCo policy, state and federal records retention requirements. - Provide support to all WinCo locations and management to ensure WinCo is in compliance with federal and state laws regarding leave and reasonable workplace accommodations. - Help employees resolve leave issues, and answers questions related to the same. - Perform other duties as assigned or needed. Requirements Education: - High School Diploma or equivalent.   Experience: - At least one (1) year office experience to include answering a multi-line telephone system. - Demonstrating proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) - Demonstrating highly skilled administrative functions; quick and accurate alpha and numeric data entry, attentive to detail and effectively monitor progress towards completely of tasks. - Requiring a professional level of confidentiality handling sensitive employee and Company information. - Developing and maintaining effective relationships with team members, managers, personnel clerks, employees, and the third party leave administrator. - Professionally addressing difficult, sometimes angry individuals. - Demonstrating strong analytical and problem-solving skills with close attention to detail in order to effectively monitor progress and complete assignments. Ability to: - Consistently provide world class customer service to internal and external customers. - Learn, understand, communicate and accurately apply working knowledge of FMLA, ADA, state leave las, military leave/USERRA, and related WinCo policies. - Apply existing policies and interact with customers on a case by case basis. - Field and prioritize different tasks, phone calls and projects. - Work as a member of a team in a high-stress environment. - Apply strong analytical and problem solving abilities. - Demonstrate excellent customer service skills to both internal and external customers. - Demonstrate initiative and self-direction to perform a variety of simultaneous skills (multi-tasking). - Utilize excellent verbal, written and inter-personal communication skills, establishing and maintaining a good rapport with co-workers, supervisors, customers, etc. - Be adaptable to change. - Sit and twist upper body for extended periods of time. - Use both hands repetitively for extended periods of time. - Perform all tasks with efficiency, accuracy, integrity and dependability. Additional Requirements: - Must be at least 18 years old. Machines and Equipment Operated: - Office machines (computer terminal, copier/scanner, 10-key, fax machine, telephone, etc) Preferred Education, Experience, and/or Credentials: - One or more years’ experience in a human resources team environment or related experience. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the employees assigned to this job. All employees must comply with Company policies and applicable laws.  The responsibilities, duties and qualifications required of personnel may vary. 
City
BOISE
State
Idaho
Address
650 N. ARMSTRONG PLACE
Country
United States
Post End Date
10/21/2021
Store #
Boise #979
Location : Location US-ID-BOISE
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/4/2021 2:33 PM)
                                  Job Title: IT Security Engineer                                                                                 Date: 01/20 Job Summary Design, implement and support information security solutions for WinCo Food’s technology environment. Actively monitor current threats and counter-measures, recommend and implement improvements to security architecture and security technology.  Ensure ongoing regulatory compliance and the protection of WinCo Food’s payment systems, computer systems, network devices and sensitive data.  Collaborate with cross-functional teams to cultivate WinCo Food’s security culture. Consistently provide friendly and engaging customer service to internal and external customers.  Perform related work.                                Typical Duties and Responsibilities - Maintain an atmosphere of friendly, enthusiastic customer service with an emphasis on taking care of the customer. Provide exceptional customer service by telephone, email, and in person. - Work with other Information Technology (IT) teams to ensure logical and physical security of all systems and data. - Identify security gaps or weaknesses, and recommend solutions to reduce risk to the company. - Lead initiatives to implement new security solutions. Identify vendors, evaluate tools and implement the solution(s). - Establish vulnerability-scanning procedures and work with the necessary teams to prioritize and install patches and security fixes based upon risk and impact. - Act as the subject matter expert for IT Security on company technology projects lead by other teams. - Develop security protection goals, objectives and metrics consistent with enterprise best practices. - Produce periodic reports on security metrics and incidents. - Perform log and event analysis of systems and security technologies to identify anomalies and suspicious activity. - Develop monitoring and alerting for security technologies including IDS/IPS, firewall, vulnerability scanning, security logging and event management. - Respond to security incidents and coordinate response, containment, forensics and mitigation. - Conduct information security investigations and threat assessments. - Perform maintenance, configuration and support of IDS/IPS, firewall, web proxy, vulnerability scanning, SIEM, and other security technologies. - Promote security awareness across the organization through end-user training, knowledge transfer, and documentation of threats and vulnerabilities. - Actively research and communicate current threats and attack vectors to IT management. - Develop, document and update IT security procedures and policies. - Perform on-call support for security events. - Perform other projects and duties as needed and assigned.                                  Requirements Education: - Associates degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field AND five (5) years of IT Security or Engineering experience OR equivalent combination (seven (7) years) of education, training, and/or experience demonstrating considerable knowledge of IT security.  Experience: - At least five (5) years direct experience working in an enterprise technology environment in a security or engineering role. - Demonstrating technical working knowledge of design considerations for Firewall, LAN, WAN, WLAN, VPN, Windows Server, Active Directory, DMZs, Certificate (PKI) Infrastructure, Unix/Linux, Virtual Infrastructure, and network protocols. - Implementing and managing enterprise security solutions such as antivirus, encryption methodologies, IPS/IDS, Web Content Filtering, Identity and Access Management, email security, and monitoring and alerting. - Demonstrating familiarity with security tools used for penetration testing, vulnerability scanning and forensics. - Implementing security best practices related to networks, servers, end-user devices and sensitive information. - Hands-on with log aggregation or SIEM technologies including implementation and support. - Understanding of cyber security concepts, principles and industry-recognized security frameworks such as ISO 27002, NIST, CIS CSC, etc. - Hands-on hardware and software troubleshooting. - Demonstrating knowledge of applicable data privacy practices and laws. - Exhibiting excellent customer service skills, working well with others and demonstrating professionalism and courtesy in all customer interactions. - Working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.  Ability to: - Consistently provide friendly and engaging customer service to internal and external customers. - Demonstrate strong organizational skills, initiative and self-direction to effectively manage time and perform tasks to meet timelines and work quality expectations. - Effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment. - Continually assess WinCo’s security posture, and design and implement solutions for gaps. - Learn and apply new/emerging technologies and best practices. - Conduct research into IT security issues, products and solutions. - Demonstrate strong analytical and problem-solving abilities while always maintaining attention to detail. - Exhibit strong written and oral communication skills. - Be highly motivated with a passion for IT Security. - Communicate complex, technical, information and ideas to all levels of audiences. - Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills. - Be on call to respond to security incidents, including evenings, weekends and holidays as required. - Travel up to 10% of the time.  Machines and Equipment Operated: - Office machines (computer terminal, copier/scanner, fax machine, telephone etc.).  Preferred Education, Experience and/or Credentials: - Five (5) years direct experience working with enterprise security tools, including at least 3 years of implementing and managing enterprise security tools. - Experience with open-source operating systems and security related tools. - One or more industry recognized security certification, such as CISSP, GIAC, Security+, etc. - One or more industry recognized technology certification, such as MSCE, CCNA, CCNP, etc. - Working knowledge of PCI DSS compliance framework.  The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the employees assigned to this job.  All employees must comply with Company policies and applicable laws.  The responsibilities, duties and qualifications required of personnel may vary.   
City
BOISE
State
Idaho
Address
650 N ARMSTRONG PLACE
Country
United States
Store #
Boise #000
Location : Location US-ID-BOISE
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/27/2021 10:30 AM)
Job Summary Perform various payroll accounting duties including payroll tax preparation, review, and filing; preparing, entering, reviewing journal entries; reviewing general ledger accounts; and creating reports for internal and external stakeholders.  Research and assist with the implementation of new and revised payroll laws.  Perform other related work.   Typical Duties and Responsibilities - Maintain an atmosphere of friendly, enthusiastic customer service with an emphasis on taking care of the customer. - Provide exceptional customer service by telephone, email and in person. - Review and reconcile quarterly tax filings. - Review annual tax reconciliations. - Perform reviews of payroll-related general ledger accounts. - Validate earnings payable to employees as stated in collective bargaining agreements. - Review and approve corrections to employee pay. - Analyze monthly accruals. - Research payroll implications of new laws related to pay (sick, vacation, hours worked) and withholdings. - Prepare and file amendments of state and federal tax / wage returns. - Assist with audits, such as gathering data for annual financial and compliance audits. - Coordinate bonus preparation. - Ensure assigned deadlines are met (projects, internal financial reporting deadlines, or statutory deadlines for tax, mandatory reporting, etc.). - Review procedures and suggest process improvements. - Construct custom data requests. - Perform other duties as assigned. Requirements Education: - Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or related field OR combined equivalent education, training, and experience.    Experience: - At least two (2) years in a position with responsibility for creating, posting, reviewing and approving journal entries and performing research (i.e., investigating) accounting differences. - At least two (2) years in a position with responsibility for computing tax payments, completing tax forms, and reconciling tax entries. - At least two (2) years in a position researching payroll tax laws and making recommendations for implementation. - Interpreting and analyzing statistical and financial information, applying strong analytical and problem-solving skills with close attention to detail. - Demonstrating the ability to train and lead staff. - Working with software to extrapolate data, validate inputs, and confirm results. - Demonstrating excellent organizational and time management skills with the ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks and projects simultaneously. - Demonstrating advanced technical proficiency with Microsoft Excel and strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Outlook software. - Demonstrating good communication skills. - Handling confidential issues in a professional and discreet manner.   Ability to: - Be extremely self-motivated. - Work under pressure to meet deadlines of a variety of simultaneous workloads. - Manage multiple priorities and assess to adjust quickly as conditions warrant or priorities change. - Exhibit exceptional communication skills, attention to detail, critical thinking, and initiative. - Write and speak clearly and succinctly in a variety of communication settings. - Perform all tasks with integrity and extreme confidentiality. - Establish and maintain good rapport with co-workers, supervisors, and others. - Sit for extended periods of time. - Perform primary duties with efficiency and accuracy. - Work independently with minimal supervision. - Be resilient, receptive and responsive to performance feedback.   Machines and Equipment Operated: - Office machines (computer terminal, copier/scanner, 10-key, fax machine, telephone, etc.) and other devices   Preferred Education, Experience and/or Credentials: - Financial reporting (GAAP) and general ledger experience preferred   The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the employees assigned to this job.  All employees must comply with Company policies and applicable laws.  The responsibilities, duties and qualifications required of personnel may vary.     
City
BOISE
State
Idaho
Address
650 N. ARMSTRONG PLACE
Country
United States
Post End Date
10/19/2021
Store #
Boise #979
Location : Location US-ID-Boise
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(9/20/2021 5:55 PM)
Job Summary Plans, directs, and coordinates activities related to construction of new and existing structures, facilities, and systems for a complete project and/or multiple phases of a complex construction project.  Participate in the conceptual development of a construction project and oversee its organization, scheduling, budgeting, and implementation. Perform related work.   Typical Duties and Responsibilities - Plan, schedule, administer or coordinate multiple phases of large, complex projects and/or multiple projects of moderate scope.  - Review and administer construction contracts and cooperative agreements with a variety of federal, state and local governments and public entities to ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements. - Utilize conventional construction management practices to prepare cost estimates, define work to be done and specifications to be met, review contract bid prior to bid opening to determine compliance with plan specifications.  - Conduct inspections to ensure compliance with plans and specifications. - Review contract change order requests for comparison to original specification and determination if the variances are acceptable. - Review, analyze, accept and maintain schedules established by contractor to determine if the appropriate logic was used and ensures that it will meet the completion date established by the contract.  - Analyze delays and make recommendations for appropriate action to correct deficiencies, analyze and makes recommendation to accept, reject or amend contract claims, and may prepare contracts for bid and plans for improvements. - Compile information for preparation of budgets and programs and participate in meetings with contractors, other agencies, the general public and civic groups. - Direct the review of plans and specifications for compliance with standard specifications, state, federal and local codes and site conditions.  - Liaison between all related parties to ensure communication of the approval process, maintenance of schedules and budgets, and review of various project progress reports. - Monitor contractor bids for project costs as compared to design estimates, review price adjustments and contract claims analyses to determine resolution of contract disputes for regional construction projects.  - Conduct inspections to verify projects are completed in accordance to standard specifications and project plans.  - Ensure quality control efforts are coordinated to ensure material compliance with current standard specifications. - Develop construction and maintenance project budgets, monitoring expenditures, determine project staffing requirements, offer training and coordinate project activities with other governmental and public entities. - Research construction products, methods, procedures and applications for new construction, rehabilitation and repairs, as well as assess disaster-related damages to facilities. - Address a variety of more complex features such as conflicting design requirements, changes in alignment, grade control and unsuitability of conventional materials which may result in substantial adaptations of standard techniques and new approaches to unique circumstances.  - Manage multiple projects, usually resulting in larger dollar valued projects, typically in urban areas requiring more public outreach and 24 hour working conditions to facilitate completion.   - Manages multiple projects, or all or multiple phases of a complex project which adds capacity and new structures. - Performs other duties as assigned or needed.   Requirements Education: - Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management or related field OR combined equivalent education, training and experience. Experience: - At least five (5) years performing construction management responsibilities including preparing cost estimates, interpreting plans, contract drawings and related specifications, analyzing, interpreting and applying federal, state and local laws as they relate to construction management, writing technical construction reports, selecting and adapting standard construction plans, specifications and standards,  coordinating field work and inspecting projects for compliance. - Demonstrating good knowledge of construction management principles and practices. - Exhibiting good knowledge of building design practices, general construction methods, construction contract administration, state and local building codes including International Building Code and electrical, plumbing, fire and life-safety codes. - Providing input into project staffing requirements, including contract employees.  - Reading and interpreting contract plans, specifications and documents. - Estimating and scheduling construction projects and applying engineering principals for construction applications and various aspects of project management. - Operating computers with Windows applications, including Word, Excel, Outlook, etc. in a work setting. - Applying strong analytical and problem-solving skills with close attention to detail in order to effectively monitor progress and complete assignments, performing all duties with efficiency and accuracy. - Utilizing excellent verbal, written and inter-personal communication skills, establishing and maintaining a good rapport with co-workers, supervisors, contractors, etc. - Accepting direction from multiple sources and effectively managing time to ensure deadlines are met. - Demonstrating initiative and self-direction to perform a variety of simultaneous skills (multi-tasking), fielding and prioritizing different tasks, phone calls and projects with minimal supervision. Ability to: - Respond to emergencies and to travel extensively for extended periods of time, and stay overnight.  - Some positions may be required to work with hazardous materials. - Work graveyard / overnight and weekend schedules as required depending on project needs. - Lift up to 50 lbs. occasionally, bend at waist and twist upper body frequently, repetitive use of hands continually. Additional Requirements: - Acceptable Department of Motor Vehicles driving record Machines and Equipment Operated: - Office machines (computer terminal, copier/scanner, 10-key, fax machine, telephone, etc) - Company car Preferred Education, Experience and/or Credentials: - Knowledge of the retail grocery industry and corresponding products. - Good knowledge of building design practices, general construction methods and construction contract administration. - Good knowledge of State and local building codes including International Building Code and electrical, plumbing, fire and life-safety codes - Experience developing space utilization plans for commercial office space.   The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the employees assigned to this job.  All employees must comply with Company policies and applicable laws.  The responsibilities, duties and qualifications required of personnel may vary. 
City
Boise
State
Idaho
Address
650 N. Armstrong Place
Country
United States
Store #
Boise #000
Location : Location US-ID-Boise
Posted Date 2 months ago(8/13/2021 10:49 AM)
Job Summary Responsible for the design, implementation, configuration, administration and integrity of the server and storage infrastructure. Responsibilities include the evaluation, selection and recommendation, implementation, technical documentation and problem resolution for server and technology solutions. Participates as a technical resource on server team and serves as project lead for server team projects.   Typical Duties and Responsibilities - Collaborate with IT Staff and Infrastructure Director to create optimal system performance, design, architecture, and configurations. - Provide technical expertise and knowledge to server system strategic plan and roadmap. - Work with end users and department heads to identify, maintain and document service levels. - Provide system support for all aspects of server hardware and software products. - Configure, design, and maintain system security solutions. - Maintain all server system hardware and software including servers, storage arrays, virtualization, active directory, databases, and exchange. - Identify software products, tools, and utilities to meet operational needs.  Lead software evaluations based on workflow requirements and structured analysis. - Participate in incident response for server and systems related instances. - Perform analysis, diagnosis, and resolution of complex system problems for hardware and software solutions. - Practice asset management, including maintenance of server component inventory. - Conduct research on products, services, protocols and standards in support of server and storage environments - Evaluate, test and recommend system hardware and software products. - Analyze technology problems, oversee implementation and supervise performance of corrective maintenance; ensure the regularly scheduled maintenance activities are appropriately performed and logged - Design and implement secure system architecture to meet PCI requirements. - Review server configurations for accuracy, standardization, and simplicity. - Monitor and tune operational software to achieve optimum performance levels. - Lead and perform ongoing analysis of operations functions to identify opportunities to increase efficiency of resource usage and quality of service. - Aid in development of business continuity and disaster recovery plans and maintain current knowledge of plan executables. Respond to emergency outages. - Manage assigned projects to deliver services that meet established objectives on time and within budget. - Proactively utilize IT resources to maintain detailed technical product knowledge, remain current with IT technology trends and increase technical skills. - Provide guidance and training to IT Staff as required. - Keen attention to detail in documentation and configuration of systems - Consistently meet goals, expectations, and deadlines. - Perform other duties as assigned or needed.  Requirements Education: - Bachelor’s degree in an IT related field OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience in addition to experience listed below. Experience: - At least five (5) years’ work experience in an enterprise-scale IT Operations environment or equivalent. - At least five (5) years’ work experience as a Systems Administrator or Engineer gained in the last ten (10) years OR equivalent education, training and/or experience demonstrating considerable knowledge of server systems design and architecture. - Demonstrating proficiency in one or more of the operational software set, including patch management, powershell scripting, software distribution, antivirus, security, enterprise monitoring and backup/recovery. - Demonstrating proficiency in IT process analysis methods, change control methodologies, software installation and methods, ITIL/ITSM concepts and principles. - Demonstrating ability to architect complex, secure, and highly available systems. - Demonstrating familiarity with the interrelationship of application development, systems programming, operations, and the support center. - Leading and managing IT projects to successful completion. - Exhibiting strong analytical and problem-solving skills with keen attention to detail. - Utilizing excellent verbal, written and inter-personal communication skills, presenting ideas in user-friendly language. - Effectively working with product vendors and support personnel. - Exhibiting excellent customer service skills and ability to work with others. Must demonstrate professionalism and courtesy in all customer interaction. Ability to: - Communicate effectively both written and verbal. - Work in a team-oriented, collaborative environment with a strong customer service orientation, understanding organizational goals and objectives. - Convey ideas in a logical order and professional manner. - Be on-call to trouble-shoot emergencies. - Travel occasionally. - Work varied hours; including nights, weekends, and holidays, when necessary to meet business needs. - Multi-task effectively, remaining detail oriented, and maintaining composure in a fast paced IT environment. - Utilize logical thought processes and learn new systems, concepts, and procedures. - Demonstrate advanced knowledge of server concepts, principles, maintenance and operation. - Perform all tasks efficiently and accurately with confidentiality, honesty and integrity. - Sit for extended periods of time. - Bend, stoop, twist and turn frequently. - Lift and transport objects weighing up to 50 lbs. such as routers and switches. - Push and pull hand trucks and push carts containing loads of substantial weight. Additional Requirements: - A minimum of one (1) industry recognized advanced certification, such as: Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Vendor specific Storage administration certification or VMware Certified Professional (VCP) Machines and Equipment Operated: - Office machines (computer terminal, copier/scanner, fax machine, telephone etc.). - Servers and Storage Arrays. - Hand and power tools. - Push carts, hand trucks. Preferred Education, Experience and/or Credentials: - ITIL Foundations certificate The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the employees assigned to this job.  All employees must comply with Company policies and applicable laws.  The responsibilities, duties and qualifications required of personnel may vary.   
City
Boise
State
Idaho
Address
650 N. Armstrong Place
Country
United States
Store #
Boise #000

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