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Systems Integrator-Risk Assurance

Company Name:
GulfStream Strategic Placements
Systems Integrator-Risk Assurance Position in Raritan, NJ
Requirements:
Minimum Bachelors Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Engineering or proven equivalent experience
At least 5 years experience in the IT industry, preferably in pharmaceutical IT
Microsoft certification a plus
5 years experience on Data Integration, SCOM, ERP, Oracle, Networks , HP Openview, IBM Netcool, Operating Systems, Linux, UNIX , SQL Server, Windows Server, and Windows Server 2008.
Experience in System Integration of complex multi-product tool, system & networks
Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows and UNIX/Linux operating systems and system management tools (SCOM, HP Openview, Netcool, etc)
Knowledgeable about database (Oracle & SQL Server) concepts and architecture, web-centric concepts and architecture
Knowledge about HP server, network, HP storage concepts and architecture, enterprise software design, engineering and support
Knowledge in solution delivery, system development lifecycle methodologies, and formal gate criteria.
Responsibilities:
Collaborate with multiple teams including IT engineering, QA, Risk Management, Security to identify, create, and publish required documentation
Expertise in transcribing engineering idea/concept and requirements into a technical document
Performs the integration and architecture design, compliance and security reviews of multi-platform IT solutions working with multi teams
Performs compliance reviews/qualification of IT solution and documentation and Participates in requirements, technical, and functional specification, testing review activities.
Contribute to documentation initiatives as needed, group knowledge and best practices and product/ service evolution.
So if youre a Top-notch System integrator and wants a new challenge, apply now!

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