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Operational Technology Infrastructure (OTI) Technician

Key Responsibilities

  • Model Company core values
  • Follow Health & Safety policies and programs
  • Maintain and troubleshoot site operations technology infrastructure, including servers, networking equipment, PLCs, HMIs, and other control system components
  • Provide technical support of site operations technology infrastructure
  • Implement improvements in systems capabilities that will increase the ability to meet customer requirements, including safe and reliable operations, and improve business competitiveness
  • As a member of a virtual team that spans all Roseburg locations in the US and Canada, work closely with the operations technology group on adherence to standards and participate in training as required
  • Develop and maintain documentation, and provide training for plant personnel on the manufacturing network system and components
  • Work with corporate Engineering staff and plant staff to support capital improvement projects as assigned

Required Qualifications

  • Three years of experience in administration of Windows workstations and servers
  • Demonstrated safety focus
  • Network skills: Route, Switch, Firewall/Security, Wireless, Circuit Management, VPN, general infrastructure etc. (Cisco/Meraki)
  • Facilitation and problem-solving skills and the ability to learn new technologies in a fast-paced environment
  • Must be able to be on call for 24x7 manufacturing operations, including nights, weekends and holidays as required

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree (or higher) in Computer Science, Information Technology, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering OR equivalent combination of education and/or experience
  • Experience interfacing with or supporting infrastructure needs of a process-control environment
  • Experience with VMWare vSphere and VMWare Horizon and Wonderware Controls software
  • PLC Programming Experience/Allen Bradley

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER INCLUDING DISABILITY AND VETERANS



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