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Looking to continue building your career at MSK? Passionate about making a difference? We have an exciting new opportunity to work with a collaborative team in DigITs!
The Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) team requires a person with expertise in the development of infrastructure risk management procedures, business continuance scenarios, contingency and disaster plans for our hybrid cloud environment. These skills are essential to maintain operations during unscheduled platform downtime and in case of a major disaster to one or both of our data center facilities. The Senior IT Disaster Recovery Engineer, working with the ETS Business Continuity/Backup and Recovery Manager will collaborate with platform/application owners within DigITs and Hospital Administration Emergency Response managers supporting all aspects of disaster recovery.
- Implement policies and procedures for disaster recovery planning for on-prem and cloud solutions.
- Manage recovery plan development and maintenance activities to ensure plans are current and compliant.
- Manage the test lifecycle supporting and facilitating testing with infrastructure and applications teams.
- Understand and advocate DR Program strategy while executing activities with DigITs teams.
Lead the planning and implementation of the project plan ensuring Project Management methodology is followed.
Develop the project plan to include the definition of project scope, goals, and deliverables; project tasks, resource requirements and allocation of tasks.
Identify, acquire and maintain resources necessary for project completion.
Evaluate and assess project plan post implementation and presents key findings/learning.
Track project milestones, identifies and resolves issues, risks and obstacles to meeting project goals and deadlines.
Document relevant workflows, project requirements, policy and procedure gaps, key decisions and necessary follow-up.
Report to management and MSKCC executive management as part of project planning and progress.
Maintain regular project updates and communications regarding project status and progress; reporting regularly on project progress to stakeholders, project team and steering and executive committees.
Coordinate with applicable stakeholders when developing and executing a multi-stage communications plan.
Provide effective structured change management (including contract addendums, budget addendums and technical design changes) support for all large-scale, client-facing projects or internal IS initiatives.
Develop specific change management strategies and plans, identify risks, coordinate with stakeholders and overcome obstacles to change.
- Able to join and contribute to DR in the cloud transformation efforts.
- Comfortable leading discussions and educating Center and DigITs partners in matters concerning DR methodology, practices, roles and responsibilities.
- Highly qualified in engaging infrastructure and application teams to collaborate on discussions and requirements for disaster recovery including experience with recovery and system processes
- Able to provide project leadership, when needed, for the purpose of planning, advising, controlling, developing and maintaining the Disaster Recovery program.
- 7+ years of experience in project management with a background in IT disaster recovery.
- Knowledge of crisis management, business continuity and event management practices.
- Professional certification in Disaster Relief (DRI) preferred, but not required.
Location: Lyndhurst or Monmouth campus data center (TBD). This position will also be hybrid and will require work onsite when needed.
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