Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Engineer, Senior (SVC), 2 Year Term, Benefits Eligible','254298','Federal Reserve Bank of Boston','MA-Boston','','Full-time','Regular','Exempt','Exempt','Experienced','','','Yes, 5 % of the Time','Day Job','','','Tier III','Tier III','','','','!*!Job SummaryThis position is responsible for providing configuration, implementation and support of the SVC Organization security and IT systems for the Federal Reserve System. This position is part of the Stored Value Card’s LAN/Infrastructure team, which provides infrastructure services supporting the Federal Reserve System’s, Stored Value Card solution for the U.S. Treasury as their fiscal agent.
Principal Accountabilities1. Provide design, configuration, implementation, and management of IT systems to the Federal Reserve System’s SVC infrastructure; including incidents, service requests, and projects while remaining in compliance of service level agreements, system standards and industry best practices.2. Provide primary and secondary level analysis, troubleshooting and responses to network events and requests, utilizing tools, resources, documentation and peer support. Provide second level assistance, critical thinking and oversight to resolve complex issues and to administer infrastructure implementations.3. Monitor, track, report on and manage IT infrastructure projects. Gather requirements, conduct evaluations and proofs of concept, and create technical designs supporting customer solutions.4. Develop, document and execute network and security designs for the implementation of new services.5. Communicate and work directly with customers, subject matter experts and colleagues across the Federal Reserve System on infrastructure projects, complex issues and events.6. After hours and weekend work may be required in order to perform tasks and maintenance that cannot be done during business hours.7. Participate in a 24 x 7 on-call rotation.8. Provide integration support and coordination with the Treasury Web Application Infrastructure (TWAI) and General Computing Services (GCS).9. Assures solutions, requests and work is in compliance with Federal Reserve architecture standards, policies, procedures and industry best practices.
Other AccountabilitiesPerform other duties as assigned.
SupervisionThis position may be required to directly supervise others.
Knowledge and ExperienceKnowledge and experience normally acquired through, or equivalent to, the completion of a Bachelor's degree, preferably in an IT field, and a minimum of 5-7 years of job-related experience.• Individual must be knowledgeable in one or more of the following technologies: Active Directory, LDAP/PKI Directory, Domain Name Services (DNS), web application firewalls, enterprise firewalls, proxy/caching services, routing/switching, load balancing, information security, network security, OSI Model, Connect: Direct, Secure Transport, desktop, workstation and server based systems.• CISSP and other Security and Information Technology Certifications strongly desired.
All employees assigned to this position will be subject to FBI fingerprint/ criminal background and Patriot Act/ Office of Foreign AssetsControl (OFAC) watch list checks at least once every five years.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work required of this position. They are not intended to bean exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities or skills associated with this position or the personnel so classified. While this job descriptionis intended to be an accurate reflection of this position, management reserves the right to revise this or any job description at its discretionat any time.','','Engineer, Senior (SVC), 2 Year Term, Benefits Eligible
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Website : https://www.kansascityfed.org/
The Federal Reserve was established by Congress and signed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1913. It was preceded by financial panics, bank failures and business bankruptcies that severely disrupted the economy. There were two prior attempts at establishing central banks.