The DevOps and System Administrator is a core technical position within the Digital Lab at BC Children's Hospital (BCCH), an integrated unit of BCCH and the UBC Department of Pediatrics.
The aim of the Digital Lab is to improve child health and the delivery of health services through digital innovation and technology.
A successful candidate will be passionate about working within a high-performing technical team and will have a track record of completing deliverables consistently in a dynamic environment where priorities can shift quickly.
We operate within a diverse and complex portfolio that demands high attention to detail, continuous learning, and intrinsic motivation to contribute to the improvement of children's health in BC.
This role will help influence the portfolio's technical strategy by setting the standard for engineering and architecture with a continuous focus on improvement by identifying bottlenecks that stifle innovation and productivity.
this includes but is not limited to improvement and maintenance of Development Operations (DevOps) and Systems Administration (SysAdmin) infrastructure, implementation, quality assurance, and development of digital products in conjunction with the broader development team.
Organizational Status Structurally the role serves as DevOps and System Administrator for the Digital Lab, an integrated unit of UBC Department of Pediatrics and BC Children's Hospital (BCCH).
The incumbent will work closely with the Manager of Digital Products as well as Development Lead within the portfolio. The incumbent will contribute to cross-functional projects and collaborate with other functional leads (i.
e. product management and design, research and evaluation, biomedical engineering, project management, etc). Work Performed DevOps and System Administration
Frontend and Backend Development
the Manager of Digital Products will set the individual's overall priorities and workload while Development Lead will provide supervision and instructions with regards to the technical projects.
Supervision Given This role will have no supervising responsibilities. Consequence of Error / Judgement Information systems and technologies developed and maintained by the Department impact hundreds of users across various organizations.
In addition to operational dependencies, some of these systems are essential to the maintenance of accountability and compliance requirements mandated by the Government of British Columbia.
The reliability and validity of such systems is essential, requiring a confident developer that exhibits sound judgment and the ability to work independently in non-routine situations, where established procedures do not always apply.
Problem solving may be highly complex, requiring technical expertise in computer science or digital technologies, and strategic-level decisions within a complicated and multi-dimensional environment.
Consequences of error may be significantly damaging, with the potential to make decisions that negatively impact the Department's financial position, core service operations, or the success of major initiatives.
Qualifications Undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline. Education equivalent to BA / BS in computer science, or related experience.
Minimum of three years experience or the equivalent combination of education and experience. *
A pre-employment CRC is required as part of the recruitment process and any offer of employment is contingent pending positive results of the CRC. .
Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged.
We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and / or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.