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Systems Analyst
South Central Planning | Gray, Louisiana
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Systems Analyst

SCPDC is accepting resumes to fill Systems Analyst position. The individual should possess a bachelor's degree to an accredited university with at least 2 years' experience in a related
field of work. Systems Analyst will be expected to manage user accounts in Active Directory and exchange for office personnel. Manage inventory listing and plan changes to office work stations such as replacement of old pc's including the process of quoting out and assisting with the purchase of new equipment for program activity. The applicant will be expected to assist users with setting up for presentations at meetings within and outside of the agency. As well as complete troubleshooting of user's issues on a case by
case basis using an internal ticket system.

Applicant must also be able to:

  • Modify port settings for Vlan's on a Dell layer 3 network switch. In addition to managing all firewall settings with multiple failover WAN connections and VPN connections also including scheduling down time and installing system patches to keep updated.
  • Have a working understanding of SIP connections and VoIP phone systems including managing PBX servers (creating extensions, ring groups and IVR's) as well as provisioning
    endpoints (including loading firmware and configs over TFTP)
  • Maintain internal servers including backups, updates, and configuration changes including Windows domain controllers, Exchange server2016, file servers, and CentOS PBX
    servers.
  • It is beneficial if the applicant is familiar with Storagecraft backup software and if the applicant understands the use of failover power including UPS batteries and generator
    transfer switches in a datacenter environment.
  • Familiar with Amazon Cloud servers (AWS) a plus Beginning salary will be approximately $50,000 depending on knowledge and experience.

Fringe benefits are also included, such as health/dental/vision/life insurance, MERS retirement, as well as vacation, sick and holiday pay. SCPDC is an EOE/AAE.


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About South Central Planning

The South Central Planning and Development Commission (SCPDC), a non-profit organization in Houma, has been chosen to receive the National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) 2012 Excellence in Regional Transportation Award for the South Central Safe Community Partnership's (SCSCP) highway safety efforts. SCPDC, along with other award recipients, will be recognized at the National Rural Transportation Peer Learning Conference scheduled on April 25-27, 2012 in Burlington, Vermont. The Excellence in Regional Transportation Award, a program of NADO's RPO America and the NADO Research Foundation's Center for Transportation Advancement and Regional Development, recognizes noteworthy projects and practices in rural and small metropolitan transportation planning. The SCSCP is the very first coalition to have been established in Louisiana through the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission's (LHSC) Safe Communities Grant which is administered by SCPDC. Starting with only 15 active member agencies, the SCSCP now has 35 active agency partners coming from various fields, including the private business sector. This is the 12th year of working towards fatality reduction and has by far seen a dramatic reduction of crash numbers in the past 3 years. Also, SCPDC is designated to provide staffing services for the Houma-Thibodaux Metropolitan Planning Organization (HTMPO). Just last October 2011, the SCPDC, through the efforts of SCSCP members, adopted the South Central Regional Transportation Safety Plan (SCRTSP) to implement Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development's (LADOTD) Strategic Highway Safety Plan at the local level. This is another grant that SCPDC administers and it's considered to be the very first regional version of the statewide SHSP across Louisiana with a goal of reducing fatalities by half in 2030. SCPDC's highway safety efforts cover the South Central Region of Louisiana, which comprises the Parishes of Assumption, Lafourche, St. Charles, St. James, St. John the Baptist and Terrebonne. The 4E (education, enforcement, engineering and emergency medical services) Approach is utilized in order to address safety issues on seatbelt use, impaired driving, crashes involving young drivers, and roadway infrastructure & operations. Besides LHSC and LADOTD, SCPDC's safety partners include the Houma-Thibodaux Metropolitan Planning Organization, Louisiana State Police, Federal Highway Administration, Sheriff's Offices, District Attorney's, Local Police Departments, School Board Offices, Elected Officials & Engineers Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council for South Louisiana, Motorcycle Awareness Campaign, Louisiana Passenger Safety Task Force, Operation Lifesaver Louisiana, Wal-Mart Transportation and other community-based safety groups. See a complete list of safety partners here. SCSCP is actively involved in Louisiana's Destination Zero Deaths initiative, which has seen a dramatic reduction in traffic fatalities with the unified efforts of the Federal Highway Administration, Louisiana Highway Safety Commission, Louisiana State Police, and DOTD working in cooperation with local safety stakeholders. As a result, fatalities on Louisiana's roadways have decreased from 993 in 2007 to 720 in 2010, a remarkable reduction of 30 percent. The Louisiana State Police (LSP) database shows that two of our member parishes Terrebonne and Lafourche claimed fewer lives in 2011 as compared to 2010. In Lafourche, there were 21 fatalities in 2010 and only 14 fatalities in 2011. In Terrebonne, there were 29 fatalities in 2010 and only 12 fatalities in 2011. This significant reduction mirrors the statewide decline-from 720 fatalities in 2010 to 578 fatalities in 2011. This impact is a result of increased education and enforcement efforts between our Safe Community partners and the public's increased safety awareness. Find SCSCP on Facebook and Twitter.

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