U.S. Bank Mainframe Operations Analyst 2 (MVS, TSO & CA7) in Saint Paul, Minnesota
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U.S. Bank is seeking an effective Network Operations Center Analyst with event management, operations center, systems monitoring and/or problem resolution experience to contribute toward the success of our technology initiatives. Analyzes, diagnoses, and resolves IT incidents. Manages production systems to ensure efficient and effective processing. Works with technical support groups to implement new hardware, software, and application technologies. Demonstrates the sense of urgency and commitment required for the success of a 24/7 operation. Serves as a technical resource for less experienced team members. Collaborates with other IT staff in developing solutions to known problems to ensure the availability of production and on-line systems. Analyzes Network Operations Center application and system events using appropriate test structures and related diagnostics. Analyzes system errors and takes corrective action. Analyzes and manipulates processing schedules in accordance to established procedures and service level expectations.
This is a night shift position (Wednesday - Friday, 7:00PM - 7:30AM (CST) and work every other Saturday).
Network Ops Administrator with operations support and relationship management experience to contribute toward the success of our technology initiatives. Essential functions include:
Constantly monitor Mainframe MVS operation system LPARs activity via console messages, logs and network management system and report system abnormalities and issues are resolved or escalated properly and/or out of balances to management immediately
Develops and reviews Knowledge Management documentation for accuracy, may participate in training peers on all operational functions with the direction of supervision.
Create, update, resolve all incidents via the corporate Service Now Tool and take the corrective action as defined in operating procedures.
Assists with implementing monthly/quarterly application releases as well as mainframe hardware upgrades and maintenance
Monitor high priority incidents, alerts, significant changes and escalate for awareness
Provides support for enterprise-wide production and test environments
Support application developers through development (DEV) integration (IT) and user acceptance testing (UAT) and Bank Acquisition’s provide support during testing and timeline activities
Monitor over 100 mainframe and distributed applications in the test environment
Excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to follow detailed written and oral instructions.
Knowledge of software desktop applications such as Outlook, Explorer, Excel, Word, Access and PowerPoint.
Ability to communicate problems in a clear, concise, and technical manner, to follow through on detail, analyze and solve operating problems and be sufficiently flexible and resourceful to perform in sometimes stressful situations.
Willingness to learn, share knowledge, and ability to train others.
Excellent attendance, punctuality, reliability, and dependability
Associate Degree or equivalent work experience
At least 2 years of experience with a data center operating environment, day-to-day operational requirements, and the operation of production systems and equipment.
Basic understanding in:
IT systems management
Minimum of 5 years mainframe experience
Be able to read and interpret JCL
Be comfortable working with multiple LPAR’s and be able to perform system IPL’s
Working knowledge of CA7 or similar scheduling tools
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U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.