|Date Posted:||Monday, August 5th, 2019|
|Job Location:||Loveland, CO|
|Pay Rate:||$60k/yr to $70k/yr + full benefits|
|Required Skills:||APPLICATION SUPPORT, PI SERVER 2012, OSISOFT, WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS|
Position: Applications Support Analyst
Location: Loveland, CO
Job Type: Full time
Salary range: $60k/yr to $70k/yr + full benefits
Under the general direction of the Manager of Applications, the Applications Support Analyst maintains and evangelizes the OSIsoft PI system platform in support of the Reliability Coordinators' real-time reliability function. Application Support Analyst requires excellent analytical skills, good communication skills, and teamwork skills to work within the RC function and as a resource for many different operational and engineering entities within the RC. Application Support Analyst requires participation in an on-call rotation for emergencies and support.
Support the OSIsoft PI infrastructure thru routine maintenance of archives, system performance, and deployment of software.
Maintains the PI AF structure ensuring all data is categorized and displayed in a consistent manner.
Builds ProcessBook displays in support of control room operations as needed.
Works closely with the Energy Management System team to add points on all new model builds, and retire those going out of operation.
Supports the RC Website thru PI Web Parts deployment and configuration.
Works closely with the Software Development team to provide access and expertise around retrieving data from the PI system.
Creates support Dashboards of RC infrastructure to foster effective monitoring of all systems.
Handles disaster recovery planning and support for all PI infrastructures in a geographically dispersed environment.
Represent Peak RC interests in applicable work groups and other industry-related forums, as assigned.
Education: Bachelor's degree (BS) in computer science or related field, or equivalent combination of education and work experience resulting in demonstrated ability to perform major duties.
Minimum 3 years direct work experience with the OSIsoft PI Platform.
Experience with interfacing external devices to the PI Platform.
Relevant PI Server 2012 experience in a multi-site collective.
Proficiency in standard office software applications including MS Word, Excel (PI DataLink), Access, and Outlook
Base proficiency in Microsoft Visual Studio C#, and the PI development tools.
Good organization and communication skills, both oral and written, are essential to success in this position
Excellent business writing and communication skills, including the ability to develop and deliver clear, concise presentations.
Ability to set and meet self-imposed deadlines and conclude assignments with minimal external prompting.
Must be able to work effectively in a highly dynamic team environment and assist all groups as needed.
Above minimum qualifications any or all of the following:
PI Server 2012 collective experience.
Visual Studio C# development experience utilizing PI OLEDB.
Alstom Energy Management System understanding of Habitat Databases and Sampler.
Experience working with building PI tools in a Dispatcher Training Simulator environment.
Expert knowledge of PI DataLink in Excel to produce PI dashboards on the fly on business owner request.
Strong Windows Administration skills for troubleshooting and optimizing PI performance.
Expert level knowledge of PI ProcessBook display building.
Browse IT Jobs by location:
To search for remote jobs, enter optional keywords followed by Remote.
To search for remote jobs in a specific country, add that country. For example, Remote UK.
Enter Silicon Valley or
Alberta – 11 jobs
British Columbia – 10 jobs
Manitoba – 0 jobs
New Brunswick – 0 jobs
Newfoundland and Labrador – 0 jobs
Northwest Territories – 0 jobs
Nova Scotia – 0 jobs
Nunavut – 0 jobs
Ontario – 13 jobs
Prince Edward Island – 0 jobs
Quebec – 0 jobs
Saskatchewan – 0 jobs
Yukon – 0 jobs
England – 59 jobs
Northern Ireland – 0 jobs
Scotland – 0 jobs
Wales – 0 jobs
Alabama – 2 jobs
Alaska – 1 job
Arizona – 4 jobs
Arkansas – 14 jobs
California – 100 jobs
Colorado – 16 jobs
Connecticut – 8 jobs
Delaware – 2 jobs
District of Columbia – 15 jobs
Florida – 31 jobs
Georgia – 13 jobs
Hawaii – 2 jobs
Idaho – 2 jobs
Illinois – 14 jobs
Indiana – 9 jobs
Iowa – 8 jobs
Kansas – 1 job
Kentucky – 4 jobs
Louisiana – 4 jobs
Maine – 0 jobs
Maryland – 11 jobs
Massachusetts – 43 jobs
Michigan – 6 jobs
Minnesota – 11 jobs
Mississippi – 0 jobs
Missouri – 5 jobs
Montana – 0 jobs
Nebraska – 1 job
Nevada – 1 job
New Hampshire – 1 job
New Jersey – 48 jobs
New Mexico – 2 jobs
New York – 152 jobs
North Carolina – 17 jobs
North Dakota – 0 jobs
Ohio – 18 jobs
Oklahoma – 2 jobs
Oregon – 26 jobs
Pennsylvania – 22 jobs
Rhode Island – 3 jobs
South Carolina – 4 jobs
South Dakota – 0 jobs
Tennessee – 3 jobs
Texas – 48 jobs
Utah – 8 jobs
Vermont – 0 jobs
Virginia – 19 jobs
Washington – 31 jobs
West Virginia – 0 jobs
Wisconsin – 5 jobs
Wyoming – 0 jobs
Our commitment to job seekers
Job seekers, we're committed to making your job search experience a breeze. Please, note the following four things:
- We never ask you to register or fill out an application form with a million questions. Everything is in your resume!
- We never direct you to various third-party websites or Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) where you have to register or fill out the same huge application forms again and again and again
- We use Ajax to submit your resume, and here's the zest of our website
- By default, we save your application information in local storage. If your cover letter is generic enough, you'll save a few keystrokes when you apply for another job!
It's extremely easy to submit your resume to multiple jobs on our website! Please, check us out and help spread the word about us!
Our domain name is easy to remember. Those who know C++, C# or Java will easily recognize the static keyword in our company name.
Now, if you're really brave, we encourage you to read about the serious problems this website addresses. These problems plague all niche job boards out there as well as the big guns in the recruitment industry. This is the most important part! Please, read it!