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Lab Technician - 5298282

Company: Accenture
Location: Broomfield
Posted on: May 12, 2024

Job Description:

Accenture Flex offers you the flexibility of local fixed-duration project-based work powered by Accenture, a leading global professional services company. Accenture is consistently recognized on FORTUNE's 100 Best Companies to Work For and Diversity Inc's Top 50 Companies For Diversity lists.

As an Accenture Flex employee, you will apply your skills and experience to help drive business transformation for leading organizations and communities. In addition to delivering innovative solutions for Accenture's clients, you will work with a highly skilled, diverse network of people across Accenture businesses who are using the latest emerging technologies to address today's biggest business challenges.

You will receive competitive rewards and access to benefits programs and world-class learning resources. Accenture Flex employees work in their local metro area onsite at the project, significantly reducing and/or eliminating the demands to travel.

Key Responsibilities:

Logistics and Inventory

Equipment Receiving

- Coordinate with facilities to receive equipment deliveries.

- Inspect the equipment upon arrival for any damage or missing parts.

- Ensure the equipment received matches the specifications outlined in the purchase order and packing list.

- Report any missing equipment or material through the appropriate bug in Buganizer.

Equipment Inventory

- Ensure the received shipment is aligned with the bill of material specified for the node.

- Arrange the shipment that was received to be set up and prepared for the installation of the equipment.

- Ensure adequate stock of laboratory supplies by managing the inventory of consumables.

- Control spare stock inventory.

Additional Considerations

- Develop a process for tracking equipment repairs and maintenance.

- Consider using an asset management system to track equipment inventory and maintenance.

- Ensure that all equipment is properly labeled and stored in a secure location.

- Train build team members on proper equipment handling and maintenance procedures.

Engineer / Install

Create the Design Engineering package (DEP) that is required for client builds.

- The Design Engineering package (DEP) is a critical document that provides the necessary instructions and specifications for client builds. The DEP includes the following:

- A list of the equipment that is required for the build.

- A CRL (Cable Run List) that is required for the build.

- A list of the materials that are required for the build.

- A set of quality control procedures to ensure that the build meets the required standards.

Rack the equipment according to the FEV.

- The FEV (Front Equipment View) is a document that provides a detailed diagram of the equipment layout for the client build. The FEV includes the following:

- A list of the equipment that is to be installed in the rack.

- The location of each piece of equipment in the rack.

Label the equipment.

- All of the equipment that is installed in the client build must be labeled. The labels must include the following information:

- The name of the equipment.

Install, label, and test network uplinks to include all interbay and intra bay cabling per the cabling run list.

- The network uplinks must be installed, labeled, and tested in accordance with the cabling run list. The cabling run list provides the following information:

- The location of each network uplink.

- The type of cable that is to be used for each network uplink.

- The length of each network uplink.

Install, label, and test serial console cabling.

- The serial console cabling must be installed, labeled, and tested. The serial console cabling provides a way to access the equipment for configuration and troubleshooting purposes.

Perform quality control audits for client builds.

- Quality control audits must be performed to ensure that the client build meets the required standards. The quality control audits include the following:

- A review of the DEP to ensure that it is complete and accurate.

- A visual inspection of the equipment to ensure that it is properly installed and labeled.

- A functional test of the equipment to ensure that it is working properly.

Interrupts

In the lab, perform interrupt work for nodes as requested through Buganizer. This includes:

- Investigating and correcting interrupt issues:

- Work with engineers to identify and correct interrupt issues reported through Buganizer.

- Testing fixes:

- Work with engineers to test fixes for interrupt issues.

- Coordinate with engineers to validate the fixes on lab devices.

- Documenting interrupt fixes:

- Document the interrupt fixes in detail, including the root cause of the issues, the implemented fixes, and the testing performed to validate the fixes.

- Communicating with engineers:

- Provide updates on the status of investigations, fixes, and testing.

- Address any questions or concerns raised by engineers.

- Coordinating with other teams:

- Collaborate with other teams, such as the Infra team and the Cluster team, as needed to resolve interrupt issues.

- Share information and coordinate efforts to ensure that interrupt fixes are implemented in a timely and effective manner.

Workflows

- Initiate the Shax Turn_up Workflow:

- Access the Shax platform and navigate to workflows.

- Select the "Turn_up" workflow template and click on "Start New Workflow."

- Specify the deployment type (Lab or Customer) and provide relevant details such as the number of nodes, desired configurations, and any additional requirements.

- Review the workflow parameters and confirm the initiation of the Turn_up workflow.

- Monitor In-Progress Workflows:

- Regularly check in progress workflows.

- Keep track of the various stages, including node provisioning, software installation, and configuration tasks.

- Stay alert for any errors or issues that may arise during the Turn_up process.

- Promptly report any identified issues to the appropriate team responsible for resolving them.

- Execute Riker Installs:

- Once the Shax Turn_up workflow is complete, proceed with the installation of Riker on the machines within the newly commissioned GDCE nodes.

- Follow the established Riker installation procedures, ensuring that the software is correctly configured and ready for use.

- Monitor the Riker installation process closely to identify any potential problems or delays.

- Stay in communication with the requesting team to provide updates on the installation status.

- Complete Hand-off to Requesting Team:

- Upon successful completion of the Riker installations, verify that the nodes are fully functional and meet the required specifications.

- Perform necessary testing and quality assurance checks to ensure the nodes are ready for production use.

- Coordinate with the requesting team to schedule a hand-off of the commissioned nodes.

- Provide documentation, training materials, and any other relevant information to facilitate a smooth transition and knowledge transfer

Basic Qualifications:

  • Minimum 5 years of Networking: Install, label, and thoroughly test all network uplinks based on the cabling run list. Serial Consoles: Install, label, and test serial console cabling for configuration and troubleshooting.

  • Bachelor's Degree



    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Network Testing

    • Quality Engineering Strategy Implementation

    • Test Execution and Management



      Compensation at Accenture varies depending on a wide array of factors, which may include but are not limited to the specific office location, role, skill set, and level of experience. As required by local law, Accenture provides a reasonable range of compensation for roles that may be hired in California, Colorado, New York, or Washington as set forth below. We accept applications on an on-going basis and there is no fixed deadline to apply. Information on benefits is here.

      Role Location

      California - $48.07 to $58.07 /hourly

      Colorado - $48.07 to $58.07 /hourly

      New York - $48.07 to $58.07 /hourly

      Washington - $48.07 to $58.07 /hourly

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