Xerox Service Delivery Manager, Infrastructure Naming Services in Rochester, New York
Service Manager Network Naming Services
Job Summary: Reports To: Authentication and identity Services Tower Lead Global Job Role Title: Sr. Analyst, IM Service Delivery Global Job Code: IM07D04200 Global Job Level: D04 Job Family: Information Management – IM Sub-Family: IM07 - IM Service Delivery
Job Role Summary • Responsible for strategy development, implementation of service enhancements and ongoing operational oversight for the Network naming services, and delivering internal IT infrastructure services to business partners. These Services utilize Infoblox for DNS and DHCP. Responsible for IT service delivery governance, working with key suppliers to ensure that services are delivered according to standards. This includes the operational, financial, and security/compliance performance of the services areas. Involved in the negotiation of major contracts. Sources and manages external partners, engaging with professionals in other related disciplines (e.g. procurement specialists, lawyers) as appropriate. • Involved in the negotiation of major contracts. Sources and manages external partners, engaging with professionals in other related disciplines (e.g. procurement specialists, lawyers) as appropriate.
Purpose: • Ensures that a catalog of network Naming services is created in partnership with the platform architecture team. Ensure that the service catalog and maintained and that service level agreements are complete and cost effective. Ensures that service delivery is monitored effectively and that identified actions to maintain or improve levels of service are implemented. Ensures that operational methods, procedures, facilities and tools are established, reviewed and maintained. Negotiates with relevant parties in respect of disruptions and major amendments to the provision of services. Reviews service delivery to ensure that targets are met and prepares proposals to meet forecast changes in the level or type of service. • Identifies and manages resources needed for the planning, development and delivery of network Naming services and products. Influences senior-level customers and project teams through change management initiatives, ensuring that professional standards are maintained. Takes full responsibility for budgeting, estimating, planning and objective setting. Plans and manages implementation of processes and procedures, tools and techniques for monitoring and managing the performance of automated systems and services, in respect of their contribution to business performance and benefits to the business, where the measure of success depends on achieving clearly stated business/financial goals and performance targets. Monitors performance and takes corrective action where necessary. • Maintains a broad understanding of the commercial IT environment, how the organization sources, deploys and manages external partners and when it is appropriate to use in-house resources. Contributes to the development and management of agreements with suppliers to meet key performance indicators and agreed targets. Is responsible for the liaison between the user organization and designated suppliers. Ensures that supplier performance is properly monitored and regularly reviewed. Advises on policy and procedures covering the selection of suppliers, tendering and procurement.
Responsible for analyzing and incorporating where appropriate industry trends, and being familiar with enterprise standards, methodology and in the platform(s) being utilized. The role will also have familiarity with the enterprise infrastructure and applications, and will specialize in a particular domain.
Scope - Job Specific • Autonomy: • Has defined authority and responsibility for Naming services , including technical, financial and quality aspects. • Establishes organizational objectives and delegates assignments. • Accountable for actions take and decisions made by self and subordinates . • Influence:
Influences policy formation on contribution of specialization to business objectives • Influences at level of division internally and influences customer/suppliers and industry at senior management level. • Decisions impact work of employing organizations, achievement of organizational objectives and financial performance. • Develops relationships with customers, suppliers and industry leaders. • Complexity: • Highly complex work activities covering technical, financial and quality aspects and contributing to formulation of service strategy. • Has deep understanding of information systems industry and emerging technologies and implications for the wider business environment.
Main Responsibilities: • Business Value / Context • Coordinates and supports strategies for service delivery that support the strategic needs of the client organization, authorizes allocation of resources for service delivery arrangements. • Maintains a broad understanding of the commercial IT environment, how Xerox and XIM sources, deploys and manages external partners and when it is appropriate to use in-house resource. Advises on the selection of suppliers, tendering and procurement. Participates in any RFP-RFQ processes. • Ensures that a Service Catalog of all available services is created and maintained and that the structure of service level agreements is fully defined by the mapping of services to users and business processes. Takes responsibility for command structure and escalation procedures, and ensures that the requisite operational methods, procedures, facilities and tools are established, reviewed and maintained. • Ensures that the service level requirements of each client/user area are determined, and that service level agreements, agreements and negotiations with both internal and external suppliers are aimed at meeting the business needs of Xerox and XIM, by providing a value for money service, in terms of standards, quality of service, efficiency, safety, availability, performance and cost effectiveness. • Assures that the service complies with the relevant governmental, legal, and Xerox policies. • Operational Oversight • Ensures that the necessary arrangements are in place to meet appropriate RISK requirements (Safe Harbor/Privacy, SOX, etc…). On the basis of both experience and foresight, sets up and maintains a risk management program. • Works with clients or users to establish qualitative assessment of the service provision, from the client/user perspective, and initiates actions for improvement, where appropriate. Reviews service level agreements, investigates all appropriate means to improve service levels, and recommends new or revised policies or procedures. Implements specific proposals, balancing overall usage requirements with current and planned services, and prepares investment proposals to meet changes in demand. • In liaison with disaster recovery/business resumption, ensures that the necessary processes and procedures are in place to maintain or recover the delivery of services in the event of any physical, technical or environmental disaster or major outage, providing continuity of service to Xerox. • Ensures that quantitative and qualitative data is collected and analyzed to monitor the suppliers’ performance against agreed service levels, publishes the results, and initiates actions based on results. In liaison with Sourcing Relationship Managers, ensures proper monitoring of the agreements and recommends actions, including the enforcement of any penalty clauses, to bring agreements back into line or to terminate them. Ensures service levels are meeting stakeholder requirements. • R esponsib le for budgeting, estimating, planning and objective setting for the work of the function, within agreed policies and governance structures. Establishes and operates systems to monitor progress, take corrective action and produce reports as required by senior management. • Relationships • Advises and influences business clients, at management level, regarding the delivery, costs, availability and functionality of services and systems. Develops an effective partnership with suppliers and business clients, establishing confidence and respect. Represents XIM at a high level, both externally and internally, formally and informally, both for the functions represented and as an individual. • Initiates and implements procedures for resolution of conflict or contention for service, setting clear priorities such that both foreseeable incidents and unforeseen conflicts are resolved in a professional and responsible manner. • Obtains and manages budgets for the execution of third party agreements, taking responsibility for promoting and deploying the products and/or services within Xerox. Ensures invoices from suppliers are checked to establish whether they are valid, and authorizes payment. • Responsible for the liaison between the customer and the supplier organizations, owning the service delivery relationship on behalf of XIM, and enabling all communications to take place effectively and efficiently. Defines the escalation process/procedure for any issues or problems raised by the suppliers, or users, and is responsible for arbitration in situations of conflict. • Ensures that stakeholders are aware of the terms and conditions of agreements, and deal appropriately with suppliers. Facilitates good communications between suppliers and stakeholders. • Builds and maintain relationship (governance meetings, consultancy) and is the XIM representative in Business Senior Mgmt meetings with VCPs.
Evaluates and undertakes impact analysis on major design options. Ensures that the system architecture balances functional, service quality and systems management requirements.
Within a business change program, assists in the preparation of technical plans and cooperates with business assurance and project staff to ensure that appropriate technical resources are made available. Provides advice on technical aspects of system development and integration (including requests for changes, deviations from specifications, etc.) and ensures that relevant technical strategies, policies, standards and practices are applied correctly.
In own areas of expertise provide advice and guidance influencing the effectiveness of the organization business processes.
Maintains an in-depth knowledge of specific technical functionality and interfaces and provides expert advice regarding their application.
Education Requirements: Min/Preferred Education Level Additional Details Minimum Bachelor's Degree Bachelor’s Degree or Masters Degree (preferred) Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business Administration, Contract Administration, Finance, or other related field. Or equivalent work experience. Preferred Master's Degree Bachelor’s Degree or Masters Degree (preferred) Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business Administration, Contract Administration, Finance, or other related field. Or equivalent work experience.
Professional Certifications: Min/Preferred Certification Details Preferred LSS Green Belt online training required.
Candidate Background: Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Min/Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities Minimum Typically has a strong relevant technical or business work experience, including previous supervisory experience. Minimum Developed range of strategic management and leadership skills. Minimum Has demonstrated extensive relevant technical or business work experience. Minimum Has broad commercial and technical expertise, often in a variety of environments. Minimum Demonstrates the leadership skills needed to handle innovation and change resulting from the implementation of new information and communications technology solutions. Minimum Possesses a high level of management skills, with particular emphasis on interpersonal and negotiating skills and the ability to motivate staff. Minimum Is familiar with the requirements of the organization for products and services and with the use of the products and services which are the subjects of the agreements. Minimum Is familiar with the principles and practices involved in development and maintenance of software solutions and architectures and in service delivery and is able to gain thorough knowledge of the system components and interfaces being designed or integrated, testing procedures, configuration issues and challenges Minimum Understands standard contracting procedures within own organization. Minimum Have sound commercial, organizational, time management, negotiation and resource management skills. Minimum Ability to prioritize work activities. Minimum Is skilled in conducting meetings and team management. Minimum Has a broad knowledge and understanding of IT concepts, current and emerging RISK/XIM Coherences, and architectures, coupled with practical knowledge of problem management and the principles and processes of implementing and delivering IT services. Minimum Demonstrated ability for systematically analyzing and managing problems arising from incidents in the operation of information systems. Has general awareness of the nature of business critical incidents, and of their implications for the business. Minimum Demonstrated ability to become thoroughly familiar with the services and products delivered and the tools, methods, procedures, equipment and software used in the operation and management of the service. Minimum Has the ability to lead teams successfully, when handling complex or high impact problems. Minimum Excellent demonstrated verbal, written and presentation skills. Minimum Demonstrates high standards of professional behavior in dealings with clients, colleagues and staff. Minimum Above average proficiency using office productivity applications and comprehensive understanding of project and program management techniques.
Additional Role Requirements: • ITIL V3 - Completion of prescribed foundation eLearning courses is required for all positions. • Risk: Broad and thorough understanding of Risk-Coherences (Safe Harbor, Privacy, PCI, ISRA, SOX, SOD, DR, BCAP, etc…)
This job description is meant as a guideline for applicants, and employees of Xerox. It is not a definitive or exhaustive description and consequently may not include all tasks or functions related to the position. This document does not create, and is not part of, an employment contract. Please note the position may change to meet the changing requirements of Xerox’s business. Employees may be assigned duties either, in addition to or instead of, those set out in this document and the position is subject to further changes at Xerox's discretion.
Job: IM Service Delivery
Organization: Xerox (XT)
Title: Service Delivery Manager, Infrastructure Naming Services
Location: New York-Rochester
Requisition ID: 16024489
Virtual/work from home? Yes