Network Administrator

Omniseq, LLC
Job Location
Buffalo, NY
Job Description

OmniSeq uses state-of-the-art technology to identify genomic clues within a cancer that inform the physician of potential tailored treatment options that may benefit their patients. Genomic information is critical to understanding the complete profile of a cancer, and OmniSeq is committed to making sure that physicians and patients have access to this vital, clinically actionable information.

The Network Administrator will oversee, maintain, modify, install and support the OmniSeq Information Technology infrastructure. In addition, they will work with the Information Technology team to gather requirements to maintain a computing environment by identifying network requirements, installing upgrades, and monitoring network performance.


  • Establish network specifications by conferring with users; analyzing workflow, access, information, and security requirements; designing router administration, including interface configuration and routing protocols.
  • Establish a network by evaluating network performance issues including availability, utilization, throughput, and latency; planning and executing the selection, installation, configuration, and testing of equipment; defining network policies and procedures; establishing connections and firewalls.
  • Maintains network performance by performing network monitoring and analysis, and performance tuning; troubleshooting network problems; escalating problems to vendor.
  • Secures network by developing network access, monitoring, control, and evaluation; maintaining documentation
  • Prepares users by designing and conducting training programs; providing references and support
  • Upgrades network by conferring with vendors; developing, testing, evaluating, and installing enhancements
  • Meets financial requirements by submitting information for budgets
  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks
  • Accomplishes organization goals by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
  • Provides “ownership” of a problem thru final resolution
  • Establish and maintain regular written and in-person communications with the organization’s executives, decision-makers, stakeholders, department heads, and end users regarding pertinent network activities.
  • B.S. in a technical field of study preferred
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in IT engineering or networking
  • Familiarity with 21 CFR part 11, CLIA, HIPAA, and related clinical regulatory requirements, preferred
  • Team oriented with excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • High degree of initiative, drive, and follow-through
  • Strong customer service orientation
  • You must be eligible to work in the US. Visa Sponsorship is not available
How to Apply

To apply, please email your resume to Colleen Scharf, VP of Operations at

About Our Organization

OmnSeq's vision is to find the right drug or the right clinical trial for every patient. founded in 2015, our mission is to deliver superior results by improving access to better cancer treatment options through comprehensive molecular profiling. OmniSeq is a subsidiary of Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) in Buffalo, New York. The company emerged from the RPCI Center of Personalized Medicine.

RPCI was the first institution to focus exclusively on cancer research and continues to be at the center of groundbreaking cancer research for more than a century. This includes initiating the first experiments in chemotherapy in 1904, becoming America’s First Comprehensive Cancer Center and providing the source — RP11 (RP stands for Roswell Park) — for much of the BAC clone library used in the Human Genome Project. The breakthrough research, scientific expertise, and commitment to improving patient care is the foundation of OmniSeq today.

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