Job Title: System Administrator
Location: Columbus, OH
Duration: 1 year+
Position Type: contract
Interview Type: in-person after Telephonic
- SECRET security clearance Required
- Security+ certification Required
- Windows 2008R2 training Required 5 Years
- Distributed File System (DFS) Required 5 Years
- Large scale Windows 7 deployments / tools / technologies Required 5 Years
- System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) Highly desired 5 Years
- Familiarity with Group Policy Objects and Active Directory Required 5 Years
The System Administrator is responsible for server back up and security, along with performance tuning and capacity planning. System Administrators should possess an understanding of network and distributed computing concepts. This is accomplished by working with the Systems Management Team Lead to understand the scope of services to be provided and assessing the impact they will have on the technical infrastructure.
All roles specified in SA2 plus the following:
- Solid understanding of networking/distributed computing environment concepts.
- Understands principles of routing client/server programming.
- Manage expectations at all levels: customers/end users, executive sponsors.
- Ensure quality standards are followed.
- Understand the business application of technical support and design in an application development environment.
- Work with the various Infrastructure teams and operations provider to identify the strategic direction of systems management activities.
- Understands the design of consistent network-wide file system layouts
- Maintain strong relationships with employees and various tier two and three support groups.
- Develop plans for disaster recovery/ back up and archiving.
- Manage the daily operations of the systems management team to ensure service levels are being met.
- Manage the systems management team’s support issue and backlog.
- Monitor the team’s open backlog of support issues and re-assign issues as necessary to ensure they are closed per agreed upon service levels.
- Act as the first level of escalation for high priority support issues.