Urgent Requirement System Administration. Tallahassee, FL. 1 year

ROLE: SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR

Location: Tallahassee FL

Duration: 1 YEAR

REQUIRED SKILLS:

Microsoft Windows Server 2008

Using Hyper-V for server virtualization

Managing Active Directory Users and Computers and Group Policies

Managing LDAP which is integrated with Active Directory

Managing IIS across multiple environments and websites

Resolving Windows server issues in a timely fashion

Ability to multitask, clearly communicate and work in a fast paced environment

PREFERRED SKILLS: Red Hat Enterprise

F5 Network’s BIG-IP

EMC Storage (preferably VNX or Celera) or at least comparable SAN/NAS experience

EMC Networker

Business Objects Enterprise

Windows scripting

Batch scheduling

Secure FTP experience

RESPONSIBILITIES: his position is for a Windows Systems Administrator of a growing environment of Windows Server 2008 and a few Red Hat Linux servers. This position will work with the existing Windows team to manage, maintain, deploy, troubleshoot and support approximately 150 servers. This position will assist with implementing new system hardware and software, and provide input for developing local operating procedures and policies as needed or requested. This position will need to be adept at monitoring the ongoing operation of the servers and providing utilization reports to identify problems and corrective actions as needed.

EXPECTED DELIVERABLES: nerate high quality artifacts: Operations manual and support documentation.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION addition–These requirements are flow downs from the end client

-Contractor MUST give two weeks notice if resigning from project

-Contractor MUST go through e-verify verification.

Suryansh Rajput

Sr. Recruiter – IT Recruiting

Mastech, Inc., 1000 Commerce Drive, Pittsburgh PA 15275

877.884.8834 ext. 2061
e-Mail: suryansh.rajput@mastech.com


Created on January 4, 2013 by Rick Scherer

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