You will also be responsible for maintaining these systems, configuring both operating systems and software products, as well as installing required software patches and security updates for the systems.
The Systems Administrator will need to manage and maintain the networks and systems along with being familiar with e-mail systems in a client server environment. The Systems Administrator must have experience with SQL databases and have a minimum of 5 years of systems administration experience.
Responsible for installing and maintaining systems, comprised of Linux, UNIX, and Windows operating systems, in accordance with established policies, procedures and service level agreements in support of DISA STIG baseline requirements.
Install, configure, manage, monitor, secure, and sustain Windows and Unix servers. Install and troubleshoot applications running in these environments. Troubleshoot software, network and hardware issues related to build and operations.
The Systems Administrator supports a wide variety of customers including MDA/BCX, MDNT, BNOSC, JFCC IMD and GMD. This support provides IT break/fix for users in response to Remedy Incidents, preventative maintenance activities as scheduled and activities needed to satisfy Requests for Service (RFS).
Work independently and within teams where appropriate. Develop schedule management and analysis skills. Learn through on-the-job training from peers and senior team members. Contribute skill and knowledge base to others.
The successful candidate include the ability to quickly adapt to new situations and short deadlines, a strong commitment to a team environment, the capacity to work unsupervised and a willingness to learn new technologies.