Server & client administration (planning, architecting, implementing, optimizing, tuning, patching, troubleshooting, etc.) of Windows-based systems; administer and maintain AD, GPO, MS Exchange, DNS, DHCP and related services in O365 environment.
The Network Administrator is responsible for delivering strategic guidance for I current and future systems, and network needs while developing, implementing and performing routine maintenance activities.
In this role, the selected candidate will manage and maintain storage infrastructure and allocating disk groups appropriately, running reports on the state of storage and planning upgrades and purchases accordingly.
Perform Network/Server utilization/Assessments/Monitoring. Provide monthly utilization and up time reports for all company locations; evaluate and implement opportunities for automation, tools & exception based alerts for the services listed above.
Perform the configuration, installation, implementation, optimization and maintenance of facility IT servers, computers and devices in a Microsoft Windows/Active Directory environment. Perform Network Assessments.
Assist in the management of and administration for our multi-site network infrastructure; primary responsibilities will consist of configuring implementing and maintaining network devices, performing monitoring and troubleshooting functions.
Maintain, detect and protect IT security Posture from vulnerabilities and threats; identify, report, and resolve security violations; ensure network security access and protect against unauthorized access, modification or destruction.
The ideal candidate will have experience with NetApp cDOT, 7 Mode, and 7MTT as well as experience with CIFS and NTFS permissions. Primary Competency: cDOT Secondary Competency: Migration with 7MTT Unique Skill: CIFS, NTFS, DFS.
Establishes network specifications by conferring with users; analyzing workflow, access, information, and security requirements; designing router administration, including interface configuration and routing protocols.