Lab Manager / Sr. Systems Administrator

RackWare   •  

Fremont, CA

Industry: Technology


Less than 5 years

Posted 241 days ago

This job is no longer available.

Responsibilities include:

  • Design and implement Rackware’s next generation IT infrastructure.
  • Develop process improvements and other enhancements that improve operational efficiency as well as ensure data security.
  • Installation, configuration, administration of local servers, workstations, and associated peripheral equipment.
  • Integration of RackWare products into our lab environment.
  • Provide day-to-day operational support for Windows, Linux, Virtual environment.
  • Local technical point of contact for enterprise-wide IT projects.
  • Manage company VOIP phone system, Wired and wireless access systems.

Experience Required:

  • Excellent technical problem-solving skills, a solid understanding of operating systems, virtual environments, and general understanding of LAN/WANnetworking.
  • Strong familiarity with windows, Linux, virtual environments, public clouds, storage systems.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Enthusiastic, proactive, positive-minded, customer focused, and service oriented.
  • Experience in a customer-facing role such as Professional Service -a huge plus!
  • BA in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Math or related plus five years of experience in the position offered.

About us: 

  • RackWare is a venture funded company focused on delivering solutions to easily and cost-effectively enable the use of cloud for today’s enterprises. The company was founded by entrepreneurs with extensive experience delivering enterprise-class products in the server, storage, network, and virtualization markets.
  • RackWare brings intelligence and automation to the cloud, to improve availability for enterprises, provide greater flexibility for enterprise IT users, and reduce costs for enterprise IT providers.
  • The RackWare approach enables users to dynamically scale physical, virtual, and cloud resources across private and public environments as computing needs fluctuate.