Sr. Storage Solutions Engineer

CSRA   •  

Washington, DC

8 - 10 years

Posted 302 days ago

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The world of investing is fascinating yet complex. While hundreds of first -time investors are turning to the markets to help pay for their homes, send their children to college and secure their futures the mission of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is becoming all the more vital.  CSRA is excited to support the SEC in as it seeks to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets, and facilitate capital formation.

The SEC ISS program is a comprehensive IT program charged with operating, managing, and advancing the SEC's IT infrastructure. Our dynamic program team of IT leaders and large and small business partners is seeking bright, energetic and talented individuals to join us as we bring our innovative IT Service Delivery solutions to SEC. Currently, we are seeking a Sr. Storage Engineer in Washington, DC. The selected candidate must be able to obtain a Public Trust Suitability clearance, per contract requirements.Since 1934 the SEC has been restoring and ensuring investor confidence in our capital markets by providing investors and the markets with more reliable information and clear rules of honest dealing. Are you ready to do your part and support all Americans in this mission?

Tasks and responsibilities in this role include, but are not limited to the following:
- Perform day-to-day operations and management of a large (23 PB) STorage infrastructure, that includes NetApp and EMC (Isilon, VNX, Centera)
- Create scripts to automate routine administrative tasks and provide system level reports
- Leverage experience to provide input to improvements (People, Process, Tools, and Technology) in the environment, and recommend innovative and automated approaches for system administration tasks
- Resolve complex issues independently; coordinate and communicate changes and issues with the client and team members and determine root cause
- Install new storage, and configure in accordance with standards and project/operational requirements.
- Perform software and firmware installation, configuration, upgrade support and maintenance
- Support user requests for permission changes, file restores, virtual machine restores, new storage, and expansion requests
- Support Linux, Windows and Solaris storage tasks

To qualify, you must meet these basic qualifications:
- 10 years of enterprise storage management with both EMC (VNX/Centera/Isilon) and NetApp (7-Mode and Clustered Data ONTAP)
- 5 years NetApp including experience with SnapMirror
- NetApp Certified Data Administrator Certification or equivalent relevant experience
- Must have experience performing OS upgrades, disk & disk shelf firmware upgrades and other related upgrades
- Must experience configuring storage controllers following industry best practice and security baselines
- Knowledge of CIFS, NFS, and FCP design, configuration, administration and best practices
- Experience on tasks such as aggregate creation, volume and LUN provisioning, CIFS & NFS shares and replacement hard disk reassignment
- Experience supporting application storage requirements, testing and implementations

It would be great if you also had (desired not required):
- Ability to configure optimization, performance, and health monitoring
- Experience with DFM or OnCommand Insight
- Experience with one or more, SnapManager for SQL, SnapManager for Exchange, SnapDrive, Unified Manager, and SnapCenter
- Experience with OneFS and Insight
- Experience managing backup infrastructure; NetBackup version 7 or higher preferred
- Basic understanding of VMware infrastructure specifically datastore provisioning and configuration
- General understanding of networking concepts such as VLAN, trunking, LACP, IP addressing and routing
- Advanced knowledge of file services administration and permissions management and file auditing
- Advanced understanding of Microsoft Windows environment, including Active Directory, DFS Namespace, CIFS file sharing, and windows clustering