2nd-Shift Windows System Engineer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Functions of the Engineer: Provide Windows and Web Server support to include Active Directory, IIS, ISA, Application Center, and SharePoint Systems Define Windows and Web Server configuration specifications for new systems given application, business, and technical requirements Work independently or as part of a team on large and small scale projects with varying degrees of risk and complexity Perform application review and compatibility testing for promoting applications to production systems Create standards and procedures for supported systems Measure systems performance and take action to correct bottlenecks Troubleshoot, coordinate, assist, and advise in recovery from system failures with a 24 x 7, 'on-call' rotation Utilize problem management techniques to perform root cause analysis of system failures and implement corrective actions Develop and manage projects related to implementing supported products to include defining business and technical requirements, scope, deliverables, timelines, and resource allocations The successful Windows System Engineer applicant will possess the following requirements (items are required unless noted otherwise): Current MCSE or higher Microsoft Certification Three years of Information Systems experience Two years of Windows Server and Web infrastructure support Proficient at developing system administrative scripts Strong understanding of networking concepts, tools, and techniques related to Windows Servers, Web Services, clustering, and load balancing Experience analyzing TCP/IP communications and performing trace analysis using network monitoring tools Experience creating system support procedures and technical documentation Experience designing, configuring, and supporting Windows Servers in a storage area network environment Experience supporting Windows Systems in a virtualized environment Hours are 3:00pm-12:00pm
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