System Administrator

Company Name:
Bridge Consulting Group
The Systems Administrator is responsible to clients for adjusting, monitoring, troubleshooting and overall efficient operation of the system. Primarily work will be focused support managed
services
environments, and there will also be a portion of time spent on user desk-side PC support and related projects.

TYPICAL DUTIES
Troubleshooting Exchange issues
Resolving licensing issues
Server side changes (adjusting memory allocation for VM servers, etc.)
Monthly backups
Disabling/enabling policies in various areas (SCCM, GPO, etc.)
Implementing new solutions.
Examples:
Create and configure two new servers for new imaging system, integrating SCUP with SCCM to allow pushing out non-Microsoft updates, and creating Virtual Machines with VMware for various needs.

RESPONSIBILITIES: % OF TIME System Administration:
75% Desk-side PC Support/Projects: 25%

REQUIREMENTS:
5 to 10 years of systems administration experience preferred;
a minimum of 3 years of systems administration experience required.
Bachelor's degree preferred; a high school diploma required

KNOWLEDGE
High and low level
computer
languages
Excellent verbal and written communication
Telecommunications systems
Microsoft Office Products Abilities
Promoting Process Improvement,
Dynamic
Problem Solving
Positive
Presenting Technical Information
Flexible individual
Database Management
Multi-tasking
Data Maintenance
Customer Service
Various Operating Systems Skills
Organization
Negotiation skills
Detail Oriented


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