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Systems Administrator

Job description


With strong server admin skills in virtualization, VMWare, and Virtual Data Centres you could be the right contractor to work with our client as a System Administrator in a six (6) month contract opportunity.

Key System Administrator Skills
  • Ten plus (10+ years Systems Admin experience
  • Experience in virtualization VMware
  • ITIL Certification
Other Technologies Knowledge (Important):
  • IIS Webserver, Database Servers, Application Servers
  • Intune Deployment
  • Server Cloud - Azure, AWS
  • Cisco Meraki Network
  • Dell Storage
  • Hyper-V (asset but not required)
As a Systems Administrator, you will be responsible for:
  • Manage all infrastructure and monitoring tools to enable ideal performance and ensure that components of the disaster recovery infrastructure and technical plans are maintained;
  • Provide expert knowledge and direction in IT infrastructure operations and controls, ensuring reliability of the servers and data storage;
  • Perform system administration for on-prem and cloud infrastructure resources – AD, Databases, IIS servers, Azure, Hyper-V and VMware;
  • Ensuring the security of servers and data, maintaining software licenses, and server inventory and that security patches/patch levels are implemented in a timely manner;
  • Monitoring systems and responding to operational incidents;
  • Formulating, documenting, and updating standard procedures for system administration;
  • Perform site configuration, monitoring, and deployment of network systems – Meraki;
  • Build, provision, and configure physical and virtual server systems and hosts;
  • Maintain integrity of server systems with version upgrades and patch maintenance;
  • Monitor network and server systems for error, capacity, or performance characteristics;
  • Perform troubleshooting and investigate server and network infrastructure performance issues;
  • Ensure backup processes are in place, monitor logs and perform recovery operations;
  • Identifying areas for enterprise-wide system improvements and upgrades, including trending analysis and capacity planning;
  • Provide subject matter expertise related to enterprise server, datacenter, and cloud environments focusing on compute and storage;
  • Participate in server, datacenter, and cloud related incident management and post incident review process;
  • Contribute to CMDB maintenance, focused on compute and storage environment documentation;
  • Analyze compute and storage reports, capacity and metrics across compute and storage ecosystems and escalate or inquire as appropriate;
  • Coordinate with various third party / external service providers on the compute and storage platforms they support;
  • Drive and define team strategy within Technology domain (includes roadmap creation);
  • Experience with public cloud infrastructure (AWS, Azure) and Virtual Private Cloud;
  • Participate in solution design/delivery process in design and delivery of cloud and on- prem solutions to support business applications;
  • Responsible for managing critical enterprise infrastructure components; and,
  • Provides 24X7 escalation support to cross functional team for critical incidents.
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Eagle is an equal opportunity employer and will provide accommodations during the recruitment process upon request. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only candidates under consideration will be contacted. Please note that your application does not signify the beginning of employment with Eagle and that employment with Eagle will only commence when placed on an assignment as a temporary employee of Eagle.