Senior Systems Engineer (30773)

Website Palmer Group

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Do you have the skills to prioritize and multi-task in a fast-paced environment while maintaining attention to detail? Then check out this Senior Systems Engineer role! As a strategic role within the organization, this individual is expected to design complex solutions while championing these solutions from implementation through maintenance and administration. Intrigued? Keep reading.

Responsibilities:

  • Research, evaluate, and recommend hardware and software solutions
  • Serve as the technical expert for Windows systems, VMware and VDI
  • Manage Active Directory and DNS
  • Monitor and test systems performance
  • Establish and maintain proper system documentation
  • Work with hardware vendors, software vendors, and service providers to resolve technical issues
  • Develop, implement, and monitor security policies and procedures consistent with best practices
  • Manage and monitor Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint environments
  • Act as an IT infrastructure technical consultant to management and staff

Qualifications:

  • 10+ years of experience with Windows Server Administration (AD, GPO, IIS, Scripting)
  • Must have expert level experience with VMWare ESXi 6.x, Horizon, and Terminal Server
  • Microsoft technology experience with O365, SharePoint, and Exchange
  • Rotating on-call support for off-hours support and maintenance weekends

To apply for this job email your details to nrenaud@thepalmergroup.com

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