Data Center Administrator

Company Name:
QMR Placement Solutions
The primary responsibilities of the Data Center Administrator are to ensure data center systems are running efficiently; are patched and updated; are tuned to the highest level of performance. The Data Center Administrator will work with closely and take direction from Sr. Administrators and Lead Administrators to ensure best practices are being used to maximize data center uptime; data center and system redundancy; backup and recovery. In addition the Data Center Administrator will have technical experience in the area of data center, systems and operations. The Data Center Administrator will stay abreast of best practices for physical data center components, as well as virtual data center components.
Self-motivated team player.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Full knowledge in the Windows Server platform 2008 R2 and higher
(Working knowledge of Windows Exchange Server)
Working knowledge of VMware vSphere
Working knowledge of Citrix XenDesktop
Working knowledge of Virus and Malware protection products
Working knowledge of SAN Storage Systems NetApp, EMC and IBM
Working knowledge of TCP/IP and its relation to datacenter redundancy and efficiency
Working knowledge of Software Distribution systems
Working Knowledge of physical datacenter components UPS, Generators, Cooling, Environmental Monitoring
Knowledge of physical servers from Cisco USC, IBM System X, Dell PowerEdge
Familiar with ITIL processes and framework. ITIL v3 certification is a plus.
Strong verbal, written, organizational & interpersonal skills
One of the following certifications: MCSE Certification, VMware Certified, Storage Certifications or a data center related certification
Greater than 3 years of related work experience required, preferably in a large fast-paced business environment
Proven ability to self-manage and work with minimal supervision
Perform system analysis, and reporting of multiple systems within the datacenter
Create proper documentation of current and new solutions to ensure repeatable Run operations
Remain abreast of industry standards and best practices for infrastructure technologies
Assist with all Disaster Recovery System tests
Perform other duties as assigned

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