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Senior Systems Administrator

An excellent career opportunity is currently available for a Senior Systems Administrator located at Aires Pittsburgh, PA office.  This exciting opportunity is in a high growth environment where you will provide technical analysis and design consulting support from an infrastructure perspective for major business application development, containerization and implementation.

The Senior Systems Administrator will act as a lead resource for Microsoft, Linux, cloud and various virtualization administration, storage area network (SAN) architecture, performance tuning, monitoring and capacity planning. He/she will manage project and task deliverable commitments, system changes and application rollouts/security patches/upgrades. He/she will be  responsible for ensuring data resilience through redundant storage systems, backup strategies, business continuity and disaster recovery operations.

Aires (www.aires.com) has been providing best-in-class relocation management services for over 30 years and is a recognized industry leader in delivering high quality relocation and assignment management services to leading corporations.

We Have…

  • A strong Aires brand consistently ranked among the mobility industry’s highest annual customer-satisfaction scores and a client-retention rate of over 98%
  • A stable organization that has grown organically with our clients - we have experienced 20% growth annually

Responsibilities:  

  • Administer, optimize, and manage virtualization and cloud infrastructure of medium to high complexity
  • Administer storage arrays as well as documents and presents storage criteria and specifications
  • Identify and mitigate hardware/software issues, performance bottlenecks and overall system health
  • Optimize storage solutions and communicate storage subsystem performance to customers
  • Installs new and/or rebuild existing servers as requested, following a standard build process
  • Contribute to and maintain system standards and develop installation and configuration procedures
  • Research and recommend innovative and automated approaches to system administration
  • Perform capacity planning and document system design/configurations
  • Restore servers and files from backups for disaster recovery and business continuity

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or Associates Degree in Computer Science, Information Science or related field, preferred 
  • 4-5 years of infrastructure experience
  • 2-3 years of network administration or system administration experience
  • System administration and IT certifications in Linux, Microsoft, or other network related fields are a plus
  • A proven track record in developing and implementing IT strategy and plans
  • Strong knowledge of systems and networking software, hardware, and networking protocols
  • Expert knowledge of security, storage, data protection, and disaster protocols

 

EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

 

 

 

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