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Server Engineer

Company Name:
Career Transitions, LLC
Server Engineer

We are a custom HCM software development experiencing extensive growth. Our software us used throughout industry as a back-office employment records tool that includes payroll, benefits, time & labor, applicant tracking, and performance management.

Our Server Engineers support a wide variety of projects and a diverse customer base with a healthy amount of daily transactions.

Our Server Engineers manage a multitude of projects oriented around the following key requirements needed for success in the role;

Extensive Experience with Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2012
Extensive Experience with Windows Networking
Extensive Experience with Vmware vSphere
Active Directory
MS Exchange
MS SharePoint
Experience with Dell servers, Cisco UCS and EMC SAN
As a Server Engineer, you are primarily responsible for the following;
Level II Server Support (200 servers)
Server and Application Design, Deployment and Support
Troubleshooting and Improving Existing Servers and Applications
Application Migration between Server Platforms
On Call Duty
Active Directory (maintenance, security, monitoring, improvements)
Server Security
Creating policies and procedures for server installation and maintenance
Infrastructure documentation and Server Monitoring
Successful Server Engineers in our organization possess the following qualifications;
Bachelor?s degree and two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
2 years in a LAN Manager position with a minimum of fifty users and multiple servers running MS Windows 2003 or higher.
Microsoft MSCE or Novell CNE certification for Network Operating system.

This is a full-time position with the following fringe benefits; Health, Dental, Vision, LTD/STD, Wellness, 401(k).

Preferred candidates have backgrounds in banking / finance, insurance, custom software, military - where you have a large user community handling multiple transactions.

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