Maintains competency in one or more in the following areas of focus:
System Engineer for Linux systems
Cloud service management (SaaS, PaaS, laaS, et al)
Project Management (traditional/agile)
System Lifecycle management
System Design and Architecture
Advises team activity in the identification of many of the following:
Defining support procedures
Restoration objectives in the event of a loss of service
Supports the integration of layered products including but not limited to Databases, Web Services, Applications Services, and Data Transformation tools.
Assures adherence to proper processes and procedures as defined in latest documentation pertaining to infrastructure, design, configuration, process and procedures.
Amends documentation as needed.
Facilitates open communication and collaboration with the team and all client stakeholders.
Operates in an advisory role within areas of competency.
Incorporates best practices into all recommendations for pre-deployment, implementation and day forward processes.
Needs to be available for support (which may be off-hours); this includes acting as on call resource during extended coverage periods on a rotating basis; overnight, and weekend support; participating in Incident Response, Disaster Recovery, and Business Continuity testing or execution as needed.
Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
Minimum 5 years’ of system administration experience.
Good communications and leadership skills.
Expert level knowledge of Linux server administration (Redhat preferred).
Strong skills in the following ITIL practices are required:
Experience with a major cloud services (eg Azure, Amazon AWS), virtualization, VMWare, networking, firewalls, programming or scripting skills are a plus.
Internal Number: A02470
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