Server Infrastructure Engineer
Under administrative direction, install, maintain, and implement Network and Server Infrastructure, and associated software.
Install, support and maintain hardware and software infrastructure according to best practices and security guidelines for Physical and Virtual Servers, SANs, and Backup Storage. Analyze user project proposals to include identifying potential problem areas and recommend optimum approaches for project path. Participate in the development, implementation, installation, and testing of Alpha II IT solutions. Provide system level support of personnel for computer software and hardware. Remain current on emerging technologies and investigate, recommend, and install new applications or hardware. Maintain confidentiality with regard to the information being processed, stored or accessed by the network through permissions and encryption. Document all areas of work for future reference. Participate in on-call support rotation for problem analysis and resolution. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned
BS in Computer Science or related field or a combination of education and equivalent experience in relevant field. Experience with implementation, management, and troubleshooting of current Windows Server editions Experience with implementation, management, and troubleshooting of Active Directory, DHCP, DNS, and Group Policy Experience with implementation, management, and troubleshooting of VMware and Hyper-V virtual architecture Experience with implementation, management, and troubleshooting of Building and Property security controls Experience with Exchange Management Experience with converged/hyper-converged solutions such as Nutanix and Cisco UCS Beneficial but not required knowledge of SQL, Rubrik, EMC Data Domain, load balancers, Manage Engine, SOPHOS Anti-Virus Keep all documentation current and relevant.
Standing, sitting, kneeling, stooping, lifting, bending, climbing, twisting upper body, walking, pushing, pulling, occasional lifting and carrying of large boxes up to 25 lbs., listening, talking, use of telephone, exposure to computer monitor screens and repetitive data entry.