A.C. Coy

  • Windows Server Administrator

    Job Locations US-PA-Cranberry Township
    Posted Date 1 week ago(5/18/2018 12:15 PM)
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    Information Technology
  • Overview

    Our Client, a leader in the financial investment industry, has an immediate need for a Windows Server Administrator.  The position is located north of downtown Pittsburgh.  This is a 6 month contract assignment.  Ideal candidates must have 5+ years of Windows Server Administration experience.


    • Diagnose and troubleshoot system issues.
    • Provide Level 1 support for the systems and related applications.
    • Establish and administer change control.
    • Install, configure, and administer the operating system, mail system, peripheral devices, and networking protocols.
    • Perform system administration:  security, file and directory permissions, adding/deleting users, etc.
    • Evaluate and Patch Windows 2008 R2, Windows 2012 R2 and Windows 2016 servers using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager.
    • Work with Information Security to review vulnerabilities and remediate those issues.
    • Ensure system optimization; monitor, troubleshoot and resolve performance issues as they relate to process, CPU, memory, i/o network, and web server.
    • Perform task automation:  batch, queuing and scheduling.
    • Work closely with the application teams to provide integrated planning for operating system upgrades, database upgrades, application upgrades and hardware migrations.
    • Perform off-hours support as required.
    • Demonstrate a cooperative attitude and effective interpersonal and communication skills with clients, co-workers and vendors


    Technical Skills:

    • Windows Server 2008 R2, 2012, 2016
    • SCCM


    • Bachelors degree preferred

    Prior applicable experience:

    • Patching, System Administration, Change control, Troubleshooting and Diagnosis, Off hours support


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