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Sr. Systems Administrator

Integrity Consulting is looking for a Sr. Systems Administrator to join the team! The selected candidate must have an active secret government security clearance.

Description:

  • Install, configure, and manage VMware vSphere environment: vCenter, hypervisor on new hosts, virtual machines, datastore creation and maintenance.
  • Design and implements Enterprise VMWare Virtual Environment.
  • Maintain virtualized architecture using vCenter.
  • Provide advance troubleshooting support and problem resolution of the entire Virtualization Infrastructure.
  • Diagnose problems on ESXi hosts; troubleshoot technology issues, using various resources; document lessons learned.
  • Develop, automate and implement operation best practices for the virtualization environment.
  • Follow policies and procedures for Change and Incident Management.
  • Document virtualization environment and keep documents updated per the configuration management plan.
  • Ensure ongoing operation of systems/applications through troubleshooting, scheduling/monitoring jobs and technology-related business processes, and end user support as needed.
  • Health- performance-optimization monitoring of virtualized architecture.
  • Participate in rotational System Administration On Call support roster.
  • Update and patch virtual machines within the enterprise.

Required Skills:

  • VMWare Certified Professional vSphere 5.x
  • COMPTIA Security +
  • 5+ years’ extensive administrative experience in VMware virtual infrastructure.
  • 5+ years’ hands-on experience deploying VMware vSphere, Horizon View, vCenter, vCorps, etc. in an enterprise environment.
  • 5+ years’ in-depth knowledge of diagnosing and resolving vSphere performance issues.
  • 5+ years’ experience working with storage systems including SAN (FC FCoE), NAS (CIFS and NFS)
  • 5+ years’ experience working with windows technologies and design (Domain Controllers, IIS, & clustering).
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft, UNIX, Linux server experience.
  • Exhibit strong organizational, analytical, multi-tasking, and prioritization skills.
  • Strong communications and collaboration skills
  • After Hours, On-Call support required.

 

 

About Integrity

At Integrity, we have a vision of changing the nature of consulting by setting a new standard for commitment, trust, and execution. We are a reliable firm, passionately built on the principle that doing the right things for our clients, and our people, always comes first.

Mission Statement

We exist to exceed our clients’ expectations for success, with passion and integrity.

Vision Statement

We will set a new standard for commitment, trust, and execution.

Core Values

  • We drive our business with PASSION – we treat our clients’ goals as if they were our own and are always looking for new ways to help.
  • We build partnerships with our clients based on TRUST – we believe in independent thinking, straight talk and loyalty to one another and our clients.
  • We provide world‐class SERVICE to our clients, peers and community – we challenge our employees to be responsive and innovative, and go above and beyond to help others.
  • We believe healthy relationships start with RESPECT – we appreciate every opportunity to work with our clients, and value the ideas, opinions and ideals of the people and organizations we work with.
  • Our clients can always count on our HONESTY – we won’t always have the answers, but we will always be candid, sincere, and authentic.
  • We encourage our employees to have FUN with their work – we enjoy what we do and want everyone to have a great experience building this amazing company.
  • Our Team was founded upon the principle of INTEGRITY and this guides our every action – we believe that doing the right things for our clients and our people always comes first.
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