IT Systems Administrator

We are searching for a Systems Administrator to plan and engineer our systems infrastructure using the latest technology. This includes the implementation and design of hardware and software and monitoring system performance.
Duties:
Maintain Citrix, VMWare virtual infrastructure
Provide administration support to the server enterprise
Design, implement, and manage complex systems and configurations in a multi-site environment
Maintain and deploy systems within our virtual and cloud enterprise
Work on projects pertaining to deployment of server environments as a technical representative
Create and maintain high-quality documentation of all relevant specifications, systems, and procedures
Work as a partner with development to optimize product performance and manageability
Provide assistance in maintaining Corporate IT infrastructure
Administer core infrastructure services including: Domain Management (DNS, WINS, DHCP), Active Directory, Exchange, VMware, Citrix, SharePoint, various Web Services, Backups and Restores, file and print
Perform new system builds, upgrades, configurations, maintenance and tuning
Document processes and procedures as developed and/or required
Maintain AD Forest relationships
Create automation/script processes to further streamline team workflows
Create documentation to support systems implementations
Expand and maintain our automation infrastructure
Maintain and upgrade our existing Linux and Windows Infrastructure
Provide assistance in troubleshooting production issues
Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or Information Systems
Minimum 7 years of experience in a lead engineer or administrator role
Minimum 5 years of experience working with Microsoft Exchange Server and Active Directory
Excellent organizational and communication skills (written & verbal)
Strong DNS experience

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