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SYSTEMS ENGINEER , Economics , to join the department's IT team. Will play a key role architecting, implementing, securing, improving, and maintaining a wide range of IT infrastructure for the department. Responsibilities will include performing general systems administration duties for Windows servers and associated Active Directory infrastructure; providing Linux systems administration support; managing VMware vSphere clusters and Horizon VDI platform; managing and deploying NetApp network attached storage clusters; maintaining the security, reliability, and interoperability of all systems; and managing and supporting infrastructure hardware in two local datacenters.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : bachelor's degree in computer science, information science, or similar field; at least three years' experience supporting heterogeneous infrastructure platforms in a complex environment; strong working knowledge of VMware vSphere/ESXi, Linux systems administration (ideally RHEL/CentOS), Windows Server, Active Directory/group policy, MECM, and enterprise storage systems (ideally NetApp); solid grasp of Windows and Linux security best practices and knowledge of networking concepts (TCP/IP, DNS, VLANs, etc.); desire to learn new technologies; and excellent problem-solving, analytical, and verbal and written communication skills. The work will require moving heavy servers in the data center where racks are located in tight spaces. PREFERRED : Experience working in an academic/research environment. Job #20056-9
The department is currently offering a flexible work arrangement, with a hybrid schedule of three days on-campus and two days remote.
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