Sr Network Administrator

Company Name:
Experis IT / Manpower Group
3-6 months contract to hire
Broomfield, CO
Reporting to the Chief of Technology and Information
, the Senior Systems Administrator provides IT services and support for various Windows-based applications, LAN/WAN, Server Support, and Desktop support services as needed. Provides leadership for junior level technical staff and works collaboratively to resolve various support requests as needed. The Senior Systems Administrator is responsible for the design, implementation, maintenance and support all systems on the LAN/WAN, ensuring all systems are operational and that users are able to work in an effective and efficient manner.

Minimum 5 to 7 years of experience
Active Directory Administration
Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Windows server 2003 and above and Microsoft Exchange
Experienced in server and desktop virtualization strategies (VDI, VMware, Hyper-V, Xen)
Experience in configuring and running Microsoft DHCP and DNS services.
Experience in the suite of Systems Center Configuration
(SCCM) applications.
Experience configuring and administering firewall systems, SSL VPNs.
Experience configuring and administering Internet Filtering and Intrusion Protection Systems.
Working knowledge and understanding of storage technologies (NAS, SAN, iSCSI).
Working knowledge of telecommunications, namely Shoretel or Cisco VoIP systems.
MCSA (Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator)/MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) or equivalent experience
Bachelor of Science degree or equivalent business experience.
Requires confidentiality, ability to take direction and complete assignments as necessary, and ability to work effectively under deadline pressure.

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