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JRSS Server/VM/Tools Subject Matter Expert

Company Name:
STG, Inc.
Engineers, executes and documents reliable, fault tolerant design and implementation of both Virtual Machine servers and physical servers. OS''s supported will include MS Windows Server 2012R2, RHEL 6+ in multiple VM environments at remote locations. Documents and provides standards and procedures to support the organization. As a technical lead/architect of the SMT JRSS Server/VM/Tools staff, this individual will research, evaluate and develop standards relating to messaging hardware and software and related technologies.
Responsible for the configuration, performance, availability and security of the VM and distributed computer environment supporting multiple data centers in-house test lab/local production environment, and 11 joint regional security sites.
Monitors and analyzes existing infrastructure to provide cost effective and optimized IT set up to meet on-going demand for expansion and organizational needs
Provisioning application, controlling access to applications, troubleshooting internal and external connectivity
Provide documentation support to update and/or create technical managmenet plans, artifacts, reports, etc. (Configuration Management Plan, Systems Maintenance Plan, (other deliverable plans), SOPs, Knowledge Base artifacts for training, network/systems diagrams, hardware/software requests and quotes, Root Cause Analysis (RCA) reports for systems outages, weekly status reports, weekly CCB report/schedule, monthly SLA/TPI manageament reports, and all other research and development customer requests to support the government mission)
Attend weekly status, weekly CCB, weekly PMO, monthly status, quarterly status, ad hoc customer meetings
BS/BA in Systems Engineering or directly related field/ or 2+ years equivalent experience
6-8 years experience with physical and virtual servers
Requirements:
DoD 8570 IAT II certification
Minimal travel anticipated for this position.
Able to work a flexible schedule.
Must be a United States Citizen
CISSP, MCITP-EA, RHEL certification
Date: 2014-06-05
Country: US
State: AZ
City: Fort Huachuca

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