Windows Server Systems Administrator - Intermediate

Company Name:
STG, Inc.
Join STG Inc and watch your career soar as a Windows Systems Administrator supporting the 2nd Regional Cyber Center Western Hemisphere (2RCC-WH) at Fort Huachuca in Sierra Vista, Arizona.
As a Windows System Administrator, provide enterprise server support for the Army IT infrastructure. Build, configure, and administer Windows-based systems in support of multiple mission areas. Ensure all Windows-based systems are compliant with current DoD and Army regulations. DUTIES INCLUDE:
Daily checks on Windows 2008 R2 servers to monitor the status and the state of the servers
Install, configure, and administer servers and troubleshoot issues as needed
Provide advanced network technical support
Perform IAVA vulnerability scans using SCAP and Nessus scanning software
Participate in rotational on-call duties to provide after-hours support
Education and Certifications:
Must have Security+ certification prior to hire
Must acquire MCTS 70-640 or 70-642 (or higher) within 6 months of hire

HS and 7+ years of relevant IT experience (or Degree and 5+ years)
Background Needed and Years of Experience :
Technical Skills:
Extensive knowledge of PC/server hardware and software maintenance
Experience with Windows Server 2008R2 administration
Experience with physical (Dell, HP, IBM) and virtual (VMware) servers
Knowledge of Windows Active Directory services
Knowledge of DISA STIGs, IAVAs, and FDCC guidelines
Proficient with TCP/IP network protocols
Extensive experience in troubleshooting server and network issues
Familiarity with Symantec antivirus and other security software such as McAfee HBSS
Familiarity with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)
Familiarity with Assured Compliance Assessment Solution (ACAS)
Non-Technical Skills:
Communicate effectively in both oral and written forms with users and office staff
Work independently and as a team member; set priorities and organize work to meet deadlines
Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted during the course of the work day
Willing to work overtime, holidays, and weekends as necessary
Currently has Secret security clearance or ability to obtain and maintain Secret security clearance
Education and Certifications:
- Have MCTS 70-640 or 642 (or higher) certification at hire
Technical Skills:
- Scripting experience with batch, visual basic, PowerShell
Non-Technical Skills:
- Write brief how-to technical steps for team knowledge base

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