Infrastructure Engineer, with at least 5 years’ experience . Infrastructure Engineers require a good level of analytical and troubleshooting skills with the ability to not only own and run issues from start to resolution for BAU, take on the varying requirements of project work but are also required to be client focused with a high standard of communication and documentation skills.
The successful candidates will also have experience building and managing Windows 2008 R2 and Windows 2003/12 server environments as well as using VMWare Management interfaces, managing Active Directory (2012) and administering domain controllers.
ALL CANDIDATES MUST BE ABLE TO WORK A FLEXIBLE WORK SCHEDULE WITH POTENTIAL ON-CALL AND OUT OF HOURS DEPLOYMENTS.
Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities:
Good knowledge in, setting and building large scale environment using:
Active Directory (2012)
AEP Ultra Encryptors
Disaster Recovery experience
Ability to work on more than one project
Experience of supporting a variety of Windows client and server operating systems
Familiarity with VMWare (vSphere, vCenter etc)
Knowledge of monitoring alerting, logging and status messages
Troubleshooting network issues
Fundamental networking knowledge – IP, DNS, IP routing, network address translation etc.
Strong troubleshooting skills and experience with Windows Server operating systems
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