Arrow Electronics Infrastructure Engineer III, Principle in Syracuse, New York
Infrastructure Engineer III, Principle
Hands-on technical engineer whose responsibilities include but are not limited to providing engineering design and technical support for enterprise class Windows Server and Global Active Directory infrastructure environment including virtualization technologies.
Candidates should exhibit a broad-based technology background, possess excellent troubleshooting skills and be creative innovators with a proven track record of engineering, deploying and supporting Microsoft Server hardware, software and related technologies.
Bachelor’s degree or 4 –6 years related business experience in a fast paced corporate environment. Windows Server MSCE and other technical certifications would be considered a plus.
5 - 7 years experience in supporting a Windows server environment (Windows server 2003, 2008 R2, 2012 R2, 2016, Active Directory, GPO, PowerShell Scripting, VMware, Citrix, MS SQL, DNS, DHCP, IIS, Etc.).
Successful candidate must have the ability to closely interact with different business units to address support needs, gather and implement business requirements.
Should be a creative innovator who can articulate strategic visions, consistently evaluates new technologies that could support business direction and needs.
Knowledge of project planning methodologies, scheduling, prioritization & status reporting. Must have the ability to multi-task and track the status of multiple projects and issues at once.
Candidates should have strong written and verbal communications skills
Experience with Active Directory 2008 / 2012
Experience with virtualization technologies such as VMware
Hands on working knowledge of Network communications, SAN and related technologies
Hands on working knowledge of VOIP and Unified Communications and Administration via Mitel
Working knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics
Familiarity with PowerShell or any other form of scripting and automation
Administer and provide day to day engineering and operational support for the server environment.
Lead effort to develop technical standards to support and operate technologies within the current or future platform.
Provide technical support for a mission critical corporate Windows server environment including server installs, migrations, upgrades, patch management, application support, virus remediation, business continuity, operational and disaster recovery.
Responsible for the engineering design, setup, configuration, maintenance, and troubleshooting of all Windows Servers and related technologies.
Provides technical administrative and configuration support for the following platforms: Windows Server 2003, 2008 R2, 2012 R2, Global Active Directory / Group Policy, VMware, MS SQL Server, eFolder, and other related technologies.
Provide technical support for the desktop computing environment.
Procurement of necessary hardware, software, and licensing.
Candidates will participate in a variety of engineering related projects including but not limited to:
Facilities branch office additions, consolidations, closures
Participate in strategic engineering planning and road map sessions
Research & development, proof of concept evaluations
Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity planning and simulation testing
Ensures systems high availability and data protection through the use of internal and external resources. This includes ensuring all Windows Server, Active Directory and supported applications security issues are reported to management and are remediated in a timely fashion.
Communicates and coordinates system maintenance requirements and risk assessment for all supported hardware, software, backups, patch updates and downtime to end-users, management and operations staff.
Proactive monitoring, alerting, reporting, capacity planning and analysis.
Participate in budget planning and cost savings initiatives.
Prepares and maintains systems and application support documentation, Visio diagrams for system configurations which are directly supported.
24X7 On-call technical support on a rotation basis
Domestic and international travel when required up to 5%
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