Janicki Industries Published: October 23, 2017

Description

Janicki Industries is looking for an experienced System Administrator to take on a challenging and rewarding role in a fast-paced, secure environment.

Clearance Requirement:
Department of Defense Secret security clearance is required at time of hire.

Description

The System Administrator on our secure team is responsible for architecting, configuring and maintaining an assortment of hardware and software in support of Janicki Industries' secure project efforts. The ideal candidate will have a wide ranging exposure and various levels of experience with Microsoft technologies, Networking, VOIP, and DOD security regulations. All candidates should have the ability to independently prioritize multiple projects and a have proven track record of delivering projects using industry best practices.

Qualifications:

Three to five years of Microsoft Windows system administration in a facility at the Secret level or higher
Strong understanding of Microsoft Windows Server and desktop technologies, including Active Directory, Exchange, and SharePoint.
Familiarity with network configuration in a small to medium environment
Experience commissioning and maintaining Voice Over IP (VOIP) systems
Solid understanding of storage technologies and backup
Strong aptitude for analysis and troubleshooting
Exceptional people skills. Enjoys supporting internal customers in an engineering and manufacturing company
Excellent written and spoken communication skills
Familiarity with Powershellscripting
Requirements:

US Citizenship and a current DoD SECRET security clearance is required.
Required education: Two year Associates degree. Four year Bachelor's degree preferred.
Required language: English
Required certifications: Security + Certification required (DoD 8570 Compliant)
Janicki Industries is an EEO/AA/M/F/Disabled/Veteran Employer.

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