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System Administrator

Company Name:
Ebit Information Systems
We are not accepting resumes from third parties and sponsorships are not provided for this role. This position also requires the employee to be on-site.

This is a direct hire opportunity.

Ebit Information Systems (www.ebitinfosys.com) is an IT staffing and recruiting firm located in the Louisville, Kentucky area, focusing on contract, contract to hire, and direct placements. Founded in 2005, we specialize in finding qualified IT professionals and matching them with the best positions at the most sought after companies in the area. Our exceptional team, contractor and client care, and benefits package are second to none!
Summary:

Our client is seeking a System Administrator to join their Louisville office. This individual will oversee all workstations and functions that are required to run the business.

Responsibilities Include:
Oversee regular maintenance such as updates and patches
Oversee the maintenance of all client operation system images and various internal applications
Monitor and manage the software distribution process
Determine appropriate anti-virus software and ensure it protects the enterprise-wide environment.
3rd level support for the Help Desk and after-hours support rotation
Participate in RFP process and help develop work, requirements, and estimates of given project
Requirements:
Bachelor's degree required
MSCE or MCSA certification
Strong experience with Windows Server 2005+
Strong experience with IBM AIX OS
Familiarity with Backup/Restore within AIX
Shell Scripting experience
Strong background in Networking including TCP/IP, DNS, DHCP, Active Directory, firewalls and VPN
Familiarity with project management practices
Must be a team player
Highly Desired Experience:
Korn Shell scripting experience
VMWare Administration
IBM Connect Drive
IBM Sterling File Gateway
EMC Enterprise Storage
Oracle Enterprise on AIX


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