B2B Technology Services Firm is looking for a motivated Network Engineer (MCSE a must) to join our team in Nassau County. The Network Engineer will be a lead resource for the IT Infrastructure Team at a multi-location client and will provide hands-on technical leadership and expertise in the management of the client's Infrastructure Environments
· Full Lifecycle management of Hardware, Software, Network, Server, Exchange, SAN, VMWare and Enterprise Operating Systems.
· Overall management of Servers, SAN’s, VMWare, Windows, File and Print Services, Domain Controllers, Exchange, Network Devices, VLAN’s, Routers and Switches, Active Directory, IP Addressing, WAN and LAN Services, Network Monitoring and Reporting, Wireless Networking, Data Center Capacity Management and Planning,
· Responsible for Security Management and Reporting, Backups and Disaster Recovery as well as Monitoring and troubleshooting all systems
· Direct responsibility for documentation of processes and procedures and for producing status and activity reports
· Provide escalated support to Level I and II Technicians
· MCSE Certification is a Must Have
· 3-5 years minimum experience management and administration of “enterprise IT”
· Ability to develop effective work relationship across all organizational levels
· Must have strong organizational skills
· Will have excellent customer service and user interface skills
· Proven ability to overcome obstacles and achieve objectives
· Other Certifications would be beneficial: A+, Network+, HP Switching, Aruba Wireless, MCITP, VMWare, or Symantec Backup Exec
· Strong English verbal and written communication skills are an absolute must have
This is a permanent, full time position (NOT a contract). Please do not apply (or refer) unless authorized to work in the US. All candidates must be either US Citizens or US Permanent Residents.
All candidates MUST be local to Hicksville, L.I., NY
Please do not apply if you are not local, even if you would pay your own relocation.
Relocation assistance is NOT offered.
RESUMES FROM OUTSIDE OF THE US WILL NOT BE READ