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Posted: Friday, September 1, 2017 5:39 PM

Unix/Windows/Vista Technician responsibilities include: Local and remote system administration support, system maintenance, installation and configuration of Unix Sun Blade and Windows workstations; Updating Unix NIS Master and Displayback servers; Troubleshooting problems and applying resolutions for 24x7 SLA customer base, SLAs that are due the next business day, and escalated tickets; Resolving desktop problems and service requests locally in the extended Ft. Meade campus and remotely using tools such as SMS, Remote Desktop connection, etc.; Installing software remotely via Marimba; Creating and modifying Groups and Distribution Lists via DRA; and Following up to ensure completion of work within SLA timeframes. 3 positions (No DoD 8570 Certification Required for this Opening) Immediate long term position. (Day shift, Monday thru Friday 10am:6pm CST) Immediate long term position. (Day shift, Wednesday thru Saturday 9am:7pm CST) Immediate long term position. (Swing shift, Monday thru Friday 3pm:11pm CST) Must meet contract level requirements for appropriate position. In addition, must have some technical experience in diverse operating systems (Unix/Windows/Vista), hardware platforms, and software packages. Desired experience: Unix knowledge and troubleshooting (Solaris 2.6 and 2.8); Unix server knowledge; Familiarity with the Sun Secure Global Desktop environment; Familiarity with Remedy ARS; Familiarity with Marimba and DRA; Computer hardware architecture knowledge; Data/Information architecture; Software installation and troubleshooting; MS Exchange knowledge and troubleshooting; Use and administration experience with MS Office Applications, Active Directory, and Network and Internet Applications. Must possess good communication and customer service skills; and must be a team player. (LEVEL 1.5 CANDIDATES ARE ALSO WELCOME .)


• Location: San Antonio

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