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Sr. Network Engineer

Sr. Network Engineer

The Denzel Group, an award-winning IT recruiting firm, has been chosen to work with an industry leader on their quest for a Sr. Systems Engineer. In this role you will be tasked with designing, analyzing, implementing and supporting computer systems and solutions based on the business requirements defined within our organization. You will be tasked with Lead responsibilities at times helping other members of the staff. You will be relied on to provide strategic and tactical insight into infrastructure and computer system plans. Outstanding benefits and overall compensation!

Experience:
**7+ years’ experience
**Expert experience supporting current industry versions of Microsoft Windows Server, VMware ESX 6.x in an Enterprise environment is required.
**Strong hands-on working experience with Intel based server platform hardware, Microsoft Windows based Operating Systems (Servers & Clients) and IP network services is required.
**Project leadership and systems analysis, including cost and benefit analysis.

Skill sets that would be beneficial to have:
*Intel based Enterprise Rack and Blade servers preferably HP ProLiant and/or Cisco UCS or Dell or Stratus Servers. Server and Client Windows imaging tools, Active Directory Services, Group Policy, Security, File and Print Services, DNS, and DHCP Services. Symantec NetBackup backup/recovery solutions. Enterprise Storage experience including Storage Performance Management, Capacity planning preferably with EMC/Pure Storage SAN, Data Domain/Quantum DDUP, Brocade FC, NAS, iSCSI, and RAID Technologies SAN based hosts (Windows, VMware, UNIX/Linux) configuration, VMware Horizon (VDI), Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop a plus, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and other SQL databases experience a plus.

Systems engineer, network engineer, systems analyst, windows engineer, windows administrator

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