Network Analyst

Company Name:
Aventure Staffing
An exciting and growing company is seeking an experienced Network Analyst to join their team.
The Network Analyst supports infrastructure consisting of Windows Servers, Active Directory, VMware and Managed Private Cloud Services. These systems are used to run the various computer applications on which our company''s operations depend.
Support Microsoft Windows Servers and Desktops in a Virtual Environment.
Working with vendor to insure Backup and Recovery policies are followed.
Provide performance management analysis, guidance and tuning.
Insure 24x7 availability of all systems by providing support for technologies such as:
Vsphere 5 and Vmware View
Active Directory
Server Life Cycle, deployment process development and Configuration Management
Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2012
Supporting Activities:
Actual responsibilities assigned will vary depending on the skills and qualifications of the person in the job and the evolving needs of the Department''s customers.
Required Prior Accomplishments - Experience - Skills:
Bachelor's degree in an appropriate area of Information Technology or an Associate's degree in an appropriate area of Information Technology such as Computer Information Systems
2-5 years of related experience
Prior work experience with:
VMware View, Commvault and Veem
Microsoft networking skills utilizing
Windows Server 2003,2008, 2012 and Active Directory
Automating Server Deployment
Internetworking skills with TCP/IP
Required personal characteristics:
Analyzes issues
Uses sound judgment
Champion for change
Interpersonal communication
Fosters open communication
Listens to others
Demonstrates adaptability/time management
Uses technical/functional expertise
Writing skills
Detail oriented
You can also apply via email to Nicole Postello at .
EOE/AA Employer
Background check, drug test and physical may be required.
Title: Network Analyst
Req ID: 1656637
Date: 04/24/2014
Country: US
State: WI
City: Oshkosh
Salary: 50,000-85,000
Job Type: Direct Hire
Category: Information Technology
Network Analyst

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