Sr. Systems Administrator

Company Name:
Robert Half Technology
We're looking for a full-time Senior Systems Administrator with advanced Active Directory, SCCM, VMWare and SAN experience to join a nationwide company (with a very well-known brand) located in Manchester, NH. This is a full-time, salaried position with benefits and paid time off. To apply, please send your resume to richard.
With more than 100 locations worldwide, Robert Half Technology is a leading provider of IT professionals on a project and full-time basis for initiatives ranging from web development and systems integration to network security and technical support. Through our alliances with industry-leading organizations such as HDI and the Microsoft Partner program, we have access to client companies that other staffing firms don't. In addition to our free job search services, we provide our candidates with access to free online technical training and a competitive benefits and compensation package.
Robert Half Technology is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In 2014, our company once again was named to FORTUNE magazine's list of "World's Most Admired Companies." (March 17, 2014).
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Req ID: 02600-117747
Functional Role: Systems Administrator
Country: USA
State: NH
City: Manchester
Postal Code: 03108
Compensation: DOE
Requirements: Advanced Active Directory, Advanced DHCP/DNS, Intermediate Vmware, Advanced MS SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager), Intermediate Linux, None, None None.

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