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KPMG is currently seeking a Temporary Associate System Administrator to join our Digital Nexus technology organization. This opportunity is open to internal candidates from all KPMG US locations and external candidates interested in being based in one of the cities listed within this posting.
Participate in the installation and testing of new enterprise system software and hardware releases
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of new hardware and software developments and participate in the evaluation of alternative approaches and new software or modifications, to enhance operations and development activities
Help with maintenance of installation and configuration procedures and document new processes and procedures
Interface with business clients and technology staff to implement solutions that meet business needs and address impact of new or revised applications on existing infrastructure
Administer and configuration of server infrastructure hosting Enterprise Applications
Assist in resolution of complex enterprise system hardware and software problems; collaborate with peer teams and vendors to coordinate solutions
Minimum one year of Systems Administrator experience, preferably in large Enterprise Level Data Centers
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university or equivalent work experience
Experience with Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS), ESX/VSphere platform administration, Windows Server operating systems
Technical knowledge across various Storage disciplines (EMC, 3PAR, and PureStorage) to resolve complex infrastructure integration issues and interface with multiple vendors to coordinate resolution to both hardware and software problems
Flexibility to work overtime and on weekends to support a 24x7 environment and at peak times, with ability to be on-call during weekends and after hours. Knowledge of ITIL Incident Management processes
US Citizenship is required
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