System Administrator I

is currently seeking a System Administrator I for one of our clients in Fort Bragg, NC.
Per government sector, candidate must be a U.
Candidate must possess or be able to obtain an Active Secret Security Clearance.
The SCCM System Administrator is responsible for installing, configuring, and administrating virtual Microsoft based SCCM servers in support of business processing requirements.
Installs, upgrades, and patches operating systems and complex software packages.
Schedules installations and upgrades in accordance with established IT policies and procedures.
Conducts routine software audits of Microsoft based servers to ensure compliance with established standards, policies, and configuration guidelines.
Must be a self-starter; capable of working independently, under limited direction, and in a team environment.
PRIMARY Responsibilities:
The successful candidate must be able to do the following:
Administer and configure Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2012 Create, execute and report on testing and implementation plans.
Create, execute and maintain Standard Operating Procedures for Enterprise Services Excellent communication skills Capable of resolving complex issues Strong troubleshoot and debugging skills Capable of multi-tasking Must be a self-starter; capable of working independently, under limited direction, and in team environments REQUIRED Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree and 3+ years of related experience or 5+ years as a Systems Administrator (Microsoft).
Additional training, technical certification, and/or years experience may be substituted in lieu of a degree Experience maintaining Microsoft SCCM 2012 Experience maintaining Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows Server 2012 platforms.
Level II DoD 8570 certification:
Comptia Security+ CE PREFFERED Qualifications:
ITIL v3 Foundation Certification Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) - System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

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