Flash Technology Group

Systems Administrator II

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System Administrator/NetDef Front Line Engineer/Watch Desk, Level III.


Immediate Opening!


Mixed 12 hr shifts, in a 10 week rotational schedule; 24x7 watch

Must haves:


Solid Linux command line skills;
Scripting skills;
Musting be willing/able to work shift/nights.


Send resume to dmagruder@flashtg.com or apply directly on our website at www.Flashtg.com


Must have current TS/SCI clearance and an active polygraph!


Provide and supervise set-up, configure, and load system software and hardware; Provide system administration support of computers, servers, racks of equipment and figure/manage LAN interfaces.


Provide support for web development, testing, system integration, installation scripts and other duties to support systems and network infrastructure.



*DEGREE: AA/AS= no degree + 4 additional years experience;

BA/BS= no degree + 8 additional years experience OR

AA/AS + 6


**EXPERIENCE: Specialized technical certifications may be credited toward the minimum experience requirements.

                          Certifications may be used to substitute no more than three (3) years of experience.

                          The following certifications can each be substituted for one (1) year of experience each:

                                 Oracle, Java, C++, MCSE/MCP, Linux, Solaris, Cisco, VMWare, SUN Network Administrator, CDFM, DAU, and DAWIA or certification specific to the Labor Category.


Five years experience with installation, maintenance, administration, and trouble shooting of LAN, computer hardware and software;

Experience performing and assisting with equipment specification, setup, problem resolution, and network support related to computer hardware and software;

Experience providing assistance to users;

Experience optimizing system operations;

Experience ensuring compliance with licensing agreements and system currency.




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