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Sr. System Administrator - TBMCS

Sr. System Administrator - TBMCS
Install, patch, maintain, troubleshoot, tune, back-up, restore and perform integration test on a shared platform topology for a Theatre Battle Core Management system (TBMCS).
Candidate must have at least five years experience with Windows Server, Exchange and Active Directory and be Security+ certified. 5+ years experience with UNIX/Solaris, Java, Shell Scripting, Perl, Weblogic and SQL database administration is desired. Experience with MS Exchange, C++ or actual hands-on SA experience in an Air Operations Centers (AOC) is a plus.
This is a challenging, but very rewarding, opportunity to work on a very complex system with Education Assistance. Position is full time with benefits, in Layton, Utah and requires security clearance qualification. Send resume, years of experience, certifications and salary requirements to gpetersen@tope.us.
Sr. System Administrator - TBMCS
Candidate must have at least five years experience with Windows Server, Exchange and Active Directory and be Security+ certified. 5+ years experience with UNIX/Solaris, Java, Shell Scripting, Perl, Weblogic and SQL database administration is desired. Experience with MS Exchange, C++ or actual hands-on SA experience in an Air Operations Centers (AOC) is a plus.
This is a challenging, but very rewarding, opportunity to work on a very complex system with Education Assistance. Position is full time with benefits, in Layton, Utah and requires security clearance qualification. Send resume, years of experience, certifications and salary requirements to gpetersen@tope.us.
Contact: Gary Petersen
Email: gpetersen@tope.us
Send resume, years of experience, certifications and salary requirements to gpetersen@tope.us.

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