Senior System Administrator
Added Oct 04 from Hubstaff
The Infrastructure specialist, provides expert level consulting, technical planning, technical design/architecture and operational direction; and maintains all business and infrastructure systems. You’ll be regarded as the subject matter expert and make decisions in situations where there is scope for interpretation of results. You’ll apply guidelines, procedures, and best practices and recognize and analyze problems across projects or domain areas.
_This is a part-time remote role that can be done from anywhere in the US or Latin America (LATAM). The hours will be approximately 15-20 hours/week, paid hourly._
**What you’ll be doing:**
* Provide first level system support that is primarily composed of advanced administrative tasks. Handles some Architect responsibilities where needed and if skill-set allows.
* Proactively monitors to identify connections, patterns or trends and makes recommendations for action.
* Identify systems and processes that can be standardized, defines and prioritizes initiatives and implements.
* Recommend, implement, and maintain preventive maintenance processes, standards and tools to ensure optimal system up-time of production systems.
* Remain current on operation system administration procedures and best practices.
* Update knowledge of accepted industry and company standards to improve service delivery.
* Own problem solving and change management processes.
* Educate peers and customers when appropriate.
* Ensure solutions do not negatively impact other parts of the system or introduce new defects.
* Lead and participate in concurrent projects.
* Ensure technology is aligned with [A] goals and objectives.
* Identify and analyze problems across projects or domain areas.
* Keep in mind business requirements when deploying infrastructure such as high availability, redundancy and disaster recovery into the logical/physical design that may be needed
* Research, pilot, evaluate new technologies and standards. Identify how they will integrate with the corporate network and recommends strategies, keeping high security and usability in mind.
* Solve unusual problems or problems with a significant impact on the business.
* Liaise with the dev group, and any vendors around infrastructure needs/requirements.
* Inform Project and/or Resource Manager on any issues or risks.
* Other related tasks and projects as assigned.
**What is [A]?**
[A] is the Content Intelligence Service, and we work with clients to create a Content Intelligence System. The Content Intelligence System is a holistic set of people, processes, and tools that maximize content-ROI by ensuring content is coherent, self-aware, and quantum. By creating a Content Intelligence System, we increase the effectiveness and ROI of the content assets while reducing overall costs. [A] works holistically to build all aspects of a content intelligence system in partnership with clients and agencies. This includes not just the technology architecture and implementation, but enabling companies with the organizational muscles to drive content intelligence.
**[A] Team Benefits**
Being an [A]gent comes with its benefits. Work from anywhere. Advance your career on the leading-edge of the content and technology sciences. But many [A]gents find the best part of working as an [A]gent are the other [A]gents you work with and the culture at [A].
We take care of each other and we honor each other's work and contributions to the team. We work to make ourselves better and our [A] team better. We make efforts to adapt new technologies and methodologies that can help us optimize our time, and we expect you to collaborate on these efforts if you’re an expert on any of those fields. We communicate and reach out to other [A] players. We love learning. We love teaching. We write. We code. We support each other. For the right people, working at [A] feels like coming home.
If this sounds like you, then write up a cover letter letting [A] know why you want to work at [A], what you do best, and what inspires you. A great cover letter will say much more than the resume (though we'd like to see that too).