IT Disaster Recovery Analyst

$125,000 - $135,000

Full Time

  • Work from home


Disaster RecoveryBusiness ContinuityCloudIaaSSaaSSRMZertoAutomationOrchestrationBusiness Impact Analysis

Job Description

IT Disaster Recovery Analyst

Salary: $125k-$135k + 10% Bonus

Location: Hybrid role 2 days in-office/3 days remote in either location

Dallas, TX / Miramar, FL

**We are unable to provide sponsorship for this role**

**Bonus Eligible**



  • Strong understanding of Ransomware recovery and architectural of Isolated Recovery Environments
  • Subject matter expertise in IT Disaster Recovery with a minimum of 3 years of Disaster Recovery experience
  • 7+ years of experience in an Information Technology discipline
  • 5+ years of experience with developing / testing recovering strategies for cloud (IaaS / SaaS) based applications
  • Working knowledge of recovery tools such as SRM and Zerto
  • Strong project manager skills with 5+ years of hands-on experience
  • 5 + years of experience with automation and orchestration tools for recovering applications at alternate locations
  • Experience developing business impact analysis documents



  • Coordinates with various information technology and business groups to identify critical systems and dependencies, and the potential vulnerabilities and risks that could result in catastrophic impact.
  • Coordinates and executes Ransomware Rebuild simulation tests, documents results recovery time capabilities, issues, and resolutions through post-testing analysis.
  • Serves as tertiary back-up during tabletop exercises or actual catastrophic disaster recovery or business continuity events.
  • Identify and mitigate risks
  • Collaborates with business and IT stakeholders to identify, analyze, understand and prioritize activities by business value and urgency.
  • Develops consultative partnerships with internal teams and leaders to understand their strategic objectives, key performance indicators and reporting requirements.
  • Supports communications, meetings, and other collaborations as appropriate to effectively perform work and to understand, resolve, and/or mitigate risks, issues, obstacles, and conflicts