Windows Server Administrator (up to Windows Server 2019 and strong AWS a must!)


$70,000 - $85,000
Full Time


Virtual Desktop/VMware
PowerShell / Login Script management
Active Directory
Group Policy
Windows Server 2012 and later
PDQ Inventory & Deploy
Communication skills
Troubleshooting skills

Job Details

Position: Windows Server administrator
Start : ASAP
Basic hours : 9-5, M-F
Work style : Hybrid (3 days at office, 2 days WFH. But could be 5 days work in the office in the future)
Language : English
Salary : 70 - 85K(base).

- Support and maintain production servers (Windows 2012 R2, 2016, & 2019) on AWS and VMware ESXi platforms
- Operating system provisioning on AWS and ESXi
- Operating system management process improvement
- Server/system backup and restore operations
- Active Directory, Group Policy, logon scripts, and MFP management
- Windows patch management
- Windows operating system security management
- Develop methods for automated application installation and configuration
- Maintain various system health monitoring tools
- Monthly usage/status reporting of server platform
- Assists with assigned projects or research. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Strong knowledge of AWS EC2, Virtual Desktop or VMware Horizon DaaS, vSphere/vCenter
- Strong knowledge of PowerShell scripting and Login Script management
- Strong knowledge of Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, Group Policy
- Experience managing Windows Server 2012 R2 and later, VMware vSphere, SQL database
- Experience supporting WSUS patch management
- Experience with SolarWinds Orion, SolarWinds Security Event Manager or equivalent preferred
- Experience with PDQ Inventory & Deploy
- System backup and recovery, DFSR
- Excellent troubleshooting skills
- Good verbal and written communication skills
- Technical documentation

Employers have access to artificial intelligence language tools (“AI”) that help generate and enhance job descriptions and AI may have been used to create this description. The position description has been reviewed for accuracy and Dice believes it to correctly reflect the job opportunity.