Job ID: 309

Two Six  Technologies is looking for a Systems Administrator to work in a fast paced, research driven organization. The ideal candidate will enjoy critical problem solving and display the ability to successfully help support the administration needs of the company. 

Responsibilities Include:

  • Providing tiered support for applications and services both cloud and on premise.
  • Strive to be the "subject matter expert" on those systems.
  • Act as systems/security administrator for applications and services.
  • Maintain application compliance via configuration, patching, updates, etc.
  • Assist in pre-install tasking like scoping, sizing, planning, networking, etc. for potential new applications and services.
  • Support integration efforts between applications and services. (APIs, Data File Transfer, etc.)
  • Support activities to integrate new companies and employees into existing services as Two Six Tech grows.
  • Develop application/service training, as needed, for users.
  • Maintain documentation for support, usage, and compliance for applications/services.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 2+ years experience with administration of multiple applications.  Activities like setup, permission setting, troubleshooting, configuration, backups, etc. 
  • 2+ years experience with scripting languages and/or automation tools
  • 2+ years experience with operating systems administration (MacOS and Linux)
  • 2+ years help desk experience with platforms such as Jira Service Desk. 
  • Familiarity with remote system access tools. (Both graphical and terminal)
  • Familiarity with Hypervisors such as Proxmox, VMWare, and/or VirtualBox.

Nice If You Have: 

  • Demonstrated integration (API) skills/experience.
  • Familiarity with container technologies such as Docker and/or LXC.
  • Experience with data/application backup methods and systems.
  • Operating Systems administration experience (Windows, MacOS, and/or Linux)
  • Deeper networking skills such as routing, Wireless, and firewall/ACLs
  • Familiarity with CI/CD pipelines and project lifecycle 
  • Familiarity with IAM services (OKTA, OneLogin, Duo)
  • Familiarity with cloud service providers such as AWS.

Clearance Requirements:

  • Eligibility for Security clearance




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