Arlington, TX US
Area of Interest:
Information Services or Technology
Texas Health Partners
Texas Health Partners is seeking a Server Engineer II for their IS Administration Department.
Responsible for managing directory services, DNS, PKI, virtualization, and server hardware platforms. Has additional responsibilities for maintaining core infrastructure in accordance to best practice design, architecture and deployment. Primary focus on patch management and project support. First level escalation for incidents and change tickets.
Required Minimum Education:
• Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Business, or related field OR four years of relevant experience in lieu of a degree.
Required Minimum Experience:
• 3 years’ experience with technical knowledge of Microsoft and Linux Operating Systems; or Active Directory; or virtualization hypervisors.
• Microsoft Certifications desired, but not required
• Hands-on experience with any two of these technologies:
- Microsoft Active Directory, DNS, WINS, DHCP.
- Microsoft Exchange
- Microsoft SQL
- Microsoft SharePoint
- Microsoft IIS/ASP.NET (Administration/Troubleshooting)
- Virtualization / VMWare
- Dell server and desktop hardware
- Storage Technologies (NAS / SAN)
- Management Tools (SNMP / WMI)
Skills and Abilities:
• Written and verbal communications skills
• Productivity S/W
• Complex problem-solving
• Organization/ prioritization
• Server Core Maintenance/Updates - Virtualization / Directory Services / Server Hardware - monitoring, reporting, support, maintenance and security compliance
• Project Support - customer engagement, compute resource analysis, provisioning, performance tuning and improvement, upgrade and testing
• Administrative skills, planning, documentation, training, and customer service
Headquartered in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Texas Health Partners is a for-profit, wholly owned subsidiary of Texas Health Resources, one of the largest nonprofit health care delivery systems in the United States. The system serves more than 6.3 million people living in 29 counties in north central Texas. Texas Health Partners was formed for the purpose of owning and operating the business of developing, constructing, and managing for profit ambulatory surgery centers and short stay hospitals in North Texas. Texas Health Partners manages four accredited hospitals and a surgery center with other projects constantly in development