Sr Administrator, Network/Active Directory
Coordinates with HQ/base CFPs, or CSTs for physical resolution, as required. Execute tasks as coordinated with ESU on day-to-day support/maintenance activities on the servers and services. Coordinate with appropriate agency to ensure backups and monitoring are being accomplished. Develop and implement testing strategies and document results. Utilize Remedy to document, coordinate, route, resolve, and close user issues. Troubleshoot and resolve complex problems. Have knowledge of PowerShell. Achieve and maintain 8570 certification requirements. Conduct/assist with installs/configurations of the hardware and software for appropriate servers to Air Force Specifications. Maintain proficiency and knowledge on latest technological efforts. Work with Government leadership as the focal point for problem resolution and is the primary point of contact for problems relating to AFNet issues and AFNet user issues on Microsoft Active Directory (AD), Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP), Domain Name Service (DNS) and Group Policy Object (GPO).Perform preventive maintenance and ensure data recovery capability through proper data backup scheduling and execution.
- The ability to optimize the Windows server performance and detect and resolve software and hardware malfunctions in a network environment is of paramount importance.Network administration skills are required in: