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IT Centre
Centralised Computing
Systems Administrator - Windows
To manage, administer and maintain the UK server farm, the role is extremely customer focused and will require liaison with other ALSTOM offices. Additional skills in project management, documentation & security are also sought.

Key areas of responsible for this role will include:-

 Support and administer Windows based Server farm.
 Data storage & backup of Windows and UNIX systems.
 Installation of Servers and application.
 Provide 2nd and 3rd line support to the Distributed computing stream.
 Network support including networking aspects of the IT systems
 Understand IT security aspects related to clients, servers and stand-alone units including Antivirus software.
 Licensing, versioning & implementation of commercial software
 2nd line Support for Citrix thin client technology
 VMWare support

The successful applicant will be an excellent technical problem solver embracing a wide range of technologies, able to work under pressure and willing to work outside of normal hours at short notice. At least 3 years experience of Windows NT/2000 administration is required, whilst a working knowledge of UNIX operating system would be an advantage.

Candidates should be qualified to degree level and have experience of working in a datacentre environment. In addition applicants should have knowledge of some of the following: TCP/IP, DNS/NIS, whilst some knowledge of Database management would be an advantage.

In addition the successful applicant will possess good oral and written communication skills and will be used to working in a customer facing environment.

If you wish to apply, please send CV and covering letter to:
Hilary Evans, HR Manager, ALSTOM Power Service UK, Newbold Road,
Rugby, Warwickshire. CV21 2NH. hilary.evans@power.alstom.com 07801 774608 (mobile)
Internal Candidates must apply via their HR Department
closing date 20th March 2006

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