Raytheon Systems Administrator in Woburn, Massachusetts

This is a long term temporary position expected duration for a year This position requires a current DoD Secret Clearance Job Description: System Administrators collaborate with a diverse team to support fast-paced, critical programs with classified information system capabilities. Success in this role means you are able to develop, implement and maintain secure, cost-efficient environments across various classified programs. Program teams rely on your collaboration and guidance to define computing requirements and create end-to-end solutions to solve complex IT infrastructure problems. Responsibilities: Assure system reliability and performance through monitoring and infrastructure management Provide system administration and maintenance support on Windows and Linux, and UNIX-based environments in client/server, network and data storage capacities Respond to online service requests from users Ensure server and application compliance with security and performance requirements (NISPOM, RMF) Convert and upgrade to new systems Develop and maintain technical and operational documentation to continually improve our computing environments Engage in knowledge sharing to further develop the overall capability and performance of your technical team Current DoD Secret Clearance Required Experience: 4+ years of experience with Windows operating systems Active Directory and group policy management Data storage and data backup technologies Virtual computing technologies Desired Skills: Security+ certification 4+ years of experience with Linux operating systems including Linux/Unix specific platforms (i.e. RHEL 6.x & 7.x) Ability to collaborate effectively Minimum Education Required: Required Education: 4+ years’ experience or applicable Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Engineering Science, Mathematics or related filed. 115697

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