1+ year of experience in maintaining a computer park of 20+ machines, diagnostics and replacement of components
Strong knowledge of Windows
Basic knowledge of macOS and Linux
Confident knowledge of the principles of network technologies (AD, DNS, DHCP, NAT, VPN, FTP, proxy, TCP / IP, STP, VLAN, group policies)
Administration skills of Windows server 2012 \ 2016
Excellent understanding of computers
English: pre-intermediate, speaking, reading and writing skills
Ability to quickly learn new or unfamiliar technology and products using documentation and internet resources
Good communication skills: ability to communicate effectively with internal customers
Initiative, teamwork, ability and desire to work in multitasking mode
Experience with VMWare ESXi
Experience with PowerShell
Experience with MS SQL server
Managing access rights, File Server service quotas
Experience with Zabbix, syslog
Certifications: MCSA, MCSE, other vendor certifications are welcome
Spoken and written English (pre-Intermediate or higher)
Ensuring the uninterrupted operation of IT infrastructure, servers and office workstations
Timely research, resolves, responds and troubleshooting to user issues/problems/questions
Setting up and maintaining the server infrastructure
Configuring and Supporting Networking Equipment
Support Active Directory infrastructure and related systems
Installing and Configuring Peripherals
Maintenance of technical documentation
Performance of routine maintenance, applications, and incidents
Follow Security and Compliance best practices
DataArt is a global software engineering firm. With over 20 years of experience, teams of highly-trained engineers around the world, deep industry sector knowledge, and ongoing technology research, we help clients create custom software that improves their operations and opens new markets. DataArt started out as a company of friends and has a special culture that distinguishes it from other IT outsourcers, such as:
— Flat structure. There are no “bosses” and “subordinates”.
— We hire people not to a project, but to the company. If the project (or your work in it) is over, you go to another project or to a paid “Idle”.
— Flexible schedule, ability to change projects, to work from home, to try yourself in different roles.
— Minimal bureaucracy and micromanagement, convenient corporate services.