Windows SysAdmin - AWS

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5 May 2021

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Windows SysAdmin London to £32k

Windows SysAdmin / Systems Engineer (AWS) Industry-leading technology company that specialises in leading-edge software products and consultancy services for the pharmaceutical industry is seeking a tech-driven Windows SysAdmin with strong AWS experience to join their dynamic team.

As a Windows SysAdmin you'll take ownership of 1st line to 3rd line support duties and server support to back end hardware verification. You'll play an integral role in the company's technical ecosystem, providing business-wide back up and support, maintaining internal business systems, customer cloud environments and will liaise with key individuals across the global team to assist with workstation configuration.

From maintaining electronic recordkeeping to procuring hardware, diagnosing issues and performing user administration, this is a high-visibility, high-impact role where you could make a real difference in supporting a highly successful company.

*Please note: this company can offer a remote interview and onboarding process during the current social distancing measures. You'll join colleagues at South London offices in due course*

  • You have commercial experience in a similar role supporting a predominantly Microsoft Windows environment
  • You have AWS knowledge and experience
  • You have working knowledge of virtualisation (preferably Microsoft Hyper-V)
  • You have an understanding of network infrastructure
  • You've had some exposure to relational databases (preferably Oracle)

As a Windows SysAdmin you'll earn a highly competitive salary (to £32k) plus a comprehensive benefits package.

If you're interested in this Windows SysAdmin / Systems Engineer (AWS) role, apply now or call 020 8016 4450 today for a confidential discussion.

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