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Infrastructure Architect - Virtualization - Health Management Associates, Inc (Naples, FL)

Requisition Number 12-0189 City, State Naples, FL Job Description ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Establish robust monitoring and maintenance processes for large Citrix and VMware Farms. Establish and maintain relationships with involved vendors at a senior technical level. Communicates and coordinates scheduled events and downtimes to users. Insures all systems are backed up and mirrored to disaster recovery sites. Coordinates third-party maintenance for server hardware and software services. Interfaces with the local system administrators when applicable to set up and maintain new systems. Participate in system, application, acquisition or divestiture projects as needed. May be subject to on-call 24 hours, seven days a week on a rotating schedule. Must be able to travel up to 25% of the year (less than 10% most likely) Job Requirements EDUCATION, SKILLS & EXPERIENCE: Required Skills/Certifications: BSCS or equivalent experience VMware and/or Citrix technical certification (e.g., VCP, VCAP, CCA, CCAA) Desired Skills/Certifications: Master's degree in computer science, healthcare, or business Advanced VMware and Citrix technical certification (e.g., VCAP-DCD, VCAP-DCA, VCDX, CCEE, CCIA) Project Management certification (PMP) Required Experience: Advanced technical knowledge and experience with systems infrastructure Data Center/Server Operational Components (Monitoring, Management, etc.) ITIL concepts, in particular for Problem and Configuration Management Experience implementing and maintaining a systems methodology Asset Management (Experience with tools/process) Designing and implementing server solutions Designing scalable server architectures for critical business systems Experience in project management and detailed technical planning Planning future server capacity Implementing disaster recovery processes and procedures Performance tuning of servers and related systems Writing scripts for automation of tasks as appropriate Facility Health Management Associates Source:

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