Can you be comfortable being uncomfortable? Can you do 2 or 3 jobs instead of only one? Are you fine with always speaking your mind? Can you lead, execute, and stay focused despite many distractions, and do the work yourself if needed?
At Aculocity, we fight for the customer’s needs. We are disrupting the data industry by putting the customers’ needs first. We custom-build software designed to deliver value to the customer, and integrate with existing systems and data to give the customer a holistic view of their business.
It takes a special kind of person to be a part of this business in transformation. We are privately owned and expect our team members to act with an owner mindset: Relentless about creating value for the customer. Dogged about finding efficiencies and eliminating waste. Standing arm and arm with the rest of the team until the job is done—and ready to do it again the next day, with a smile.
It is not easy do things differently in this industry. But we do it—because we are passionate about improving the lives of the drivers that use our trucks.
What will you do as the System Administrator for Aculocity?
The System Administrator will be part of a team supporting over 400 users in technologically mixed, dynamic and demanding operating environment. System infrastructure is primarily utilizes Windows environment while Linux/UNIX hosts are present and being used extensively. Main computing hardware emphasis is made on Hewlett-Packard equipment while CISCO is a primary network hardware vendor.
Team member’s area of responsibility will include but not limited to day to day end user requests, system and network architecture and support tasks, new technologies research, working out and development of new projects research, and more. There may be 5% to 10% of travel.
The System Administrator will work within a team to direct, manage and operate the corporate technology infrastructure to ensure high levels of ability, performance, stability, security as well as the long term viability of the underlying technologies. Lead and contribute to multiple infrastructure-related projects with a variety of complex activities include planning, designing, developing, installing, configuring, proactively maintaining, supporting, and optimizing IS systems. This individual also drives and manages the planning and implementation of policies and procedures in accordance with Rotary International technology standards and goals.
What does it take to be a part of our team? Proficient system engineer for Microsoft servers and R&D with general understanding of all aspects of IS infrastructure and strength in one or more of the following areas: Degree and certifications helpful.
• SAN and storage
• IIS, Load Balancing and web technologies.
• Software R&D support.
• Enterprise MDM (AirWatch)
• Mobile Telephony (Android, iOS, BlackBerry)
• Strong skills and experience in troubleshooting and resolving complex infrastructure, server and application issues including root cause analysis, stabilization and remediation.
• Ability to communicate and work effectively with other IS teams as well as individuals and vendors in other countries.
Where will you work? The successful candidate will work out of GVW’s North American headquarters, located in Highland Park, Illinois, and have occasional responsibilities in Rolling Meadows, IL and will report to our Director of Global Infrastructure.
What do we offer in benefits? We offer an attractive compensation and benefits package to include salary and benefits such as medical/dental/vision options, retirement/401K plans, etc.
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