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Senior Systems Engineer (VMware) - USACE
PORTLAND OR 97240
Category: Other
  • Your pay will be discussed at your interview

Job code: lhw-e0-89772353

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  Job posted:   Thu May 17, 2018
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Senior Systems Engineer (VMware) - USACE

**Job Title**
Senior Systems Engineer (VMware) - USACE
**Location**
Portland, OR
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Job Description**

World Wide Technology, Inc. has an opportunity available for a Senior Systems Engineer (VMware) supporting the USACE - IT contract. The responsibilities include, reporting to the Chief Systems Engineer, works in a VMware and VDI environment that includes compute infrastructure, virtualization and virtual desktop design, architecture, configuration, and deployment. Translates business needs into long-term architecture solutions. Defines, designs, and builds compute infrastructure, virtualization and virtual desktop design environments. Responsible for developing compute infrastructure, virtualization and virtual desktop design architecture and artifacts, evaluating hardware and software platforms, configurations, and integrating systems. Evaluates current environment for additional performance efficiencies, stability, reliability, and serviceability, and security posture.

**Qualifications**

* Interim Secret Clearance required prior to start

* Engineer will possess a CISSP certification.

* Current knowledge of IT requirements analysis, including capacity planning and interface integration. Breadth of knowledge will include hypervisors, blade servers, converged and hyper-converged hardware platforms, virtual desktop software, etc. Engineer will be fully versed with PC over Internet Protocol, RDP, and preferably with VMware Horizon software.

* Previous experience with multi-site, multi-vendor enterprise IT architecture. Engineer will document and socialize network design and design considerations to a change-management team.

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