Fuse Engineering

HPC Field Service Technician (FM-805-3)

Job Locations US-UT-Salt Lake City
Job ID
2018-1404
Category
Information Technology

Overview

The ideal candidate will have experience such as creating, modifying and deleting user accounts, performing system back-ups, and maintaining system configuration files. Individual shall have a fundamental understanding of operating systems and be familiar with either UNIX or NT commands or utilities at the user level. Also experience shall include the installation and configuration of hardware, operating systems, and commercial software packages. Individual shall be able to develop and implement enterprise backup/recovery strategies, server configuration and consolidation, and verification of the health and status of the entire IT infrastructure. Individual shall be able to provide support for enterprise services such as DNS, NFS, and email. 

 

Candidate will also  have experience with an understanding of the concepts, procedures and guidelines to solve highly complex problems in the maintenance and hardware/software network infrastructure. Experience performing system set-up, experiments and diagnostics to evaluate printed circuit board exchanges, and troubleshoot and make component repairs based on test results. Knowledge and experience of LINUX Operations Systems, Knowledge and experience in electronics component repair. Ability to communicate and work well in an effective team environment. Ability to lift ~50lbs.

Responsibilities

This position is 20% Engineering Technican and 80% Systems Administration 

Qualifications

A TS/SCI security clearance with polygraph.

 

An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

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