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System Administrator - Irvine, CA

Job Description:

Job Title: System Administrator

Location: Irvine/ Tustin, CA Area

FLSA Classification: Exempt, Fulltime

Department: Operations

Reports To: Business Support Division Director

Salary Rate: $50K~80K (System Administrator or Manager : DOE)

Supervisory Responsibility: No

Required experiences:


A global company in Tustin (planning to relocate to Irvine in April) is looking for a System Administrator who will be responsible for administrating, maintaining, and supporting all of the corporate infrastructure servers and services.

The System Administrator must have a deep and broad knowledge of computer software, hardware and networks as well as Expertise in Windows 2008/2012 Server, Exchange, SharePoint, VMware, and Active Directory.




  • Responsible for day to day administration of Microsoft Back office solutions including Active Directory, Exchange, SharePoint, etc.
  • Plan, design, configure, and deploy hardware (physical and virtual) resources against a wide range of requirements and specifications
  • Provide Tier 2-3 support for IT support tickets and incidents.
  • Plan and coordinate system outages, maintenance, and off-hours administration and follow incident, problem and change management processes.
  • Maintain and support enterprise backups for servers.
  • Responsible for installing, configuring and maintaining enterprise level servers.
  • Perform Systems Monitoring and Server Infrastructure administration using individual judgment and initiative with minimum supervision and direction.
  • Evaluate and design efficient technical solutions that meet the long-term hardware and software business needs of Corporate IT.
  • Manage and administer large-scale VMware, Citrix, and VDI infrastructures.
  • Recommend tools to aid in improving operations and maintenance.
  • Document standard operating procedures for all systems related processes.



Minimum of three (3) years of Windows systems administration, preferably.

Knowledge and previous experiences with Active Directory, Exchange, File and Print services, and DNS.

Knowledge and previous experiences of networking principles (TCP/UDP, routing, VLAN, DHCP).

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Irvine, CA
United States of America

Japanese / Japanese

Job Type:
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Posted Date:2/25/2019



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Job Title: System Administrator

Location: Irvine, CA

Job Type: Direct Hire Position

Reference ID: 357448

Posted Date: 2/25/2019

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