BH 21949 - Messaging Admin

Company Name:
Open Systems Technologies
Responsibilities would include:
The Messaging Administrator is responsible for the day-to-day administration, operation, and support of enterprise messaging infrastructure including Microsoft Exchange 2007, SMTP Edge Systems, e-mail compliance systems and Blackberry Mobile Technologies. This person must be a deep and broad hands-on Exchange expert, as well as a strategic thinker responsible for providing IT service organizational functions including incident, request, change, problem, and knowledge management. This role entails 24x7 off-hours on-call responsibilities. This person must be able to work well in a team, but also have the ability to work independently. This person must also be willing to learn and engage with other technologies in order to support the overall team within Collaboration Applications.

Position Requirements:
5+ years Information Technology experience; 3+ years messaging operations experience
Deep and broad Microsoft Exchange 2007 experience
Operational experience with mobile technologies (BES, Good Tech)
Mid- to Large-scale Exchange production operations experience where e-mail and messaging services are mission-critical
Firm understanding of messaging best practices & must be capable of applying best practices to the operational environment
Scripting knowledge (Powershell, etc)

Preferred candidates would also meet the following criteria:
College degree preferred but not required, based on experience
Exchange 201x migration experience desirable
Messaging security and auditing tool experience desirable
SMTP Edge Mail experience desirable
Compliance archiving and edge e-mail experience desirable
Microsoft clustering, Active Directory, Storage Technologies, and general Server administration experience desirable
Experience taking immature operations and making them stable and mature (turnarounds)
Mobile technology experience (iPad, Blackberry)

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