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SCOM Engineer/Architect

Looking for an SCOM Engineering/Architect

Looking for a Senior Systems Senter Operation Manager (SCOM) Administrator. This role is heavy on the Server Side, delivery SCOM views, remote desktop views, design engineering support, monitoring on windows, some AIX and linux, Powershell Scripting a MUST to automate SCOM.

The Senior System Center Operation Manager (SCOM) Administrator is responsible for managing and maintaining the RLS enterprise SCOM platform. The SCOM platform is the primary solution for monitoring all technology systems and applications globally.

The Senior SCOM Administrator will be responsible for collaborating with the Platform, Network, and Database engineering teams, as well as, application support teams to determine requirements for filters, events, alerts, and dashboards and reporting in various monitoring tools.

Job Requirements

  • BS/BA in Computer Science
  • Minimum 7 to 10 years of related work experience including solid exposure to enterprise architecture
  • Experience with the installation and administration of Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2012
  • Experience in application/network performance and availability monitoring
  • Experience using the Microsoft Windows PowerShell Scripting engine to automate tasks with SCOM
  • Experience with System Center Configuration Manager 2012
  • Experience with System Center Orchestrator
  • Knowledge of multiple processor systems, RAID hardware, SCSI attached, and storage area network solutions, preferably experience with HP and EMC hardware.
  • Knowledge of BMC Patrol, EasyVista ITSM, Nagios, Silect MP Author/Studio, XML, and SNMP
  • Must be a self-starter demonstrating the willingness to address/resolve ambiguity and conflict within complex business change projects.
  • Promote and follow prescribed project management guidelines for RLS projects


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