Are you a windows systems engineeer with history of DevOps type work (automating processes via scripting, etc.)? Also have exposure to application support? The this contract might be of interest to you.
In short, the end client needs this role in their production support group. The core skill is windows administration and AWS. Devops exposure and associated scripting (vbscript, powershell, batch, and C#) in support of applications is also a plus. Bonus points for candidates that have worked with RPA / Automation Anywhere.
So, if this sounds like you, APPLY TODAY!!!
(in order of desirability)
#1 - Windows Administration, AWS w/ Application Support, 10+ years; Scripting Exposure; Windows Server (2012); RPA a plus. Negative bias on those w/ too much VMWare in work history
SKILLS - CORE:
System Administration - Windows
Cloud -- AWS
SKILLS - MAJORITY REQUIRED:
MS Exchange Server
DBMS -- SQL Server
Microsoft Solutions -- DevOps Support Roles
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SKILLS - ALSO CONSIDERED:
Robotic process automation (RPA).
Experience with high availability environments
1st Language English or equivalent (i.e. 8 years in US, AUS, Singapore, Europe, etc.)
Is the candidate willing, if requested, to authorize background checks and/or education checks as part of selection process?
Is the candidate willing, if requested, to take drug screen as part of selection process?
Screens with candidate (phone and/or video) may be recorded to enable the overall selection process. Are you comfortable with that?
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Employment Type: Contract
Role: Windows Administrator and DevOps
Location: Tampa, FL.
Compensation: Up to $60.00/hr in a c2c/1099 structure. Limited W2 structure also possible but rate drops to $51.00/hr gross. We say gross as the limited w2 rate shown is before employer/employee taxes (not take home; take home would be lower as its after employee taxes which vary).
Payment Terms: Monthly invoice, NET 30 payment off invoice.
Expenses: Included in rate above
Current pool: 0/9 (In Play/Submitted). Click HERE for summary view of candidates submitted so far.
|Last Update ||02/14/19 16:44 PM. Tim Bauer. . (full detail change log at bottom).|
|Shortlist On ||03/04/19|
|Start On ||03/04/19|
|Duration ||Duration is estimated to be 6+ months.|
|1st Post Date ||01/17/19|
|1st Screened by Amplified||0|
|Submitted to Client||1|
|Interviewed by Client||1|
|Client||Shared after 1st Screen|
|Contact for Lead
|Interview Details||Face-to-face interview is NOT required after phone screen. That said, let LEVERAGEncy know on submission if Skype or other options AREN'T an option.|
||Client is only considering candidates with work authorizations of: Any Type
||The overall rating for this lead is A. This is based on contract duration being 6, 1 opening(s), and 0 to 3 competitors at our level or better. You can see a graphical ruberic of how these stats translate to a rating .
|Layers||Between Amplified and the End Client there are 1 layers. In addition, the end client prefers that Amplified limits the layers between Amplified and the Employer of Record of the candidate to 0.|
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