Network Directory and Infrastructure Services Administration. Knowledge of domain administration and troubleshooting, Active Directory, Microsoft FIM, Exchange, Microsoft Office365 and supporting technologies, Microsoft Azure, NPS, Federation and SQL Server administration required
Job Title: Network Security Technician
Job Category: Full-Time, Temp to Hire
Location: North Chicago, IL
Schedule: Monday through Friday 8: 00 am to 5: 00 pm
Job Responsibilities of the Warehouse Operations:
Provide technical Level III problem isolation and resolution for a Global Active Directory Network.
Configures and performs advanced diagnostics on infrastructure components and cloud based applications.
Understands and repairs Domain infrastructure including DNS, DHCP, ADLDS, ADFS and FIM Sync.
Understands and can configure/install Windows Server 2008r2/2012r2 technologies for domain controllers and Radius Authentication servers.
Repair and recover from hardware or software failures.
Rotate on-call and must be available to work a varied shift schedule in a 7x24 hour operations center environment.
Initiate major outage communication technical bridges as requested.
Apply fix procedures as instructed for repetitive events as instructed and coordinate with impacted constituencies.
Job Requirements of the Warehouse Operations:
Associates Degree Minimum, prefer Computer Science or technology area or telecommunications science business minor.
3 to 6 months of specialized technical courses in Windows and Active Directory technology's typically provided by vendors, technical societies, or equivalent experience.
Superior knowledge of Active Directory overall and its administrative components.
Perform domain administration for 61, 000+ workstations including domain controllers, NPS, Windows 2003/2008R2/2012 server hardware, dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP), domain name servers (DNS) configuration integrated with active directory, desktop configuration and end user support.
Candidate will have worked in an AD environment that has done acquisition and divestiture work, Candidate will have worked with products such as ADMT, and ADLDS and the roles they play in M&A activities such as management of active directory structure in creation, administration of organizational units (OU), containers and sub containers throughout the domain from geographic to organizational standards, while setting policies and permissions.
Candidate should have expert knowledge of Federation protocols including OAuth, SAML, WSFed, and a deep understanding of the IDP and SP roles associated with Federation environments.
Candidate will have worked with Office 365 from an Identity standpoint and have an understanding of Azure Active Directory Sync and Identity Federation for Cloud services.
Expertise should include attribute mapping and troubleshooting as well as rule sets associated with AADSync.
Candidate must be able to correctly configure servers and clients for all services.
Can isolate and repair most DNS and IP service problems.
Understands and uses the appropriate tools in all instances during problem isolation and repair.
Possesses an in depth understanding of communications technologies and can isolate and resolve most infrastructure issues.