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Data Center Facility Administrator

Position Summary: SDSA is seeking a Data Center Facility Administrator with a diverse range of facility and data center infrastructure management (DCIM) software tools as well as expertise in day-to-day data center operations tasks, including rack/stack and server decommissioning, and physical installation of servers and devices for the Data Center in Ridgefield Park, NJ. Responsibilities: Assist with Data Center Management (Power, Power usage, Temperature, Humidity, Cold/Hot zone, Check In/Out, Data center contract) Asset Management and report (Equipment, Parts, Spare items included) HW construction support/responsibility (Vendor Control included) Maintain Customer Relations Provide weekly/monthly report of onsite activity Participate in IT related conferences and be able to provide meeting analysis Adapt to the customer's fast-paced and fast-changing Road Map Cooperate and coordinate with onsite team members SDSA Asset Management (Equipment, Parts, Spare items included) HW warranty responsibility Provide various reports accordingly for current projects (monthly report included) Travel to other Data Centers (TX, VA, CA) when needed. 5-10% of the time. Requirements: Fast leaner, team player, work closely with local IT team. Maintaining server rooms of 500+ servers Run and Terminate CAT 5 and Cat 6 within Data Centers Responsible for Asset and Infrastructure Change Management processes within all Data Centers Ability to conduct asset tagging, labeling and tracking Self-perform server diagnostic and troubleshooting Physically assist in moving and racking equipment as directed Bachelor's Degree in Information technology or related field PLUS Experience and knowledge of Data Center Schneider DCIM. Exposure to Enterprise server systems, NFS storage systems, Cisco Networking Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Prescription, 401(k), PTO (Paid Time Off)

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