Enterprise Information Services, Inc.

Senior Systems Administrator (Linux)

Job Location US-DC | US-VA-Reston
# of Openings
Targeted Job Start Date


Enterprise Information Services (EIS) is currently seeking a Senior Systems Administrator for  EAMS located in Washington, DC or Reston, VA. EIS is a leading mid-tier solutions integrator providing Systems Engineering, Information Technology, and Program Management Office (PMO) services and solutions to the Federal Government for more than 20 years. EIS employs more than 400 professionals in 40 locations in over 25 states and OCONUS.


Candidate will support incremental software deliveries that may require reconfiguration and continuous restructuring . The candidate will build the current infrastructure as new baselines are delivered.

Candidate will be responsible for: installing GOTs/COTs software, monitoring system health, remedying problems, security hardening, performing updates and patching.


Basic Qualifications
•Must be a US Citizen.
•Must have active Top Secret/SCI clearance with CI Poly

•Bachelors degree with 8 years of experience.
•Must have Background in Linux administration, particularly RedHat
•Must have current Security+ CE Certification.
•Must have experience performing system backups, maintaining archives, and data recovery.

•Must have to work individually, to participate actively on integrated teams, and lead multiple tasks, projects or teams.

•Must provide expert guidance and direction to Government and Vendor senior level technicians and managers.


Preferred Qualifications:
•Good working knowledge of scripting languages (sh, bash, perl)
•Experience with VMWare vSphere
•Experience with VMWare storage technologies (e.g., VMDK, vSAN)
•Red Hat Certified Systems Administrator
•Experience with Splunk
•Experience administering Oracle RDBMS and PostgreSQL
•Experience administering in AWS environment


EIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/V/Disabled.


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