£570 - £620 per day
28 days ago
6 Months +
Windows / System Monitoring Architect
+ Role Type: Contract
+ Contract length: 6 Months +
+ Location: Hampshire - Generally 4/5 days on site (Some flex)
+ Day rate: £570 - £620 Per Day Inside IR35
*Must hold DV Clearance
Are you an experienced IT professional with extensive Windows Architecture experience? Can you take responsibility for System Monitoring designs for complex solutions through development into live service? Do you want to make an impact and change the way the world works?
We are looking for a Windows / System Monitoring Architect to deliver new systems for our customers. Your role will involve:
Work as part of a multi skilled agile team, where teamwork is paramount. The role will be challenging and varied, where cross training is expected and challenges shared.
You will have the responsibility of owning the delivery of a work package from design, through prototyping, ensuring the work package meets the functional and non-functional requirements. The skills necessary to troubleshoot and problem solve. The candidate will script repeatable unit tests to exercise functionality, which will account for desired and undesired outcomes.
You will continue to support the work package through user piloting and into production.
You will continue to be on hand to provide early life support, as well as creating and maintain support and design documentation to assist users and support personnel in maintaining the work package throughout its life.
You will be responsible for the delivery of ongoing change to the work package, in response to evolving user requirements.
You will possess an excellent knowledge of Windows Server 2016 & 2019. From its architecture, through to securing it, including the creation of gold builds using tools suc as Packer for delivery which accept the parameters required.
You must have advanced knowledge of Microsoft Windows Systems administration within an enterprise environment - Delivery of configuration change via GPO, Registry, Filesystem, Powershell cmdlets or WMI as well as Windows update and patching mechanisms including Windows Installer.