Windows Systems Administrator at Community Owned Health Provider

South San Francisco, California


Full Time

$87k - $117k

One of the nation’s top community owned healthcare providers is currently hiring a Windows Systems Administrator to work in South San Francisco (hybrid in office & remote). Being a government agency that provides medical care, this is an excellent opportunity to both help your local community while getting stellar medical benefits for you and any/all dependents!
The Windows Systems Administrator’s first major project will be working on setting up back-ups using VEEM for the entire environment including VMs virtualized with VMware and SQL databases. The System Administrator will also maintain the existing VMware environment, deal with SQL issues, help with Security Remediation, manage O365, and write Powershell scripts. For Powerhsell, the most important skill is being able to figure out how to automate tasks independently, but you do not need to be a SME.
Remote work is an option, but this position does require working in office in South San Francisco, CA. 100% remote is not an option.
Cash compensation includes base salary and retirement plan where the employer contributes equivalent of 10% of base salary. Required Skills & Experience
  • 4+ years in Windows Systems Administration
  • Strong experience setting up back-up solutions with VEEM or similar tool.
  • Strong experience with VMware
  • Familiarity with Powershell
  • Experience with Office 365 (O365)
  • Experience with Active Directory (AD)
Desired Skills & Experience
  • VSphere
  • Azure
  • MDM (Intune, Airwatch, Kandji, etc)
  • Networking
What You Will Be Doing Tech Breakdown
  • 85-100% Windows Systems Administration
  • 0-15% Linux and Network Systems Administration
Daily Responsibilities
  • 100% Hands On
  • 0% Management Duties
The Offer You will receive the following benefits:
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance, including 90% paid for each dependent’s premiums
  • Retirement Plan (company contributes equivalent of 10% of annual compensation)
  • Tuition reimbursement plan
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the US on a full-time basis now and in the future.

Posted by: John O'Dell

Specialization: Windows