OneNeck IT Solutions

Storage Architect

Job Locations US-AZ-Scottsdale
ID
2020-15980
Company
OneNeck IT Solutions

Overview

OneNeck IT Solutions LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of TDS, Inc. and a national IT solutions provider, is seeking a Storage Architect to join our technical team in Scottsdale, AZ.

Responsibilities

The Storage Architect develops, administers and communicates the strategy for primary and secondary (backup, archive, other) data storage for OneNeck. This position evaluates and recommends various storage architecture and engineering alternatives that most economically accommodate present and anticipated storage-related services. This position also develops support protocols and procedures, including monitoring, reporting, patching, preventative maintenance, etc., for hosted and managed storage services. 

Qualifications

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in Engineering, Computer Science or related field -AND- at least five years progressive experience designing, implementing, and operating a large-scale infrastructure and storage area network (SAN)
  • As part of the five years progressive experience designing, implementing, and operating a large-scale infrastructure and storage area network (SAN) qualified applicants must also have:
    • 5 years experience managing/supporting EMC RecoverPoint, EMC Clariions and EMC NAS replication technologies
    • 3 years experience managing/supporting at least three of the following: Isilon, ExtremeIO, Nimble, NetApp or VNX
    • 2 years experience managing technology partnerships, including implementing and operating products and services for an IT services or solutions provider
    • 2 years experience zoning from a command line without a GUI

To apply for this position, or to learn more about our company, please visit oneneck.com.

 

Employment at OneNeck is subject to post-offer, pre-employment drug testing.  

EEO/AA Employer/Vets/Disability.

 

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