SAN/NAS System Administrator

SAN/ NAS System Administrator
Location: Taguig City

NAS System Administrator required to work within a global support team to our client.

The Storage Administrator will be responsible for but not limited to: Architecting and implementing new SAN and NAS hardware and software, architect solutions based on user and customer requirements, investigate and demo new technologies, data migrations, data identification, documentation, Level 3 support, operational reporting, and asset returns for the one of our customers business and PAC/Hospital hosted data centers.

Must be able to analyze and problem solve complex technical issues with minimal supervision. Must work well within a team environment and communicate well to a diverse set of colleagues. Must be able to automate and document routine tasks for support teams. Key responsibilities of this position include:
• Maintain a stable, predictable, and scalable NAS environment
• Work directly with the global SAN/NAS and local team leads and establish operating mechanism for weekly communication, strategy, and problem & resolution management.
• Manage projects through design and implementation for hardware/software replacements along with the migrations of complex data protection systems.
• Be a part of a team environment and communicate clear, concise messages to Client Teams, Suppliers, Regulatory leaders, IT and Functional Leadership on operations and support activities.
• Ensure conformance to established system architecture, methods, regulations, standards and practices and participate in their creation.
• Participate in long range planning and assure consistency with business objectives for: data retention, data organization, SLAs and regulatory compliance.
• Maintain and/or develop processes to maintain business continuous that meet compliance requirements and capabilities along with co-ordinate and document the execution of disaster recovery plans to meet regulatory requirements.
• Initiate direct communication with a wide range of client, supplier, regulatory, application, architectural, and systems personnel.
• Help set the vision for the SAN and NAS organization and define projects to achieve that vision.
• Strong skill and worked with NetApp NAS and EMC NAS
• Excellent Celerra and HDS storage builder skills

Essential experience/Qualifications:
• B.S. Degree in Computer Science / Information Technology or related field
• Must have good oral and written communication skills and be able to discuss technical issues with users, vendors and customers having diverse technical and business backgrounds.
• administration experience with Network Appliance hardware and software.
• administration experience with Solaris Operating Systems
• experience on mid-range models
• Proven interpersonal, written/verbal communication, organizational and leadership skills.
• Ability to maintain leading edge skills in a rapidly changing environment
• experience with server or storage technologies

• Extensive working experience with NetApp and EMC enterprise storage technologies
• Working experience with Oracle, SAP, Veritas File System, Volume Manager and DB Edition
• Administration & installation experience w/ Netapp, EMC Centera & Clarion, Hitachi Tagmastore
GxP, FDA, Sarbanes-Oxley, NHS and other regulatory compliance experience
• Experience working in ASP or PACS data centers
• Proven project management experience
• Any experience in the following roles is also advantageous: SAN Administrator, NAS Administrator, Storage Administrator, UNIX administrator, Project Manager


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NOTE: No Fees will be collected. Only qualified applicants will be entertained. Your resume is being kept with utmost confidentiality. All questions and inquiries will be answered during interview.

2 responses to “SAN/NAS System Administrator

  1. Cloud storage is the future of networks but somehow expensive. If you are holding critical amount of data, it would be better to have both. Security of data is an issue when it comes to cloud.


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