Senior Systems Administrator – Bearskin Services – Contact =

Senior Systems Administrator

IT Division has a need for a Senior Systems Administrator with 5+ years of experience to work as part of the contract team on a long-term Federal government contract.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for all Windows Systems and Active Directory Domain which includes
    • Windows Server 2003
    • Windows Server 2008 R2
    • Windows 7
    • VMware vCenter/ESXi 5.1
    • Exchange 2010
    • CommVault Sympana 9
    • Citrix XenApp
    • Barracuda SPAM/Firewall
  • Maintain critical SCADA systems in strict compliance with NERC CIP standards, including:
    • Security/Operational Testing
    • Patch Management
    • Event Analysis and Reporting
    • Malware Prevention
    • Backup and Recovery
  • Responsible for researching and recommending new technologies that will benefit client’s corporate objectives and visions
  • Setup and implement system security policies and procedures
  • Provide guidance to employees in lower job levels

Skill Requirements:

  • Considered to be a top level contributor/specialist
  • Team player
  • Drive for results
  • Ability to communicate complex and unfamiliar ideas easily and at all levels within the organization
  • Solid technical writings skills
  • Provide training and technical support for users with varying levels of IT knowledge and competence
  • Strong analytical and troubleshooting abilities
  • Strong planning and implementation skills
  • Sharp attention to detail
  • Experience in working with compliance requirements, audits, documentation and other deliverables

Job Requirements:

  • Occasional evening and/or weekend hours
  • On-call rotation
  • Some travel required
  • U.S. Citizenship required

To apply, send resume and cover letter to:

or fax to:


You may also apply in person at:

15 Turtle DR Wyandotte, OK 74370

The Wyandotte Nation gives first preference to Wyandotte Nation Citizens; all other Tribal Affiliations second and non-tribal affiliates third.


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