Sr. Systems Admin - SQL Server - Buffalo, New York United States - 20313

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Job #: 20313
Title: Sr. Systems Admin - SQL Server
Job Location: Buffalo, New York - United States
Employment Type:
Salary: $80,000.00 - $100,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly
Employer Will Recruit From: Local
Relocation Paid?: NO


Sr. Systems Admin - SQL Server

Our client has been an innovative, industry leader, headquartered in the Southtowns for 50 years!  Millions of people across the globe utilize and rely on these products every day. This is a key role and a great opportunity to join a growing  team, that is passionate about technology and the products they develop.   If you are tired of bureaucratic red tape and want to see your ideas come to fruition and your efforts  recognized and rewarded, this is the company for you!

Salary & Benefits

  • Salary is competitive & based on experience. Targeting 85,000-100,000.

  • Christmas through New Years is a paid week of time off in addition to 3 weeks vacation.

  • Flexible personal time off policy

  • Unique work schedule allows for every other Friday off

  • Quarterly profit sharing



About the Job

In this role, you will have a high profile role on a team of around 4 systems administrators.  While this is a broad Systems Administrator role, emphasis is on the following:

  • Supporting ERP / MRP applications
  • Virtualization (HyperV)
  • App-V (or comparable like ThinApp
  • Repackaging
  • SQL Server - including SQL queries, basic performance troubleshooting, SQL Management Studio performance monitoring


  • Requirements

  • Prior experience supporting MRP/Manufacturing systems with emphasis on SQL Server systems
  • SCCM preferred 
  • Virtualization - HyperV and App-V preferred
  • Supporting SQL Server Mgmt Studio and ability to write SQL queries & monitor performance.
  • Experience supporting Microsoft Remote Desktop Services
  • Strong Active Directory, group policy
  • PowerShell scripting preferred