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Senior System Administrator

Company Overview

GMMI is a leading brand in global cost containment.  For 25 years we have set the standard for superior customer service, diligent medical case management and in depth claims administration. 

GMMI's Senior Management and Operational Management Teams include professionals with a solid grasp of the industry we continue to lead.

Our Core Values of Commitment, Integrity, Client Focus and Customer Care are applied 24/7/365 in our state-of-the art Pembroke Pines location and reach beyond borders via our mission and company credo.

Since 1992 we have continued to invest in our clients, their members, our providers and the diverse staff who support our quest for top notch service.

Job Summary

We are looking for a Senior System Administrator to join our IT department. You’ll be responsible for managing our PC’s, servers and network infrastructures.

Senior System Administrator responsibilities include, monitoring system performance and configuring new software and hardware. To be successful in this role, you should have excellent troubleshooting skills and hands-on experience with various operating systems.

Ultimately, you will ensure our software, hardware, desktops, Video Telecommunications, servers and networks run smoothly.

  • The Systems Administrator  role will help improve the productivity of employees by providing a single point of contact for Infrastructure problem resolution and serve as a liaison for the Implementation and support for Production Hardware/Software. This is accomplished via continued monitoring, diagnosis, identification and resolution of problems with hardware, third-party and proprietary software, Servers conditioning and deployment, Backup of VMWare environment as well as Administration of VMware VIEW VDI and SAN storage in a timely and professional manner via telephone, messaging, email communication, and hands-on support.
  • Monitor and maintain all Windows Computer Servers, Disk Storage and VMWare environment throughout the organization.
  • Build and Install New Systems and application using different Technologies, as VMware View images or Microsoft Deployment Services.
  • Participates in Infrastructure design and redundancy planning.
  • Troubleshoot and takes ownership of issues that arise with various applications and systems and works to resolve them until a resolution is reached.
  • Facilitate effective and supportive team relationships to resolve Operational and Interdepartmental problems quickly.
  • Configuring internal systems
  • Diagnosing and troubleshooting technical issues
  • Configure internal systems
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot technical issues
  • Maintain and Upgrade the network infrastructure
  • Install servers, devices and firewalls
  • Train new system users and set up their accounts
  • Monitor the performance of servers, software and hardware
  • Ensure the smooth deployment of new applications
  • Update technical documentation
  • Ability to follow leadership direction
  • Familiar with and use Change control

Qualifications and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in IT field or related.
  • A+, NET+, MCSA or MCSE related certifications are preferred.
  • Working knowledge of Domain Name Systems as well as Active Directory.
  • TCP/IP Networking and Internet Routing troubleshooting skills.
  • Experience with DELL Servers, SAN as well as Switching Technologies, VLAN, TRUNKING, RIP, OSPF.
  • Ability to write scripts, batch files and automated processes.
  • Able to handle stress and multiple projects with competing interests for time.
  • Knowledge of Backup Software, Veritas, VEEAM, VM-Explorer or others available solutions.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills.

Benefits and Perks

  • GMMI offers a rich variety of benefits including:
  • Company sponsored health ,GAP, dental and vision insurance
  • Company sponsored short term and long term disability
  • Generous paid time off
  • 401K with company contribution
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Multi-cultural, family oriented environment
  • Devotion to people development and providing high achievers opportunities to grow professionally
  • Modern, LEED building centrally located in Broward County, 20 minutes from Dade or Palm Beach County.  Walking distance to top of the line shopping and restaurants.







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