Sr. Systems Administrator

Connect the people who matter to the data they need the most. At BAE Systems Intelligence & Security, our cutting edge teams are providing customers with the latest technologies in cloud, cyber, software development and virtualization to enhance intelligence collaboration and make the world a safer place. We're ready for any challenge – are you game? Join us and learn what Inspired Work is all about.

The Development Support Systems Administrator is a critical resource for the development team. This position supports development and test of new capabilities and their integration into the system, and supports a small, Agile team, providing the critical tools, technologies, and operational resources required to meet or beat an intense development schedule. This position's responsibilities range from creating and administering the development environment, to evaluating and testing new technologies for the team, to developing complex scripts for system and application support using capabilities such as Windows Desired State Configuration to tailor environmental capabilities and software deployment. This staff member will lead weekly maintenance activities and serve as mentor and trainer to junior system administrators. The Development Support Systems Administrator will work as a team member with the software engineers, vendors and other engineers to help resolve complex issues. The Development Support Systems Administrator must have familiarity with Agile processes, an ability to write and implement source code and scripts, and will be a leading member of the Agile team, participating in the full lifecycle.

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