Exchange/Skype Administrator

2 months ago(11/15/2017 11:19 AM)
Posting Location
Atlanta, GA
Req #
Information Technology


The ideal candidate will possess a strong understanding of standard client/server, networking, and internet fundamentals. As well as superior knowledge and demonstrated technical proficiency in Microsoft Exchange/Skype with experience in managing medium to large environments. The ideal candidate will be able to troubleshoot all aspects of Exchange/Skype effectively and understand the product configuration.



  • 5+ years of industry experience in Microsoft products, systems development, network operations, and software support.
  • Possesses deep experience and knowledge with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and later.
  • Experience with the implementation and administration of Microsoft Skype for Business.
  • Experienced with Exchange/Skype system disaster recovery techniques and participation in  planning and testing.
  • Experience in Windows Server 2008/2012 administration in a virtualized environment.
  • Working knowledge of LAN and WAN
  • Familiarity with load balancers
  • Experience with message archiving and retention techniques
  • Knowledge of systems management and monitoring tools e.g. SCOM
  • Constantly monitor and update existing environment to ensure optimal performance.
  • Perform capacity-planning and take appropriate action to meet performance and growth.
  • Proactive server and systems monitoring and performance.
  • Produce procedural and other types of documentation as required.


  • Windows Server 2008/2012
  • Microsoft Exchange 2010 and later - MCSE:Messaging
  • Microsoft Skype for Business
  • TCP/IP, DNS, Local and Wide Area Networking
  • Core Server infrastructure (DNS, DHCP, SNMP, detc.)
  • Must have excellent team and collaboration skills
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision
  • VCP
  • ITILv3
  • IronPort – email and web security


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