ARS (Action Request System) Security Engineer

Company Name:
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Duration: 12 + months
MUST HAVE STRONG ARS EXPERIENCE
The candidate will be responsible for systems engineering and support for Dell-Quest lines of product related to Active Directory, Windows and/or NAS file shares.
The candidate will be exposed to Quest Active Roles Server and other directory analysis tools (Quest Change auditor, Quest Reporter, Quick Connect for AD), and troubleshooting of user issues within Active Roles server environment.
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering or a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, technical training, or work experience.
8-10 years of related systems engineering experience.
MCSE or MCITP with 5 years minimum experience as a Quest Active Roles server administrator, Windows Server 2008/2012 and Active Directory services administrator.
Maintenance and management of Quest Active Roles server Audit compliance and validation of security groups within Active Directory Serve as subject matter expert on Quest Active Roles server, Quest Quick Connect.
Interface with security and open systems teams on technical matters concerning Active Directory access control and authorization.
Ensure Active Directory access control is in compliance with Security Standards.
Maintenance and management of Dell-Quest change auditor.
Maintenance and management of Dell-Quest Reporting tool.
Must have 3-5 years of experience in PowerShell scripting, T-SQL and ASP.NET.
Knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server or other database platforms is a plus.
Strong troubleshooting and conflict resolution skills.
Knowledge of proper IT security procedures, positive customer interface skills.
Ability to conduct research into application issues and products as required.
Experience creating system architecture diagrams and writing comprehensive documentation.
Experience working in a team-oriented collaborative environment

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