SCRAM Systems/Alcohol Monitoring Systems

Systems Administrator (Senior)

Network Administrator in Denver, CO

Posted 2019-08-13

Provide overall planning, implementation, set up, deployment and administration of the organization’s application’s environments, including servers, network switches, firewalls, network facilities, data centers, data closets and clients as assigned in all company locations. Responsible for applications environment support, hardware, OS, security, storage, printing, backups, performance planning, availability, service, resource utilization and assisting with planning to meet overall business needs and objectives.


As a Senior Network / Systems Administrator for Network Operations / IT this position executes with minimal supervision, following defined procedures, to accomplish the complex elements of technical duties dealing with the entire hardware architecture. The Architecture include servers, switches, network fabric, storage, telephony and computing facilities
Operations - Use and trouble shooting of the operations / systems/ applications of AMS. This support includes the daily operations of the facilities, applications, systems, storage, networks, resource utilization, performance tuning, queues, logging, and job scheduling, and monitoring of the corporate computing network
Security - data and account permissions, physical access, passwords and conducting of periodic audits
Configuration - servers, switches, firewalls, operations applications, profiles, batch and interactive jobs, queues, interfaces, peripherals
Maintenance and Upgrades - hardware, firmware, network, operating systems, applications use of SCRAMNet and other applications as needed
Administrative Procedures - develop, document, maintain procedures for the support of the needs throughout the organization
Moves/Adds/Changes - new hires, attrition, change of responsibility in the network or hardware needed by the organization or the individual
Training - technical, procedural, transactional, service processes for all SCRAMNet hardware architecture.
Data Assurance - backups, recovery and disaster planning
Budget - component and service pricing, purchase requisitions as required by management
Experience and Skills:

Bachelor’s degree in Business or Computer Science. Previous experience in a Business System support role and/or formal education in the listed discipline, equal to 4 years, may be substituted for the degree.

Required Knowledge:

Adaptability, Analysis, Customer Service Orientation, Documentation, Initiative, Judgment/Decisiveness, Oral Communication, Technical/Professional, Quality Orientation, Work Standards, Written Communication.

Microsoft Certifications with Operating Systems

Network Design and management Proficiency (CCNA, or equivalent experience)

Security Network experience

Microsoft domain administration

Microsoft Server administration

MSCE (desirable)

Experience Required:

Minimum 7 years experience in a business environment with 5 years in support of a business’s database system software. Experience with supporting all facets of business operations is required. Must also be experienced in using the business system to do month end and year end maintenance.

Skills / Abilities:

Strong communication skills, ability to work with a wide range of users. IT Operational experience where technical needs are weighed against business impacts and systems are deployed and administered with a goal of high availability and minimal support cost.

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Company summary

SCRAM Systems/Alcohol Monitoring Systems is the world’s leading provider of alcohol testing technologies for the criminal justice industry.


Flexible working hours; stocked kitchens with healthy options, coffee, beverages, and snacks; headquartered at the foot of the beautiful Colorado Rockies.

Tech Stack

JavaScript, C#, ASP.NET, .NET Core, HTML/CSS, XML, Apache Cordova, Ionic, jQuery, Angular 2+, REST APIs, SQL Server, database interactions and data modeling tools for mobile applications

Interview process

Phone interview with recruiter; technical phone interview with hiring manager; onsite interview. Average interview period: 2 weeks.

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