Organization: Accenture Federal Services
Location: Washington, DC
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Storage Technologies professionals develop and deliver technology solutions that establish the processes and devices for recording and storing enterprise data.
Key Responsibilities may include:
Planning, managing and participating in the diagnosis (current state), detailed design (future state) and deployment of storage related processes and technologies including storage, backup/ recovery and data management.
Identifying storage related business and technology requirements and validating that design results address them.
Identifying opportunities to drive more value from an organization's existing and planned storage investment through a combination of technical, operational and organizational initiatives.
Demonstrating high degree of hands on storage expertise to develop credibility with Accenture and client stakeholders; i.e. being recognized as an expert in one more storage vendor's products / areas.
Demonstrating holistic data center technologies knowledge (e.g. server, network, applications, etc.) to improve end to end solutions.
Leading technology evaluation and selection efforts.
Minimum of 2 years of hands on experience with storage technologies (EMC / Network Appliance / Hitachi Data Systems / IBM / HP / Dell / Oracle), including architecture and design.
Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree
Architecting and implementing storage, backup / recovery and/or data management solutions.
Designing scalable storage and backup / recovery architectures for critical business systems.
Design and deployment of advanced computing and storage technologies, e.g server virtualization, storage virtualization, etc.
Exposure to Hardware Platforms (Unix/Wintel - HP/Sun/IBM etc.) and Operating Systems (Windows/Unix/Linux)
Some combination of the following skills
Designing / deploying Information Management Lifecycle solutions
Data center (including application and data) migration / consolidation.
Datacenter/Server/Network Operational Components (Monitoring, Management, etc.)
Application/Database rationalization design/implementation
Asset Management (Experience with tools/process)
Planning future storage capacity
Implementing disaster recovery processes and procedures
Maintaining problem tracking and resolution at a detailed level for service requests
Performance tuning of servers and related systems
Writing scripts for automation of tasks
Must hold or have held a Public Trust position (IT1/IT2 or ADP I, II or III) or have a Secret or higher level clearance
Professional Skill Requirements:
Experience in project management and detailed technical planning
Supervisory experience including demonstrated leadership to grow and develop other people
Ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment
Generating detailed documentation
Candidates who are currently employed by a client of Accenture or an affiliated Accenture business may not be eligible for consideration.
Applicants for employment in the US must possess work authorization which does not require sponsorship from the employer for a visa.
US Citizenship required.
Accenture an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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