Disaster Recovery Coordinator

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Angajator: Hunt Recruitment
  • IT Hardware
  • IT Software
  • Tip job: full-time
    Nivel job: 1 - 5 ani experienta
  • Actualizat la: 15.02.2018
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     Relevant IT experience, with 2 years focused on Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
     Diploma or Bachelors in Computer Science or related area of study (Preferred)
     Ability to quickly and accurately determine root cause of performance and stress bottlenecks
     Strong negotiating/influencing skills
     Proficient with up to date DR strategies and methodologies
     Excellent oral and written communication skills
     Experience in delivering global DR solutions
     Experience in organizing Disaster Recovery tests and maintaining documentation
     Experience in preparing client communication, reports, diagrams and presentations
     Improving and updating existing DR plans and scenarios as part of the annual maintenance cycle
     Experience in capacity planning and supporting the technical teams in delivering DR build-outs and solutions


     The Disaster Recovery (DR) Coordinator is responsible for the build, maintenance, and execution of the Technology DR Plans
     The DR Plans ensure that D+H Technology continues business critical services during emergencies
     As a member of the DR team, the Coordinator will work collaboratively with management, project management and technical staff to guide the creation, deployment, and testing of required DR plans
     The DR Coordinator may also act as a point of escalation in the event of a disaster
     This role is expected to assume total responsibility of maintaining documentation and the annual DR test commitments, identifying and closing gaps in the recovery solutions within targeted SLAs