Kimberly Ryan Limited is a Human Resources Development Company whose aim is to lead in attracting, developing and retaining superior human capital to create a dramatic business advantage for our clients.We are recruiting to fill the position below:Job Title: Lead, Infrastructure EngineerCODE: ISE 0050Location: AbujaJob SummaryResponsible for design, implementation and successful operation of Network and Server infrastructure through administration and maintenance to meet agreed service levels as well as satisfy the business requirements with focus on the project needs.ScopeServers, Network switches, Routers, Firewall (such as Cisco ASA), UPS, Operating Systems, Active Directory, SAN, Back-Up, Email and Internet Services.Key ResponsibilitiesThe duties will include, but are not limited to the following:Undertake all work in accordance with required technical and quality standards, selecting and using appropriate methods and tools in order to achieve well-engineered product which exhibit the necessary attributes such as fitness for purpose, reliability and cost effectiveness.Document all work using appropriate standards, methods and tools, including prototyping tools where appropriate.Prepare, or contribute to, project and quality plans taking account of the requirements for functionality versus the constraints of time, cost and qualityPlan and document technical approach to teams. Planning, estimating, controlling and reporting on work performed accurately and effectively in order to achieve targets.Carry out full impact analysis of new software releases and recommends upgrade plans. Reviews upgrades and fixes available from system software suppliers and identifies those which merit action.Investigate potential and actual service problems and recommending solutions. Develop and use formal procedures to plan and test proposed solutions.Develop and use procedures for collection of critical information in the event of system failure.Analyse documentation, storage dumps and logs relating to system failures to identify the failing component. Isolates failures and recommends actions to circumvent problems and enable the restoration of services with minimum business impact.Liaise with suppliers to obtain corrective code, installing and testing the code to ensure a permanent resolution.Ensure that operational documentation for relevant system products is fit for purpose and current. Provides advice and guidance to systems development and service delivery start on the correct and effective use of system software.Monitor system efficiency against published service level agreements. Monitors both resource usage and failure rates of installed systems and provides detailed feedback to management.Produce procedures such as the CM plan, defect/problem reporting procedures, change control procedures, etc., ensuring their compatibility with prescribed standardsProvide input for procurement of spares, tools and other required equipment and services related to systems supervised.Ensure compliance with safety requirements and conduct work and activities safely.