Systems Administrator I

by San Jacinto College on January 16, 2014

in University Jobs

Provides system-level support of assigned systems through troubleshooting and resolving hardware, software, and connectivity problems, including user access and component configuration. Maintains assigned systems including customization, configuration, installation and testing. Provides implementation support for new systems including upgrades, customization, integration and testing. Acts as knowledge expert for assigned systems and distributed applications. Works with ITS customer support to ensure issues related to assigned systems that impact user productivity are communicated to ITS customers. Operate and maintain the back-up environments for all systems when assigned. Ensures quality assurance processes are being followed, including service levels as outlined in the ITS Service Level Agreement and change control procedures. Research, evaluate and recommend new technologies - Other duties as required/assigned. - Must have an Associate's degree (or higher level degree) from an accredited institution. - Must have at least two (2) years of IT server experience. - Mist have experience in two or more of the following systems: VMWare, Microsoft , UNIX technologies, SAN/ NAS. - Must have MCP/MTA or equivalent Certification. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: - Knowledgeable in Windows Server operating systems (Windows 2003, Windows 2008 R2, WSUS). - Familiar with Linux (Red Hat, Suse) - Knowledgeable in Dell hardware (R series, Equallogic) - Familiar with VMware, Exchange 2007/2010 - Ability to set up and manage printer queues - Ability to script and provide operating system/application troubleshooting and software deployment. - Ability to work well with others and to demonstrate an excellent quality of work with little or no supervision required. - Must be highly organized with excellent communication and documentation skills. - Must be proficient in Microsoft Office.

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