The Server Administrator manages and oversee the administration and maintenance of Windows servers throughout the district; administers and troubleshoots domain services; administers and troubleshoots enterprise communication services; researches and evaluates software, hardware and peripheral purchase options; act as expert functional specialist; acts as liaison between Information Technologies and the institution by providing basic, routine, and advanced level technical expertise while working under minimal supervision.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required by the Position:
- Current computer and telecommunication technologies.
- Microsoft Systems and Server technologies.
- Windows 2008/2012 Server technologies.
- Computer security systems, password, and file protection protocol.
- Basic and routine LAN systems, network protocols and topologies.
- Current physical data plant installation standards and techniques.
- Windows Powershell Scripting commands
- Storage technologies and administration
- Troubleshoot and resolve basic and routine computer operations, common software problems and network connectivity problems.
- Meet demanding timelines.
- Install, maintain, and configure basic and routine software, hardware and peripherals.
- Read and comprehend technical information relating to proprietary software, hardware, peripherals, and computer or telecommunications hardware.
- Communicate basic and routine technical information clearly and concisely both written and orally.
- Establish effective working relationships with users, operators, programmers, vendors, and supervisors.
- Research industry trends and technology developments, and provide recommendations.
Working Conditions/Physical Requirements:
- Potential for 24 hour on call
- Some night and weekend work
- Move 75 pounds from floor to desktop and desktop to floor.
- Travel from location to location.
Minimum Qualifications including education, experience, required licensures, certifications, and registrations:
- Bachelor’s degree or five years’ experience in server or systems administration
- Two years supporting Windows Server systems
- Two years supporting Microsoft Exchange
- Two years supporting domain level, enterprise services (Active Directory, Domain Controllers, Email services)
- Three years of computer hardware installation, repair and maintenance.
- Employer paid retirement plan (16.37% employer paid; .25% employee paid)
- Group Health, Dental and Life Insurance, including Flex Benefits
- 20 days paid annual leave
- Four days per year paid personal leave
- 16 paid holidays per year
- Paid medical, emergency and bereavement leave
- Employee and family tuition waivers
- Three free meals per week in modern campus dining facility
- Free easy-access parking
- Collaborative work environment
- Onsite fitness center and walking track
- Verizon, Microsoft, Dell and HP employee discounts
- Professional development
This is an outstanding opportunity to be part of a dynamic team in a fully remodeled campus location on a beautiful campus.
Sheridan College is located in historic Sheridan, WY at the foot of the beautiful Big Horn Mountains, minutes away from a variety of outdoor recreational activities. Sheridan is ranked "America's Top Western Town" by True West magazine and is a vibrant community. Sheridan College is a vital component in the community.
Gillette College is located in Gillette, WY, the county seat of Campbell County. Located midway between the Big Horn Mountains to the West and the Black Hills of South Dakota to the east. Gillette is a growing, family-friendly community and enjoys a very strong economy due to energy-related industries located there.
NWCCD also includes campus sites in Buffalo, Wyoming and its Spear-O-Wigwam Mountain Campus in the Big Horn Mountains.
Apply online at: https://sheridan.edu