Computer Systems Administrator
Perform basic, routine and advanced implementation, operation and maintenance of computer systems for extensive computer labs, sub-enterprise and enterprise systems; provides scripting for a variety of computer systems; administer and troubleshoot server domains; troubleshoot communications, video and network problems; research and evaluate software, hardware and peripheral purchase options; act as expert functional specialist; act as liaison between Information Technologies and the Institution by providing basic, routine, and advanced level technical expertise while working under minimal supervision. Perform, monitor and report backups and disaster recovery across the community college district.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required by the Position:
- Current computer and telecommunication technologies.
- Current operating system technologies.
- Current Office application and end user functions.
- Operation of popular software packages, utility programs, and service aids.
- Effective troubleshooting techniques.
- Computer & video, systems.
- Capabilities and limitations of current software, hardware and telecommunication systems.
- Computer security systems, password, and file protection protocol.
- Basic and routine LAN systems.
- Basic and routine network protocols and topologies.
- Current physical data plant installation standards and techniques.
- Powershell Scripting commands
- SAN Technologies and administration
- Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)
- Symantec Backup Software or similar backup solutions
Working Conditions/Physical Requirements:
- Standard office environment; routinely exposed to video terminal display; operates within a high stress environment;
- May require being on call 24 hours per day
- May travel occasionally to conferences, workshops, or outreach areas for professional development
- Long periods of standing
- Ability to lift 75 pounds from floor to desk and desk to floor
- Associates Degree or higher in a technology related field or equivalent experience; required
- Two years supporting computer systems in a large scale network environment; required
- Two years of computer operating system install, maintenance and upgrade; required
- Two years of network cable plant installation; required
- Three years of computer hardware installation, repair and maintenance; required
- 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
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.
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.
NWCCD also includes campus sites in Buffalo, Wyoming and its Spear-O-Wigwam Mountain Campus in the Big Horn Mountains.
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