Campus Network System Administrator

Location
Kendall Campus
Posted
Mar 13, 2018
Ref
997170
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

All applications must be submitted online at http://www.mdc.edu/jobs/

Job Opening ID: 997170
 
The Campus Systems Administrator is responsible for the administration and management of campus academic servers and systems that support Campus Network Services and the overall campus administrative and academic network for students, faculty, staff, and administrators. This position is responsible for managing, configuring, and maintaining the campus servers, storage, and other related resources, creating and managing user accounts, group policies, organization units, end user images, and other network resources. The Campus Network System Administrator is expected to assist in planning department goals and objectives, as well as identifying, testing, and implementing technologies congruent to the mission and goals of college and campus.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 
•Makes daily decisions in the process of performing daily system administration tasks to support systems used in academic labs, library, courtyard and by students, faculty, staff, and administrators
•Analyzes, assesses, determines, and proposes production system configurations and changes
•Installs, configures, and maintains servers, systems software for campus labs, courtyard, library and related computing resources, including networksecurity, backup of servers, disaster recovery, documentation of resources, optimization of server performance and reliability
•Creates and maintains scripts to update systems, deploy software, images, and updates for student, faculty, staff, and administration workstations
•Provides systems level support for applications and client workstations, including creating and maintaining  images for campus workstations
•Creates and maintains enterprise level organization units and group polices
•Trains, manages, and evaluates employee performance
•Performs other duties as assigned

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 
•Master’s degree in an appropriate field and two (2) years of experience in networking and/or enterprise level computing with at least one (1) year of experience maintaining network servers and supervising technical staff; or Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field and six (6) years of experience in networking and/or enterprise level computing, with at least one (1) year of experience maintaining network servers and supervising technical staff
•Possess experience with Windows Operating Systems, Active Directory, group policies, and organization units
•Possess experience managing network storage, virtual servers, writing scripts to maintain systems and software on workstations and servers
•Possess experience with end point protection (virus, spyware, etc.)
•Knowledge of multi-user operating systems, and equipment configuration
•Knowledge of authentication, network services access policies and related internal and external network security considerations
•Knowledge of  virtualization technologies, Windows Active Directory, group policies, and management tools as well as Linux, scripting tools, reporting tools, programming languages, relational database systems, and instructional equipment