Maintains smooth operation of multi-user computer systems, including networks.
Duties may include setting up user accounts, maintaining library of system documentation and installing system-wide software and allocation of mass storage space.
Activities may include administration of personal computers, client servers, electronic mail, on-line and internet resources, local area networks and wide area networks, and standard application software products.
Interacts with users and analyzes vendor products. May recommend purchase of hardware and software, and coordinates installation with vendors and/or technicians. Trains internal users.
Develops and monitors policies and standards of allocation and use of office automation equipment and resources.
Requirements of the Systems Administrator I:
Bachelor s Degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or related discipline.
3+ years of experience in systems support and working knowledge of specific technology to be administered.
Familiarity with multi-platform environments. Understanding of security systems.
Experience with a variety of operating systems protocols and tools, depending on the type of platform or application to be administered. Able to rapidly absorb and implement new technologies and procedures.
Capable of performing tasks in dynamic/changing situations and, under stress, optimizing availability of system services to users/LOB staff.
Familiar with SDLC methodologies. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Understanding of Mainframe, Midrange, Database, Web, and Client Server technologies.