Posting ID : A1068464339
Date Posted : 2015-08-18
Category : Technical Support
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES: The Systems Administrator will manage and support all the Foundation's desktop, server, exhibitory, network and other systems infrastructure to ensure 24/7 operations. This includes systems, exhibitory, user security, new services, patching and upgrading systems. Responsible for documentation and change control processes. This position mainly supports the Foundation's offices and exhibitory responsibilities at the museum as well as connectivity with 2 other location, the website and the main office.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manage, install, configure, test, maintain and document all desktops, kiosks, AV systems, servers and network hardware and software. Perform diagnostic tests, modify or repair hardware to the board or component level. Replace hardware or software as needed. Perform system backups and recovery, maintain data files, and monitor system configuration to ensure data integrity. Take appropriate action to ensure a quick resolution to systems issues. Follow established change control procedures for all changes to systems. Manage IT databases and keep them up to date. Keep up to date with current trends and be prepared to make technical recommendations when needed. Perform related duties, as required. Participate in major IT projects.
Core system expertise includes but is not limited to:
CentOS or other various Linux flavors, Apache and MySQL
Current Microsoft enterprise products such as Windows Pro, MS Server and MS SQL, Outlook 365
HP servers and SAN
Cisco/Juniper networking equipment
Various Hosting and Cloud services
Two to Five years increasingly responsible experience in a support capacity in a heavy user-oriented environment. Experience supporting a Microsoft Windows and Linux environment, with Active Directory, DNS, VLAN experience. Strong understanding of a wide variety of Server and networking concepts, equipment and software. Must have the ability to write technical documentation for both IT staff and users. Must be able to work weekends. Preferred: Experience with Audio Visual equipment, Microsoft Certified Systems Certifications, Cisco or Juniper certifications, Network +, A+, ITIL Foundation. Bachelor's Degree (BA in Computer Information Systems or Computer Science preferred).