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The System Administrator, File & Print Services centrally manages College IT Office's (CITO) enterprise systems (file, print, database, and web application servers). These services are utilized by CITO supported faculty and staff throughout business, research and academic units on a 24x7 basis. Serves as a key member of CITO's enterprise Disaster Response and IT Incident teams as part of a master business continuity and disaster recovery plan. The membership roles are extremely sensitive and require professional status.
This position serves as a Tier-2 liaison between many of the UITS central service units and CITO's desktop support environment. Utilizes Windows Server architecture and enterprise management; file system architectures, maintenance and security; web services architectures, maintenance and security; and database architectures, maintenance and security.
Provides primary file, print, web, database, and electronic document services and works within the architectures and oversight of the CITO Enterprise Architecture and Support Systems (EASS/ISS) and the CITO Security & Policy (SECPOL) teams to ensure IU and CITO policy propagation, and security systems administration and implementation. The work is performed on critical automated processes, computer systems, networks, databases, information systems, telecommunication systems, procedures and practices.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or a related field and three years of experience that includes advanced systems analysis, systems programming, systems administration, advanced systems architecture, and systems migration.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
MCSA (Microsoft Certified Systems Analyst), MCSE (Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert), and Network+ certification or a combination of relevant certifications and experience.
Experience in technical staff management or team leadership. Additional years of above required experience. Experience with PERL, Python and C++ a bonus.
Remote for foreseeable future, with eventual location in College IT Office home location at Smith Research Center.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3IT
Job Function: Information Technology
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