The following position is being
posted externally. If interested, you must apply online at https://jobs.iu.edu/
Refer to job number #7351.
Network Systems Administrator - PA3IT
Description and Responsibilities:
University Information Technology Services is accepting applications for a Network Administrator at the East Campus in Richmond.
This position serves as the primary systems administrator for campus network, server, and data storage systems.
The primary duties of this position include the following:
Participate in the design of campus network systems ensuring excellent availability, reliability, functionality, performance and manageability.
Coordinate campus use of IU Intelligent Infrastructure for server location and colocation.
Responsible for the installation of hardware and software, performance tuning, system and application software maintenance, system monitoring, capacity planning and problem resolution.
Responsible for the implementation of managed systems that are easily operated and monitored by front line staff.
Responsible for other components of campus network systems to coordinate activities and ensure best overall strategies are employed.
Responsible for campus wireless environment.
Research and test new technologies to determine applicability and usefulness to local campus or IU in general.
Equipment utilized will include the following: Linux & Windows based network servers, data backup systems, desktop and portable computers, networked printers and copiers, network switches, and routers.
A bachelor's degree in computer science or a combination of relevant education and experience required.
Two years of systems administrator experience required.
The following knowledge, skills, and abilities are required:
- Strong knowledge of computer networking, local area networks, network operating systems, in particular Microsoft Windows, best practices for network systems design and management, TCP/IP
- Strong knowledge of Intel-based computer systems
- Strong systems management skills, . Communication skills
- Organizational skills
- Ability to work on several projects simultaneously with minimal supervision
- Ability to work collaboratively, under pressure, and in a changing environment
- Ability to acquire new skills quickly and to meet deadlines
- Problem solving skills and troubleshooting skills
- Proven orientation toward quality service
Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and a resume which includes contact information for three professional references.
Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment institution.