The Network Systems Engineer reports directly to the Chief Information Officer. The purpose of the position is to recommend, design, implement, and support college network infrastructure based on the needs of staff and faculty.
Responsibilities and Duties of the Position:
Manage Active Directory, DNS, Group Policy, reflecting organizational needs.
Install, maintain, and repair network server, storage, and backup hardware.
Manage Microsoft Office 365 environment.
Manage the college's AWS and Microsoft Hyper-V environments.
Perform backup and restore procedures to ensure data integrity.
LAN/WAN design, management, and configuration.
Install and maintain networking infrastructure. (Cabling, wireless, routers, switches, etc.)
Provide training to end users for new and existing college services.
Install, administer, and support network server applications. (Reporting, phone, document imaging, etc.)
Install and support Instructional Technology. (SMART Boards, Audio/Video equipment, projectors, etc.)
Perform research on and evaluate solutions for college needs.
Serve as backup for Network Systems Security Analyst.
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Education and Experience: Associate Degree in an Information Technology related field preferred, CCNA (or better) preferred. MCSA (or better) preferred, Bachelor’s Degree in an Information Technology related field or 3+ years equivalent work experience preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of Linux and Windows server management, modern networking concepts, firewall configuration and maintenance, MS Office 365 administration, Security Camera/DVR management, Microsoft System Center management, Document imaging, and management of IP telephony and unified communication systems. Effective written and oral communication skills, ability to work effectively as a member of a team, self motivated, able to work effectively without direct supervision.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience
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