Junior Windows Systems Administrator

Myriad RBM - Austin
Job Location
Austin, Texas, United States, 78759,
Job Description

The Windows Systems Administrator will be responsible for assisting in developing and maintaining the company's Informational Technology systems that run on the company's network infrastructure. The Windows Systems Administrator reports to the Manager, IS & Technology. The incumbent initiates, and develops processes expected to result in partial or complete project fulfillment related to products or needed information. The employee will be accountable for following company procedures and working to the best of their ability to ensure quality in all aspects of the job.

  • Responsible for assisting with developing and maintaining the company’s computer systems.
  • Monitors and enforces servers and systems under best practice guidelines.
  • Monitors and troubleshoots system and network performance issues.
  • Practices and maintains disaster recovery plans for associated systems.
  • Works closely with team members in developing and deploying computer systems.
  • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
  • Performs as backup for Helpdesk Support as appropriate.
  • Three or more years in systems administration or related areas.
  • Strong organizational and project oriented skills.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must be detailed oriented.
  • Willing to learn and understand current and future technology trends.
  • Ability to communicate technical information to non-technical personnel.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and within a team environment.
  • Ability to create, compose and edit written material.
  • Required skills
    • Windows Server 2003/2008: Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, IIS, and Group Policy
    • Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 administration
    • VMware ESX 5.0 or above
    • Symantec Backup Exec including LTO tape technology
  • Optional but desired skills
    • Websense Security Administration
    • SolarWinds Network/Application Performance Monitor
    • Avaya VoIP telephony
    • Basic Linux experience
    • Computer and Network Security

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