Administrative Careers - Information Systems/Technology
4 Year Degree
Responsible for the design and management of all local and wide area network resources of the University, including servers, infrastructure, and security devices.
Strong ability to create good will with staff, faculty, and students; servant attitude.
Ability to analyze problems effectively and generate solutions; keeps abreast of developments in networking; strong organizational skills; excellent project management ability; adaptability.
Commitment to the Articles of Faith, Mission, and Objectives of the University; and desires to be a role model for students by demonstrating an active Christian faith in personal example and in work related responsibilities.
Administers and maintains organizational network directory services; installs, upgrades, and maintains file, print, and application servers; works to provide optimum reliability and performance of network services; ensures optimal organizational data backup procedures are effective and reliable.
Proactively monitor, manage, and mitigate security vulnerabilities within the University network.
Provides second-level technical support by phone or in person for all University entities as needed.
Prepares system documentation when appropriate; maintains records in automated work tracking system.
Works closely with Director of Network Services to install and maintain network technologies.
Assists the ITS Help Desk in maintaining accounts, groups, and permissions; improving centralized client and print management processes; and automating routine network tasks.
Attends regularly scheduled team meetings.
Other duties as assigned.
Essential Skills and Experience
Two or more years of network management experience in a diverse technology environment.
Proficiency in network infrastructure planning and implementation.
Experience with Microsoft Windows Server OS, Active Directory, Hyper-V, and network protocols.
Understanding of network security and best practices to mitigate external and internal technology risk.
Strong ability to learn and adapt as networking technologies change and evolve.