The System Administrator is responsible for assisting in daily operations of computer network systems including workstation, file servers, and web servers. System Administrators maintain, troubleshoot, and implement network security tools including firewalls, anti-virus, and intrusion detection services. System Administrators will also train staff on software applicable to their position, assists customers with information technology, monitors system configuration, and provides instruction on computers and applications.
• Install and integrate updates, fixes, and enhancements of hardware, operating systems, databases and application software.
• Manage computer accounts, privileges, and access to systems and equipment.
• Configure, monitor and maintain Storage Area Network (SAN) hardware.
• Manage system assets including performance, capacity, availability, serviceability, recoverability and backups.
• Monitor and perform maintenance analysis and diagnostics for accredited systems.
Ensure systems availability, functionality, integrity and efficiency and maintain systems configuration.
• Provide systems engineering and technical support for establishment, test, upgrade, and operational support of systems, network, workstations, and support equipment hardware and software.
• Provide system engineering disciplines that incorporate total system development, requirements management, technical planning, technical risk management, technical controls, and monitoring and providing technical reviews.
• Conduct information assurance (IA) analysis and make recommendations on IA tools, processes and procedures to enhance the security of individual platforms, systems, or networks.
• Use Security and Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs) to implement security settings and resolve any hardware and software interface and interoperability issues that occur during the implementation.
• Experience with some of the following Operating Systems (OS) & associated applications: UNIX, MS Windows, MS Internet Information Server (IIS), X Windows, Citrix, Secure Files Transfer Protocol (FTP), VMware and Virtual Desktop, ESXI (Virtual), LINUX, Red Hat, Apache, Tomcat.
• Bachelor’s level degree required in Electrical, Electronic, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or Information Systems. Master’s level degree preferred.
As an EOE/AA employer Netsimco will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, and veteran or disability status.