JOB: Senior Systems Administrator, Hinds, MS

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    Steve Cottle
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    Responsibilities

    The positions in this job family are responsible for the on-going monitoring, maintenance, and administration of free-standing or networked systems. Systems range from stand-alone PC applications, to minicomputers, to Local Area Networks (LANs) with 100 or more users. Incumbents serve as the focal point or immediate help desk for clients in the area or facility supported. Incumbents also provide assistance ranging from installing new equipment, solving complex operating problems, and providing project coordination for implementation of new network and/or PC-based systems.

    Senior Systems Administrator is the specialist level where incumbents have demonstrated technical expertise in detailed web design, the administration and maintenance of Local Area Networks, and/or free standing PCs. They may bear full responsibility for an agency website. They may alternatively be responsible for ensuring that end-user hardware, software, security and network problems are resolved in a timely and effective manner. This includes coordinating the configuration and installation of hardware and software and ensuring that file server functions, E-mail connectivity and whatever else is necessary to support the Local Area Network environment is operating effectively. Incumbents work independently as well as with other senior technical staff to resolve complex operational problems and to coordinate the administration of the system or Local Area Network in Agencies with varying user bases.


    Essential Functions:

    Additional essential functions may be identified and included by the hiring agency. The essential functions include, but are not limited to, the following:

    1. Coordinates problem resolution for all LAN hardware and software components.

    2. Configures and installs LAN hardware, software and components to ensure efficient operation.

    3. Monitors and maintains operation of the LAN environment or website to provide a stable and efficient operating environment.

    For more information, including how to apply, visit: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/mississippi/job_bulletin.cfm?JobID=433580

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