IT System Administrator
Great Lakes Behavioral Research Institute - United States

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This IT Systems Administrator will be responsible for installing, supporting and maintaining servers, coordinating enterprise storage usage, managing enterprise backups, managing network printing services and will be responsible for various computer infrastructure projects as assigned. Specifically the IT Systems Administrator will be responsible for:

*Maintaining Active Directory (AD) structure.
*Maintaining Enterprise backups, backup schedules and complying with retention policies for all DHS data.
*Managing Storage Area Network (SAN) for DHS.
*Maintaining DHS shared network printers and ensuring they are available for use and installed via group policy in compliance with DHS and the Allegheny County Division of Computer Services.
*Maintaining the security and availability of enterprise data and network resources such as servers, printers, and file shares throughout DHS.
*Monitoring Systems Center Operations Manager (SCOM) which allows a response to alerts for issues with DHS servers and applications.
*Working on Service Desk tickets relating to servers, networked printers and user data, including unresponsive servers, network latency, off-line networked printers or data recovery requests.
*Providing high level of support to other DHS/AIMS Technicians and DHS Service Desk Staff.
*Researching, testing and troubleshooting new technology to increase production and reduce costs.
*Maintaining updated documentation related to servers and network equipment within DHS.
*Implementing security flow patches and software/application updates, on a monthly basis.
*Providing off-hours coverage, as needed, when assigned by the DHS Supervisor.
*Performing special projects related to the above duties, as needed, or requested by the DHS Supervisor.

Bachelor’s /Associate’s degree with a technical major, such as engineering or computer science from an accredited college/university, plus 3/5 years of information technology experience in Windows Server Active Directory Administration, Networking or Windows Server support services. Ability to manage an enterprise scale network that in includes LANs, WANs, SANs, VPNs, and virtualization, along with the ability to install and maintain Servers, Personal Computers, Routers, Hubs, Switches, Ethernet cables and other peripherals is key.