Provides installation, loading and configuration of systems, servers and networks.
Responsible for administration of network, computer, or communications systems, including LAN, WAN and the organization’s website.
This includes administration of user accounts, passwords, permissions, access control lists, email, chat and other server or network services.
Maintains servers, creates monitoring reports and logs and ensures functionality of links.
Monitors networks, websites and servers for acceptable performance and user accessibility.
Establishes backups and monitors site security.
Responsible for configuration management documentation of network and system topologies.
Responsible for applying security lockdowns on all OSC equipment in accordance with Joint Task Force – Global Network Operations (JTF-GNO) and System Program Office (SPO) guidance.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a curriculum or major field of study which provides substantial knowledge useful in administering large, complex systems and networks, OR an applicable training certificate from accredited training institutions.
Must have strong experience in large Microsoft, Solaris, Linux, and Cisco environments.
Five (5) years of increasingly complex and progressive experience in implementing, administering, performing tests and analyzing all elements of network systems/servers/Web sites.
Security + or equivalent certification is required.