Network Systems Administrator

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St. Ambrose University
The Information Technology Department at St. Ambrose University has an immediate opening for an individual to maintain high availability network infrastructures, services, and servers. The individual is responsible for maintaining, deploying, monitoring and securing the software and hardware that comprises the network infrastructure including switches, routers, firewalls, and wireless control system servers and network services (e.g. DNS, DHCP, VPN, Radius, Web, Print, Backup, Antivirus, Email). The position requires a Bachelors degree and/or six years of relevant experience with preference given for a degree in the Computer Science field and experience in an academic environment. Qualified candidates must have 6+ years experience (or equivalent) managing: Cisco LAN & WAN systems, Active Directory, Microsoft Windows 7/2008, Mac OS in a Windows environment, and supporting VMware ESX 4 & 5. Candidate will be expected to maintain related system hardware. Qualified candidates must have an excellent interpersonal style as well as superior presentation, written and oral communication skills and maintain accurate records. Must demonstrate reliability, ethics, positive attitude, technical proficiency and interact well in a team environment while managing multiple competing priorities and diverse tasks. Must be available to work during scheduled maintenance times, evening and weekend hours as necessary, possess strong customer service, analytical and project management skills as well as the ability to learn new technologies quickly is a necessity. St. Ambrose is an independent, comprehensive, and Catholic diocesan university firmly grounded in the liberal arts. Apply online at http://www.sau.edu/human_resources/jobs and attach a cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references. Position is open until filled. AA/EOE

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