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Non-Union, Systems Administrator

Closing Date:
Open until position filled
4/24/2015
Job Summary:

JOB TITLE:  Systems Administrator, Non-Union

LOCATION:  Erie St. Clair CCAC – Travel throughout the Erie St. Clair LHIN is required

HOURS:  Typically 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., however, weekend and evening support will be required on occasion

SUPERVISOR:  Information Systems Manager

GENERAL ACCOUNTABILITY 

Reporting to the Information Systems Manager, the individual is responsible for all aspects of systems administration including networks, applications, databases, and telecommunications.  

NATURE AND SCOPE 

  • Administration and maintenance of telecommunications and networking infrastructures as well as servers
  • Installs new/rebuilds existing servers and configures hardware, peripherals, services, settings, directories, storage, etc., in accordance with standards and project/operational requirements
  • Monitors infrastructures and automates alerting on all critical systems
  • Maintains data center environmental and monitoring equipment
  • Researches and recommends innovative, and where possible, automated approaches for system administration tasks
  • Engineers SA-related solutions for various project and operational needs
  • Coordinates with OACCAC on all provincial initiatives
  • Performs system monitoring, verifying the integrity and availability of all hardware, server resources, systems and key processes, reviewing system and application logs, and verifying completion of scheduled jobs such as backups
  • Repairs and recovers from hardware or software failures.  Coordinating and communicating with impacted clients
  • Maintains network security authentication, including IP telephone security, application security
  • Administers secure links with public key encryption, anti-virus, user authentication
  • Provides monitoring and primary response and intervention for information technology related security incidents and violations
  • Identifies possible intrusions
  • Keeps current with new security and network monitoring technologies
  • Leads and/or participates in a range of IT projects and initiatives
  • Acts as a project manager on systems projects including telecommunications, networking and servers  
  • Provides Tier II/other support per request from various constituencies.  Investigates and troubleshoots issues
  • Provides on-call duties on rotational basis
  • Other duties as assigned in order to meet the needs of the organization 

    QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS

    Technical
  • Degree or diploma in Computer Science from a recognized University or Community College or equivalent experience
  • Demonstrated experience installing and maintaining servers, switches, including virtual servers (Hyper-V)
  • A solid understanding of networking/distributed computing environment concepts; with an exceptional understanding of the principles of routing, client/servicer programming, and the design of consistent network-wide file system layouts
  • Previous experience in working with databases and an understanding of database concepts an asset
  • Demonstrated experience with Active Directory Services and Group Policy
  • Previous experience administering a Windows 2008/2012 server network
  • Knowledge of VoIP an asset 

    Non-Technical
  • Well developed oral and written communication and proven relationship building abilities
  • Demonstrated problem solving and decision making skills
  • Proven ability to organize and lead projects
  • Highly motivated, requiring minimum supervision
  • Must have access to a vehicle and possess a valid Ontario Driver's License

     

    Please quote the job posting # ESC 013/15. Qualified individuals are invited to submit resumes by 24 April 2015 to:

     
     
     
    Fax:  519 258 7354

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