The Network Administrator provides mid-level technical support for
the school’s Information Technology (IT) network infrastructure;
administers related cloud-based systems and server support; ensures
system integrity, security and access; installs, updates, and
maintaining network infrastructure, and coordinates resources.
Reporting to the Director of Network Technology, this position is
part of the core IT unit. The Network Administrator provides technical
Windows architecture leadership and stewardship of the dozens of
servers (both physical and virtual) and Windows desktops. This role
plays a key role in the maintenance and support of a heterogeneous IT environment.
This position will contribute to the successful delivery of the
School’s mission through collaboration with other members of the IT
team to support the broad needs of our community, which includes
information management, library, and academic technology teams.
Excellent communication skills are required because you will also
interact with customers and peers to facilitate effective handling of
service requests and connectivity issues.
By staying current with technology trends and by offering
recommendations on how the school might best use its available
resources. This position will require some after hour work for some
responsibilities such as upgrades, patching, and hardware replacement.
The successful candidate must be an experienced, self-motivated
individual to lead and oversee the execution of processes, operations,
and support activities for client technologies. The position requires
close work with others in the department to ensure that procedures and
technologies are introduced that adhere to established school policies
and according to enterprise "best-practices."