The network administrator is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the networks. Organize, install and support the computer systems, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), network segments, intranets, and other data communication systems.
- Determine the institution’s needs in a network and computer system.
- Install, upgrade and repairs all network hardware and software.
- Maintain network and computer systems’ security and ensure that all systems are operating correctly.
- Collect data for the evaluation of networks or system’s efficient performance.
- Add users to a network, assign and update security access to the network.
- Train users on the proper use of hardware and software.
- Troubleshoot and resolve issues and provide technical support to users.
- Manage servers for remote access and mobile access.
- Maintain email and data storage networks. Ensure employees’ workstations are working efficiently and are connected to the central computer network.
- Offer recommendations for future hardware or software upgrades
Requires bending, standing, lifting, pushing, pulling and climbing during the installation of computers, wires and cables, speakers and phones. Use ladders, etc. Lift 20 to 50 pounds or more
Bachelor’s or Associate Degree in computer science.
Four to five years of experience in information technology or related experience.