The Systems Administrator is responsible for the implementation, maintenance and operation of WUSA's server infrastructure. The WUSA infrastructure serves staff computers, a digital signage network, multiple food/beverage/retail outlets & their point of sale systems, e-commerce channels, and servers hosting campus wide applications such as vote, survey and room booking systems. The incumbent is accountable for designing and ensuring the proper implementation of central systems related to desktop provisioning and end-user infrastructure applications with the direction from the IT Manager. The incumbent is also responsible for self-directed research and keeping on top of industry trends in order to make recommendations to keep the WUSA infrastructure current.
Responsible for server administration & network security.
Support hardware/applications and provide troubleshooting and advice to end users.
Ensure optimal performance and configuration of Virtualized Infrastructure to meet Feds computing demands.
Champion projects as assigned by IT Manager.
Proficient in server administration - managing large quantities of servers and related components in an enterprise environment including:
VMware vSphere or equivalent
VMware Horizon or equivalent
ESXi or equivalent
SAN/NAS storage or equivalent
Ability to work effectively and efficiently without direct supervision
Demonstrated ability to independently, as well as collaboratively, plan, coordinate, and implement effective information technology projects, including managing multiple and simultaneous projects
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, both oral and written assets