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Server Administrator (Windows)

Care New England Health System - Information Services (IS) Job ID: 08472-xx384-40D

Location
Providence ,RI 
Status
Full-Time
Hours
40
Shift
Day
Has Benefits
Yes
Job Description
The Server Administrator provides overall support in the area of the server network environment, including operating systems, architecture and storage. The incumbent analyzes, purchases, configures and installs server components, network devices and office automation products to maintain organizations’ operating systems. Diagnoses and resolves server related problems such as server hardware, operating systems, desktop systems and applications software. Monitors servers, replication, and mail routing, creates user accounts, and maintains security levels on databases. Oversees the training and development of the Associate Server Administrator and other IS staff, and performs other job related duties as requested.
Required Education
Bachelors Degree in Computer Science or related area with three to five years experience in desktop software support in a networking environment, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Thorough knowledge of communication systems and ability to analyze and resolve network related problems. Applied knowledge of applicable operating systems required with certification preferred. Must have good communication and interpersonal skills. Solid background with Windows Server OS. Experience with and good understanding of Citrix Xenapp (version 4.5-6.5). Experience with VMware and SAN storage concepts. Good understanding of Network concepts, subnets, routing, DHCP, DNS and load balance. Experience working with IIS. Windows scripting languages VB, Powershell. Willing to work off hours and within groups of peers to resolve issues. Project work experience.
Salary Range
E
Application Method
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