SYSTEMS & NETWORK ADMINISTRATO

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08-UTD-21 OPEN DATE: JUNE 14, 2021 CLOSE DATE: JULY 3, 2021 The Office of the Clerk is recruiting for a well-organized, detail-oriented and customer service centered IT professional with significant hands-on experience in network administration. The incumbent will oversee the court's information technology networks. This is a full-time position who reports to the Director of IT. The position is a Court Personnel System classification level 26 or 27, based on qualifications. This position is open to all qualified individuals; transfers are welcomed up to a CL27. This position will be located in the Salt Lake City, Utah office with occasional travel to St. George, Utah. POSITION OVERVIEW: The Network Administrator coordinates and oversees the court's information technology networks. The successful candidate will support the backend of the court unit's IT systems, coordinate the timely repair of hardware and implement plans and projects. The Network Administrator will deploy, configure, maintain, troubleshoot and monitor all active network equipment in order to ensure smooth and secure network operations. The Network Administrator provides day-to-day operational support for Microsoft, Cisco, and VMware based information technology infrastructure, including Windows servers and Active Directory. REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: • Install, configure, and monitor Windows servers (physical and virtual), virtual desktops, and Cisco networking equipment. • Manage and support Active Directory, DFS replication, Group Policy, DNS, DHCP services, and Domain Controllers. • Design, implement, and support data communications systems consisting of wide and local area networks, physical network servers, storage area network (SAN) hardware and software, IP networking equipment (core and access data switches, wireless access controllers and access points, transceivers, etc.), transmission media, network protocols, and network operating systems. • Document computer systems, network equipment, and administrative procedures. • Install, modify, enhance, test, and implement standard configurations for deployment of workstations, virtual desktops, servers, and other network components and client software. • Perform network security and user access maintenan
08-UTD-21 OPEN DATE: JUNE 14, 2021 CLOSE DATE: JULY 3, 2021 The Office of the Clerk is recruiting for a well-organized, detail-oriented and customer service centered IT professional with significant hands-on experience in network administration. The incumbent will oversee the court's information technology networks. This is a full-time position who reports to the Director of IT. The position is a Court Personnel System classification level 26 or 27, based on qualifications. This position is open to all qualified individuals; transfers are welcomed up to a CL27. This position will be located in the Salt Lake City, Utah office with occasional travel to St. George, Utah. POSITION OVERVIEW: The Network Administrator coordinates and oversees the court's information technology networks. The successful candidate will support the backend of the court unit's IT systems, coordinate the timely repair of hardware and implement plans and projects. The Network Administrator will deploy, configure, maintain, troubleshoot and monitor all active network equipment in order to ensure smooth and secure network operations. The Network Administrator provides day-to-day operational support for Microsoft, Cisco, and VMware based information technology infrastructure, including Windows servers and Active Directory. REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: • Install, configure, and monitor Windows servers (physical and virtual), virtual desktops, and Cisco networking equipment. • Manage and support Active Directory, DFS replication, Group Policy, DNS, DHCP services, and Domain Controllers. • Design, implement, and support data communications systems consisting of wide and local area networks, physical network servers, storage area network (SAN) hardware and software, IP networking equipment (core and access data switches, wireless access controllers and access points, transceivers, etc.), transmission media, network protocols, and network operating systems. • Document computer systems, network equipment, and administrative procedures. • Install, modify, enhance, test, and implement standard configurations for deployment of workstations, virtual desktops, servers, and other network components and client software. • Perform network security and user access maintenan
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