The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The IT Systems Administrator performs a wide variety of technical duties which include, but are not limited to analysis, installation, modification, documentation, maintenance, problem diagnosis, and repair of all hardware systems used locally as servers-, storages-, backup-, network-, time management and entry control devices, industrial PCs, desktops, handhelds level, printing, publishing and communications equipment.
In this role, you will troubleshoot complex functional and technical incidents occurring on the various applications. The selected candidate will participate in the software deployment processes for in-house developed applications and integrations.
In this role, the selected candidate will work in an open laboratory environment that comprises the network infrastructure, physical and virtual services, and workstations needed to support the mission requirements. Use operating systems, including several flavors of Linux, Cisco routers and switches, and NetApp network attached storage arrays.
In this position, you will provide advanced power transmission and fluid transfer solutions by skillfully engineering products and services that reduce the total cost of ownership for a wide variety of applications.
In this role, you will be responsible for the deployment of services into a cloud-based Windows and Linux environment following defined processes and principles. The selected candidate will have networking coursework or experience.
The Systems Administrator serves with the NGA IT/IS Compute Services Data Center Support Team, providing systems administration, integration, the establishing of new user accounts, assigning privileges; establishing and updating procedures and documentation; and providing direct customer support on all Data Center Operational Systems.
This role will successfully demonstrate the skills required to manage all Infrastructure used in the facility.The IT Systems Administrator is responsible for overseeing the daily operations and administration of the overall sites IT Infrastructure.
The Systems Administrator will conduct system problem diagnosis and troubleshooting, submitting problem reports for site, calling in for daily meetings, keeping Site Lead, IAs, and key management informed with any site issues at all times. The System Administrator will work in a multi-team environment supporting all technical issues on site.
In this role, the successful candidate will mentor System Support Specialist to perform tasks which include but not limited to end-user support, trouble ticket resolution, file-system/disk management, server installation/configuration, and process/procedural updates.