The System Administrator will be responsible for providing technical support and training to DoD customers, with technical issues and questions, provide training to DoD and medical personnel in the use of MC4 systems and applications, maintain databases and applications on client hardware, and collect information regarding systemic problems and report through proper channels.
In this role, you will develop and implement visualized environments for systems and software testing to include infrastructure, servers, and endpoints as necessary to mimic operational environments. Schedule installations and upgrades around development efforts to minimize disruptions.
In this role, you will monitors and manages the IT networks in the lab and works with broader Lab management personnel to maintain an adequate supply of IP addresses and adequate network connectivity within the labs.
A System Administrator must have experience in conducting routine system administration tasks and logging data in system admin logs. Systems administrators are responsible for maintaining system efficiency.
Establishes and maintains user accounts, assigns file permissions and establishes password and account policies; installs, upgrades, configures, tests, maintains and supports operating system software in a production environment.
In this role, the selected candidate will analyze, design, write program code, test, document, and implement functionally appropriately, technically sound, and well-integrated application systems in accordance with Customer requirements, and organizational methodologies and standards.