October 7, 2019
We are currently recruiting for an IT Systems Administrator which is an in-scope position reporting to the IT Coordinator or designate and is responsible for assisting with administering the IT infrastructure, services and systems. The Systems Administrator is also responsible for providing advanced support in a Tier 3 capacity.
The IT Systems Administrator’s duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following;
The minimal qualifications for this position are:
- Provide Tier 3 support to the College in all areas of IT at an advanced level.
- Assist the IT Coordinator in designing, implementing, and managing the College IT systems; infrastructure, internal and external applications; local and wide area networks, servers and email.
- Create, maintain, and audit an inventory of College IT assets.
- Update and maintain all licensed hardware and software in the College and ensure compliance in all manner of copyright and EULA.
- Advise and assist the IT Coordinator in the purchase of IT assets.
- Troubleshoot and solve all manner of Tier 3 IT issues.
- Provide technical support, computer training, and advice to staff.
- Assist the IT Coordinator in developing or modifying College policies and procedures.
- Assist the IT Coordinator in identifying procedural problems and implementing solutions under the direction of the IT Coordinator.
- Under the supervision of the IT Coordinator, perform RMA, hardware, software, service returns, and warranty/contract fulfillment.
- Perform audits as required by the IT Coordinator.
- Other duties as assigned.
- A two-year post-secondary diploma in IT/Computers/Networking or related field with more than two years of related experience at a Systems Administrator (Tier 3) level.
- Experience with: designing and managing IT systems, servers, computers, networks, databases, applications, cloud services, videoconferencing, routing, switching, and email systems; building, modifying and troubleshooting hardware and software.
- Proven ability to practice effective time management and prioritize work.
- Must be able to lift computers and equipment while loading into and out of vehicles, classrooms, and other buildings.
- Must possess a valid driver’s license and be willing to travel including overnight stays, air travel, and travel on gravel roads in all weather conditions.
Northlands College has an excellent benefits package which includes a dental, health and vision care plan; pension plan, life and dependent life insurance, long-term disability, sick leave, vacation leave, professional development opportunities and an employee assistance program. Northlands College has an approved Employment Equity Plan, applicants of Aboriginal ancestry, as well as individuals in other equity groups, are encouraged to apply.
We thank all candidates who apply; however only those short-listed for an interview will be contacted. A criminal record check will be required prior to hire.
until suitable candidate is found.
For more information call Cheryl Brown at 306-425-4499; to apply email
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