The job responsibilities of the network administrator include, but are not limited to, providing input on the efficiency of the credit union’s technology infrastructure to include hubs, switches, enterprise routers, servers, and network hardware and software. Recommend changes or upgrades or new products as a result of on-going administration of the network. Research and resolve network problems for end users. Install hardware and software.
- Support the credit union’s local area and wide area network hardware and software to ensure that back end functions, systems, PCs, servers, and all peripheral products are operational.
- Provide and run backup procedures that maintain the integrity and security of the credit union’s technology infrastructure.
- Research and diagnose IT problems within the entire infrastructure; troubleshoot, and provide solutions. Test solutions to ensure a correct solution.
- Respond to user problems on PCs to include software applications, systems integration, or individual hardware problems. Troubleshoot, debug, and resolve the problem.
- Provide individual support to end users via the phone, in person, or on-line to answer questions or resolve problems.
- Install, configure, and test new servers for systems, fax, printers, etc. Technology includes knowledge of Windows, NT, Citrix, SQL, and/or Exchange.
- Maintain complete and accurate documentation and support services/warranties for new equipment, software, hardware, and peripherals.
- Install and test new software both for the network and for individual users.
- May administer the phone system.
- Maybe be responsible for repair of copiers, printers, PCs, or laptops.
- Keep abreast of state-of-the-art hardware and software developments. Recommend new technologies that enhance the efficiency and security of the network infrastructure.
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