The IT Administrator typically installs, upgrades and monitors software and hardware. They usually maintain the essentials such as operating systems, business applications, security tools, web-servers, email, PCs, local and wide area networking both hardware and software and mid-range server hardware.
- The IT Administrator monitors and maintains the availability, performance, and security of the company's IT assets.
- The IT Administrator analyzes, installs, configures, integrates, and maintains operating systems (OS) software, hardware, and related applications.
- Tests, troubleshoots and optimizes servers, desktops, and laptops performance.
- The IT Administrator responds to internal and external requests for technical support.
- Installs, configures and performs basic maintenance and technical support of systems software, hardware, and related app. systems.
- Establishes systems guidelines, procedures, and standards and evaluates and plans for system development.
- The IT Administrator monitors and analyzes resources including internal memory and disk storage space.
- Creates, monitors, modifies, and maintains user accounts and implements system resource use policies. .
- Experience providing hardware and software support to users.
- Experience in installations and configurations of operating systems.
- Broad application of principles, theories, and concepts in applicable discipline,
- working knowledge of other related fields, Provides resolutions to a diverse range of complex problems.
- Advanced experience in scheduling and managing backups of systems data utilizing programs.
- Advanced experience in managing Windows Server technologies.
- Advanced knowledge of systems administration, optimization, and industry best practices.
- Extensive experience administering, monitoring, and troubleshooting. .