Detailed Job Description / Requirements:
Position: Server Administrator
- Candidates having at least 1 or 2 years of experience in relevant field
Duties and Responsibilities
- User Administration
Server Administrators are responsible for creating new user accounts for new employees and removing the accounts of ex-employees. They are also responsible for recovering lost passwords and keeping user data secure. Part of this duty requires Server Administrators to help non-IT employees with any technical issues.
- Develop and Implement Network Maintenance Standard Operating Procedure
To keep a server operating at its best condition, Server Administrators must create and implement a network maintenance SOP. This involves regularly updating operating systems and databases with the latest updates, as well as checking all hardware within employee workstations for issues.
- Diagnose and Repair Hardware and Network Malfunctions
When employees have an issue with their workstation, they call the Server Administrator to find and fix the problem. This involves running diagnostic tests to determine whether the issue is hardware or software. Sometimes it is as simple as a loose wire, and other times the machine is fried completely. It is the Server Administrator’s responsibility to determine the severity of the issue and respond accordingly.
- Develop and Implement Network Security Strategy
In today’s digital age, network security is crucial. It is the responsibility of the Server Administrator to ensure security firewalls are updated regularly and remain fully functional.
- Keep Upper Management Informed With Regular Reports
Upper management doesn’t need to know all of the technical details involved in keeping their network running – that’s what they pay their Server Administrator for. The Server Administrator provides upper management with regular reports outlining pertinent information.
The role of Server Administrator is a technical position that requires hard IT skills and knowledge. Server Administrators must have a working knowledge of TCP/IP, DNS, DHCP, LAN and WAN to troubleshoot and address server issues. They must also know about firewalls, proxy and databases to keep the network and user information secure. Server Administrators also have to be good communicators as part of their job involves helping non-IT users with common hardware and software issues. Here are the skills that most employers are looking for in Server Administrator candidates.
- Using knowledge of TCP/IP, DNS, LAN and WAN to maintain server functionality
- Using analytical and reasoning skills to troubleshoot and repair server issues
- Communicating effectively with colleagues across teams as well as company management
- Best knowledge in cloud server
To Apply: The application should be completed & submitted through the Electronic Recruitment Application (ERA) https://www.rollingplans.com.np/Rolling/Server-administrator and should include a cover letter along with a targeted resume which demonstrates the requirements of the job position. The application needs to be received latest by January 23, 2019 before NPT 17:00 hrs.
|24 Dec, 18|
|23 Jan, 19|