Systems Administrator Associate - Part Time
Location: Oklahoma City - Hybrid
Responsible for administration of applications, operating systems, databases, or hardware.
Responsibilities for installation, upgrade, change control, real-time monitoring, accuracy, coordination, troubleshooting, problem resolution, capacity planning, backup and recovery, and disaster recovery planning.
Level of Responsibility:
Entry level professional.
Install and upgrade application systems or IT systems (operating systems, storage systems, Data Center hardware, or databases) independently or as part of a team.
Perform Level 3 (application systems) or Level 4 (IT systems) technical support and work independently or with other System Administrators or System Analysts to troubleshoot and resolve problems with application or IT systems.
Maintain application of IT systems including installation of patches, performance monitoring, capacity planning, and tuning.
Establish, test, and implement procedures for application or data backup and recovery.
Develop, test, implement, and maintain disaster recovery plans and procedures.
Coordinate with Systems Administrators and Systems Analysts to establish service levels and ensure service levels are met by independently managing maintenance and outage occurrences that include 24x7 requirements.
Follow change control procedures and standards.
Document Level 1 scripts for application support.
May be required to work non-standard work schedules.
Extensive hours working at a PC.
Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:
Problem-solving skills. Team player. Self-directed.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills; capable of writing documentation.
Self-motivated. Customer Oriented. High skill with most operating system commands/utilities.
Familiarity with most basic system administration tools and processes.
Fundamental understanding of an operating system.
Demonstrated ability to perform duties of the job as described.
Bachelors Degree in Information Systems, Information Technology, Engineering, and/or related discipline, or an equivalent combination of education, training or work experience.