$45,000 to $54,000 USD Per Year
Open Until Filled
The Application Administrator is focused on the complete support, provisioning, installation/configuration, operation, maintenance and security of hardware and software related to the core systems in the Office of Information Technology (OIT). This position is part of a team supporting the core applications deployed by OIT, and participates in technical research, support and development of these systems to enable continuing innovation within OIT’s infrastructure. This position is a primary resource for technical support and maintenance concerns; ensures that system hardware, operating systems, software systems, and related procedures adhere to organizational goals, values, and standards, and promotes excellent teamwork and communication with all team members.
Required qualifications include Application Administrator I: Bachelor’s degree, preferably in computer science or related discipline, or equivalent education and experience. Experience related to the installation, configuration, modification and support of networked systems, databases, and servers. Knowledge of scripting, such as PowerShell. Prior experience in system administration and enterprise system support, application programming, and experience working with databases. Experience with Windows server administration. Experience with configuration and maintenance of databases. Experience with applying the basic security principles of confidentiality, integrity, and availability to information and information systems. Familiarity with highly available database configurations. Basic knowledge of TCP/IP protocol, DHCP, DNS, Active Directory. Experience with administration of one or more low-complexity applications, such as those running on a single or few servers or having relatively low organizational impact. Positive interpersonal skills. Ability to research and resolve complex technical issues. Ability to manage multiple systems and projects at any given time. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively and project a positive and professional attitude when working or interacting with students, faculty, visitors and fellow work associates. Self-motivated and able to work both independently and as part of a team. Ability to learn quickly, meet established deadlines and demonstrate strong problem solving and critical thinking skills. Ability to manage timelines and deliverables, to create and manage task lists, and to meet work and project schedules as determined by others. Ability to monitor, and update project task with appropriate details to assure effective completion of the project. Ability to partner with cross-functional teams to drive communications that minimize redundancy and promote efficient standardization. Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
Familiarity with one or more of CMU’s enterprise applications, such as SharePoint, Blackboard Learn, Papercut, Timelink, IIS, etc. Ability to work with user offices and subject matter experts in creating solutions using core supported systems. Ability to gather and analyze user needs and create specifications to meet user requirements. Experience working in a service desk, technician, or desktop support role.
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