Network Administrator - Tier II

RTL Networks Parlier , CA 93648

Posted 2 months ago

Job title: Network Administrator Tier II

Location: Parlier, CA

Status: Part-time 18 hours per week (3 days per week, 6 hours per day)

About Us: RTL Networks, Inc. is a rapidly-growing company primarily focused on providing information technology (IT) support services and personnel to a variety of commercial and government customers for long term contracts. By providing a wide array of professional services and products, we help our customers leverage technology and operate with total confidence in the predictability, security and reliability of their technology resources in order to meet business objectives.

Job Purpose or Summary:
RTL Networks is seeking a Network Administrator to provide customer support, network data communications, system administration, security, telecommunications, and web services. Support is grouped into four task areas: Equipment Support, Software Support, LAN Support, and Other Support.

Essential Job Duties:

  • Equipment support for approximately 45 users and 55 networked computers (mostly Microsoft OS, with some Mac OS)

  • Maintain, repair, and provide training on all workstation and peripheral equipment

  • Troubleshoot and correct equipment malfunctions

  • Install printers, monitors, circuit boards, and chips

  • Relocate IT equipment as needed

  • Provide technical support and representation in acquisition, evaluation, and testing of equipment

  • Maintain equipment status, maintenance, and repair records

  • Serve as representative in coordinating equipment in need of repair

  • Install and maintain network devices in an Active Directory environment as required

  • Software support

  • Maintain operating systems and commercial software packages to keep systems current and updated so that they function properly

  • Notify client personnel of any necessary upgrades and recommend a course of action

  • Install and maintain software

  • Provide support and training to staff as appropriate

  • LAN support for an established Active Directory (AD) Domain with various software packages installed, Cisco switches and routers, and 1000MB and POE to each desktop

  • Perform the services necessary for the efficient and effective operation and maintenance of the Local Area Network (LAN)

  • Install, configure, and maintain file servers, network operating systems, and related items in an Active Directory environment

  • Respond to network malfunctions within one (1) hour of notification

  • Create batch administration scripts

  • Conduct systems backup as required

  • Review and analyze requests for network connectivity

  • Resolve problems with LAN

  • Install LAN for new users

  • Maintain Internet and Wide Area Network (WAN) connections as required

  • Assist in developing security and disaster recovery LAN policies as required

  • Assist in developing and evaluating of technical specifications for proposals and bids

  • Other support

  • Staff a Help Desk, during regular working hours, for computer assistance and respond to requests within one (1) hour

  • Maintain an electronic log of requests, actions, and history that is accessible via the LAN

  • Assist with printing of posters and the subcontracting of custom graphics

  • Train new employees on IT policies and procedures

  • Provide computer repair services

  • Conduct Cyber Security investigations as required by ARS/USDA within 24 or 48 hours as directed, and provide the appropriate written report(s) to the requesting Authority

  • Set up and assist with requests for Audio-Visual equipment and systems

  • Work with client personnel to cleanse and dispose of surplus computers and IT equipment

Minimum Qualifications Include the following:

  • Associates Degree or Equivalent Experience

  • 4 Years of experience performing job duties similar to those described herein

  • Knowledge of network design, implementation, and administration

  • Knowledge of network and infrastructure security technologies

  • Knowledge of Active Directory in support of accounts

  • Knowledge of Microsoft and Mac operating systems

  • Knowledge of PC systems, including hardware, software, peripheral equipment, and typical applications sufficient to instruct and advise users on systems operations

  • Knowledge of IT principles, concepts, methods, standards and practices in order to plan and carry out assignments, interpret procedures and guidelines, and work with users in resolving issues

  • Knowledge of Federal data security requirements, practices and maintenance procedures preferred

  • Skill in troubleshooting network hardware and software applications, and security systems to resolve operational issues

  • Communication skills to provide technical instructions and to resolve problems via telephone or remote control

  • Ability to create, modify and keep accurate network documentation

U.S. Citizenship required.

Applicant selected for this position must be able to obtain and/or maintain a security clearance or access.

Chosen applicants will be required to pass pre-employment drug screening and a criminal background check.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, Females/Minority/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity


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Network Administrator - Tier II

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