Douglasville, GA

Douglas County is Looking for System Administrator II - IS

Amy Cheribelle
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DOUGLASVILLE, GA — The City of Douglasville is hiring a full-time System Administrator II - IS. They will be responsible for Windows Server administration and PC Support in an MS Windows environment.

The recruitment will not close until the position is filled. They will be paid within the range of $65k - $69k per year, based on qualifications and experience. They are eligible for a full benefits package.

The administrator will work as a part of the Desktop Support team, overseeing 3 other technicians. The team will be responsible for performing new hardware and software deployments, break/fix issues within the computing environment, and support printers, scanners, and other technology devices.

The administrator must be able to work with Active Directory, Microsoft Exchange, VMWare, and other server-based technology, they also must be able to work and interact with other people of various backgrounds and jobs.

To qualify, candidates must have a high school diploma or GED aged 21 years or older. A valid Class C US driver’s license with an acceptable motor vehicle record (MVR) is required.

The position must have experience in supporting, working, and/or managing Azure and Office365 environments, VMware and MS server environments, MDM solutions, networking routing and switching protocols, and network storage solutions.

A minimum of 7 years of combined experience as a Windows Systems Administrator and as a Desktop Support professional or related is required.

Candidates are more preferred if they possess certifications on Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA), VMware Certified Professional (VCP), and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA).

Candidates must pass a physical drug screen, Motor Vehicle Record (MVR), and background investigation, with no exception.

Visit here to apply and acquire more information.

Douglas County is an equal-opportunity employer. All candidates will have an equal opportunity in the employment process, and will receive equal treatment during and post-employment.

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