Network/IT Administrator

Network/IT Administrators are responsible for maintaining the reliability, performance, and security of an organization's computer network. They are responsible for configuring, installing, monitoring, and troubleshooting the network infrastructure, which can include servers, routers, switches, firewalls, and other networking devices. A Network/IT Administrator must have a deep understanding of various operating systems, virtualization technologies, cloud computing, and data centers. They should also be familiar with different types of network protocols, such as TCP/IP, DNS, and DHCP.

A Network/IT Administrator should have experience with the following:

The role of a Network/IT Administrator requires strong problem-solving
skills, excellent communication skills, and the ability to work under
pressure. They must be able to identify, diagnose, and resolve
network-related issues in a timely and effective manner. They must also
be proactive in identifying and mitigating potential security risks to
the network.

An ideal Network/IT Administrator will have a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or a related field, as well as industry certifications, such as CompTIA Network+ and CCNA. They should also have a minimum of 3 years of experience in network administration, with a strong track record of implementing and maintaining complex network infrastructures.


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Good time management skills

Excellent communication skills

Strong Technical Knowledge