MAJOR DUTIES: (Detailed duties are on the Position Description available at the Human Resources Office)
position is located in an information management organization. The purpose of the position is to serve as a
systems administrator on one or more of the systems maintained/administered
throughout the state. The systems
administered involve multiple computers that use multiple operating
systems. The incumbent is responsible
for installing and testing the system security configuration and monitoring,
operating, troubleshooting and maintaining server hardware and software.
modifies, and tests overall system backup and recovery strategies for assigned
as a technical focal point for the installation and configuration of hardware
and software on personal computers and for personal data assistants associated
with assigned systems.
as a systems administrator responsible for planning, coordinating, modifying,
implementing, and troubleshooting in order to meet customer needs. Work pertains to the administration of all
systems, including a myriad of associated hardware platforms, software
applications and numerous interfaces included in the Local Area Network (LAN)
and Wide Area Network (WAN).
as a technical focal point on multiple operating systems and computer
platforms. Provides technical assistance
and advice to personnel involved in system
design, programming, database design, and modifying commercially developed
software. Determines equipment and
communications requirements and interfaces with other systems. Evaluates machine usage and develops plans
for the necessary acquisition to support future automation (hardware and
evaluates, and recommends hardware/software changes to various computer
systems. Considers factors such as
compatibility with standard systems, conversion or implementation costs, and
impact on existing equipment. Installs,
configures and tests products and equipment being reviewed.
guidelines, standard operating procedures (SOPs), bulletins and flyers
regarding the operation/use of assigned C4 systems, services, and
activities. Analyzes policies,
regulations, and system provisions governing standard operating systems and
provides assistance and advisory services to users .
systems software changes, operating system releases and maintains the
operational status of systems.
Coordinates with system developers to resolve solutions to hardware
and/or software malfunctions.
security management in accordance with National Guard Bureau (NGB) regulations
and state policies. Reviews and
implements local policies regarding system access, network rights, and physical
access to systems and equipment.
--Implements state policy relating to systems
storage requirements. Designs and
modifies the storage structure and correlation between systems. Modifies system parameters on multiple
operating systems, integrating the use of Storage Area Networks (SAN), to
achieve maximum system efficiency.
input to the state Continuity of Operation Plan (COOP) procedures for system
disaster recovery. COOP recovery
includes reestablishment of systems at multiple sites and locations.
--Troubleshoots problems and implements changes
on multiple computer platforms.
Diagnoses system failures to isolate source of problems between
equipment, system software, and application programs.
--Plans and schedules the installation of new or
modified hardware, operating systems, and software applications. Considers factors such as compatibility, conversion or implementation costs,
and impact on existing equipment.
other duties as assigned.