IT Administrator


Job description / Role

Their major role is to provide support for all departments and end users in the organization. They should ensure that computer hardware and software, as well as networks and servers, work consistently and correctly. The candidate may install programs, configure networks and databases, and provide assistance to end users. They should focus on one or more areas of IT support, such as information security, database administration, or server maintenance.


Install and Configure Networks

• The candidate will work directly with an organization’s servers and networks, performing setup, enhancement, and maintenance tasks.
• They should ensure that employees’ work stations can successfully connect to networks and access business-critical data at all times.
• They may also configure network security settings and connect peripheral devices, like printers and scanners, that are used by multiple users.

Manage Databases

• The candidate should be able to build an organization’s database architecture so that data is correctly stored and easily accessible.
• This can involve setting up data storage and retrieval protocols, adjusting permissions, and maintaining data security and integrity during migrations, backups, and day-to-day use.
• IT specialist must use their expertise in database programs and languages to support enterprise-wide database access.

Provide User Support

• Provide direct support to users across the organization.
• This can include helping set up hardware or software, diagnosing connectivity or data access problems, answering questions about hardware or software, and helping users access shared drives and devices.

Manage Information Security

• Maintain information security throughout the organization by monitoring access logs and building database security procedures.
• They may also set up antivirus programs at work stations, develop policies for email security, and perform periodic data audits and backups to prevent information loss and unauthorized access.

Troubleshoot Systems and Hardware

• Support the company’s users by troubleshooting systems and hardware, particularly after server migration or an organization-wide update.
• The IT specialist identifies issues with new hardware or software and works with users or on the back end of servers to quickly resolve those issues and prevent delays.
• The candidate must prepare reports on hardware and software issues as part of this role.

Tools of the Trade

• Server software (Windows or Linux)
• Database management software (MySQL, Microsoft Access)
• Active Directory
• C++
• Office365
• Networking
• Firewalls
• Administration & monitoring of CCTV, bio metric systems
• Switches & Routers
• Access Points
•. Linux (ubuntu)
• Email Management, Traffic Management, Troubleshooting & Migration

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