The Systems Administrator provides day-to-day hands on support to the organization servers, virtualized environment, cloud applications and migration, applications, networking and mobile devices. This position may direct the responsibilities and prioritized the duties of the Tier I level Help Desk support team. This position interfaces directly with internal customers and various departments, troubleshooting user issues to resolution. Other areas of support include LAN support, break/fix, software/hardware upgrades, patch management, and application installs, user support and training, etc.

Christian Care Ministry is a community of Christians that requires its employees to share its Christian religious beliefs and practices. CCM complies with all anti-discrimination laws applicable to religious employers.

A career with Christian Care Ministry (CCM) is more than just a job, it’s a ministry. CCM’s mission is to connect and equip Christians to share their lives, faith, talents, and resources with others. The foundation of CCM’s mission is Acts 2:42-47.


Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • The Systems Administrator is responsible for installing, configuring and maintaining servers, and mid- to large-size computer systems to meet the current and future requirements of system operations, and maintain the integrity and reliability of the system
  • Extensive VMware virtualization knowledge and experience
  • Monitors systems operations; identifies issues, and recommends and implements solutions.
  • Monitors local and wide-area networks; identifies issues, and recommends and implements solutions
  • Plays a major role in Disaster Recovery planning and implementation
  • Provides change management communication regarding system changes, outages, and problems in advance to end users.
  • Installs, configures, tests and deploys Windows-based server operating systems and applications, protection utilities and add-ons, and ability to implement
  • This position requires extensive, sometimes 24-7 customer interaction, and timely responsiveness to issues and questions
  • Perform other job related duties as assigned

Competencies

  • Strong Virtualization skills, prefer Vmware experience with up-to-date current experience with version 6.5
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft products (Windows and domain architecture), electronic data interchange, and network and domain architecture
  • In-depth understanding of network components and their interactions
  • In-depth knowledge of server-based Windows systems
  • Strong knowledge of active directory and Windows design
  • Strong knowledge of the protocols and tools for systems preventive maintenance, and network

Education/Experience/Certifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field or 5 years' experience directly related to the duties specified above in an IT environment
  • This position requires a self-starter and quick learner who understands and can adapt to existing software application and computing infrastructures
  • Highly desired Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification or working towards an infield related certification
  • Highly desired VMware Certified Professional
  • Highly desired Cisco Certified Network Administrator

Perks

  • Competitive pay
  • 401(k) and great benefits
  • An on-site gym and cafeteria
  • CCM values our employees. Each individual is given the opportunity to excel in their strengths, advance their skill set, and have direct input into the decisions that ultimately drive the ministry’s success.

     This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee(s) incumbent in this position. Employee(s) will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties requested by any person authorized to give instructions or assignments. This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an "at will" relationship.

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