Note: This position can be located out of our Sacramento, CA or Reno, NV offices.  

Wood Rodgers is looking for a Systems Administrator to support our hybrid network environment. This position would provide Tier II and III network services support and resolve incident and problem management for our enterprise network of eight sites throughout California and Nevada. Respond to operational requests day to day and manage all Azure and on-site network projects and upgrades. Work closely with the network administrators and the help desk to review new service requests, respond quickly to incidents and operational outages, manage the Azure and on-premise network environment. Perform software and hardware upgrades as well as support ISP circuit installations and cutovers. Manage our barracuda email security environment, perform systems backups, and work with our vendors on firewall and security application management.

The successful candidate will have the right mix of hands-on experience, strong interpersonal, leadership, technical skills, experience in administration and troubleshooting for Windows servers and workstations, routers, switches, and vendor management.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities (preferred)

  • Five or more years of Microsoft Server 2012, 2016 and 2019 Admin Experience.
  • Database server administration experience with MSSQL a plus.
  • Network Administration: Switching, Routing, Firewalls, Wireless Access Points
  • Virtualization Administration: Microsoft Azure, VMWARE, or HYPER-V
  • Solid understanding of Office 365, Azure AD, cloud computing Administration.
  • Strong experience working with vendors in the management of firewall and other security applications/products.
  • Strong TCP/IP skills including DNS, DHCP, and VPN configuration, including working knowledge of network topology and protocols (TCP/IP, DHCP, and DNS).
  • Basic understanding of VOIP.
  • Basic switching, routing, VPN, VLAN and wireless configurations managing, configuring, and set up
  • Experience setting up and managing data protection (backup) software (Veeam or other enterprise data protection application experience a plus)
  • Ability to configure and manage enterprise-wide security products including Antivirus, Barracuda Email Security, Data Loss Prevention, Solar Winds Orion, and intrusion detection technologies.


  • College diploma or university degree in the field of computer science, information sciences, or related field or 7 years of equivalent work experience
  • Certifications in areas related to Windows, Network+, Security+, VMWare, or similar


Additional Experience and Skills

  • Positive attitude with the ability to multitask and work effectively with minimum supervision
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Professional, customer-service oriented attitude and demeanor.
  • Ability to work productively, autonomously and under limited supervision.
  • Capacity to work well independently and as a collaborative team member.
  • Demonstrated success managing and executing multiple priorities and projects.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and successfully meet deadlines.

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