Job Description1. Install, upgrade, troubleshoot, create documentation, and maintain library servers including Windows domains, file servers, backup systems, e-mail, database servers, web servers, and other components of the Library’s central computer services in coordination with other staff. 2. Install, upgrade, troubleshoot and maintain library telecommunications and data network infrastructures including all switches, routers, voice-mail systems, data cabling infrastructure, and other required equipment in coordination with other staff. 3. Analyze, recommend, and coordinate implementation of new technological solutions including all aspects of testing, installation, training, and vendor relations as assigned. 4. Maintain network and computer security through the installation of required tools, patches, upgrades, and other measures. 5. Research, recommend, acquire quotes, and coordinate purchase of hardware, software and technology services. 6. Provide excellent customer service to both internal and external customers, keeping a “customer first mentality” when recommending new technologies.
Additional Info & Requirements•2+ years experience with Windows 2003 systems administration, including physical installation, configuration, backups, restorations, patch management, monitoring, system security, and installation of third party software. •2+ years experience with Windows 2003 Active Directory configuration and management including user account administration, policy configuration, and computer object administration. •Experience with SQL Server 2000 database configuration. •Proven ability to troubleshoot network-related issues, Windows desktop, and server hardware and software. •Ability to multitask and deal with changing and competing priorities in a fast-paced, constantly changing work environment. •Ability to work well with limited supervision. •Strong organizational skills. •Attention to detail and commitment to quality. •Excellent oral and written communication skills. •A customer-focused mindset. •Ability to scan the horizon, watch emerging trends, and translate them into usable directions for the library. •Relevant experience in a library. •Experience with Linux systems administration including but not limited to, physical installation, configuration, backups, restorations, patch management, monitoring, security and installation of third-party software. •UNIX (Sun Solaris) experience. •MSCE/MSCA certification preferred
The CommunityPublic Library located in the Capital city of Kansas.
Please submit an application with cover letter, and resume to: Human Resources, Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library, 1515 SW 10th, Topeka, KS 66604-1374. (785) 580-4492. EOE. A pre-and/or post-employment drug screen, a criminal history record check, and a physical capacity test are required as a condition of employment.