Network Analyst and Administrator
Full Time, Permanent – 35 hours per week
Competition closes August 14, 2022
Are you looking to work with exceptional people in the beautiful environment of the Kawartha Lakes doing important work? Are you inspired by purpose, a professional who enjoys a challenge with a workload that provides variety, creativity, and collaboration? Do you enjoy celebrating collective achievement? We are looking for ambitious people who share our values. If this sounds like a perfect fit, we want to talk to you!
Under the direction of the Director, Corporate Services, the Network Analyst and Administrator leads the provision of support services, infrastructure support and planning, as well as ensuring our systems and data remain secure. A customer and continuous improvement focus is important to support local and remote clients with respect to desktop/laptop/tablet equipment, network equipment and systems, software applications, telecommunications, printing, cloud services, and mobile devices. You will work collaboratively with all departments to improve processes with the implementation of technological advances. You will also maintain the IT asset inventory, product lifecycles, IT knowledge base and be responsible for all network design, development, and security. An important function will include relevant policy development and programs to implement policy.
You possess the knowledge and experience relevant to the responsibilities of the position and have a positive, professional, and credible reputation both internally and externally.
You are a motivated individual who enjoys contributing to the attainment of excellent customer service, supporting the organization in achieving business commitments and using your skills for successful project management.
You appreciate working in a team environment where supporting the success of others is just as important as your own success.
You appreciate the freedom to make independent technical decisions within the scope of your expertise and in keeping with provincial and Kawartha Conservation policies, guidelines, and procedures.
It is important to you to hold oneself accountable for effectively meeting and exceeding organizational program goals.
If this position interests you, please review the full details at: Careers and Volunteering – Kawartha Conservation. We thank you for your interest. Only those selected for further screening, or an interview will be contacted.
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