Desktop Support Administrator
The studio formerly known as Irrational Games is looking for a Desktop Support Administrator. In this role, you will be supporting the development team as well as the IT Manager. We are looking for someone with a broad range of skills and an interest in building and supporting a secure, yet flexible, IT environment.
- Ensure IT Issues are being resolved in a timely manner according to the policies in place.
- Carry out companywide software or hardware projects for the IT manager.
- Inventory and auditing of company hardware/software.
- Set up and troubleshoot domains, user accounts and software accounts.
- Configure, test, and troubleshoot network connectivity and wireless access for local and remote computers or devices.
- Make suggestions for upgrades and timely replacement of hardware and software packages across the company.
- Ensure email and other communication systems are operating properly, efficiently, and in accordance with corporate security and retention policies.
- Coordinate with external vendors to resolve problems as required.
- Support Marketing team on external events and focus testing sessions.
What We’re Looking For:
- Windows OS expertise.
- Windows TCP/IP networking experience.
- Ability to build custom desktop PCs from components.
- High level of hardware troubleshooting experience.
- Linux command line experience preferred.
- Proven ability to communicate effectively in a fast-paced environment.
- Flexibility in schedule and accessibility outside of work hours to address questions or concerns.
- Strong attention to detail and high degree of accuracy in recording and reporting.
- Ability to work independently, using own initiative
When Applying For This Position:
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