Network Support Specialist III

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POST DATE 9/15/2016
END DATE 10/24/2016

AT-Tech Glendora, CA

Company
AT-Tech
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
23181016.19049252
AJE Ref #
576181938
Location
Glendora, CA
Job Type
Regular
Required Licenses/Certifications
df-aj

JOB DESCRIPTION

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Plans, administers, and maintains all components of the local area and wide area networks governing the data communications among personal computers. This includes computer networks and related operating systems, mail and note systems, and telecommunications for microcomputers and servers. Plans and designs the implementation of the network infrastructure including hardware/software recommendations. Provides advanced technical support and help functions that relate to networks, security, redundancy, and connectivity.

Requires thorough understanding network topologies such as Ethernet
Requires in-depth knowledge of the following protocols such as TCP/IP, IGRP, Serial, Ethernet, and Access Lists.
Requires in-depth knowledge of network operating systems including router, Microsoft NT, Windows, and Pathworks.
Requires a working knowledge of server installation and setup procedures.
Requires well-developed communication skills to convey highly technical concepts with a wide range of internal customers, provide instruction and technical assistance.


Must be able to plan, design, organize, and implement a network with multiple servers and perform the full range of complex and technical duties described above.
Must be able to analyze and evaluate the needs of users and develop the most effective program or solution to meet those needs.
Must know how to install, configure, maintain and troubleshoot equipment, systems and programs used by the District.
We are an equal employment opportunity employer and will consider all qualified candidates without regard to disability or protected veteran status.

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Qualifications
Requires specialized professional knowledge of personal computer based local and wide area networks; network operations through multiple servers; integration of data and tele-communications; principles and practices of data processing and