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Metal-Fab Inc Information Technology Network & Computer Systems Analyst in Wichita, Kansas

This job was posted by https://www.kansasworks.com : For more information, please see: https://www.kansasworks.com/ada/r/jobs/11635097

TITLE: Information Technology Network & Computer Systems Analyst




Summary: This onsite position is responsible for technical support for the user community. Troubleshoots, maintains and modifies computer and network systems.




Job Requirements:


+ Bachelor's degree preferred (in computer science or other technical field of study) or successful completion of a two year vocational school Systems Administration program or a minimum of 4 years relevant experience.




Job Duties:


+ Handle technical calls from users.


+ Routinely and constantly maintain and patch systems.


+ Maintain a highly effective security posture to minimize risk of Cyber-attacks.


+ Maintain and configure network firewall, switch, controller, access point, virtualization, database and server systems.


+ Provide technical support for common applications and operating systems, including but not limited to: Microsoft Office and Outlook, LibreOffice, Thunderbird, Internet Browsers, Windows and Linux.


+ Configure systems and assist users with laser printers, bar code printers and print servers.


+ Develop expertise in internal applications in order to provide support for Filebound, Progress RDBMS, Bar Code printing systems, various manufacturing software systems used in conjunction with manufacturing machinery, processes and bar code readers.


+ Develop skills with OES Netware, Zenworks, Linux, Windows Server, VMWare, SAN hardware and networking equipment to provide support.


+ Respond to off-hours emergencies and urgent critical situations.


+ Excellent problem solving


+ Excellent communication skills, the ability to communicate ideas and information written or verbally to peers, customers and leadership in a professional, tactful and timely


+ Experience in a manufacturing environment helpful, but not required.

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