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The Basic Sciences Division and Human Biology Division are looking for a System Administrator I/II (SA) to be part of a small team who support around 750 computers (Macs, PCs, and some Linux) for faculty and staff in the Divisions. The SA will provide support for desktop and laptop computers, mobile devices, servers, instruments, and networked printers. The SA is responsible for the installation, configuration, administration, maintenance, and support of computer hardware, software, and applications. The position’s responsibilities require a customer service orientation, the ability to perform independent analyses, and excellent communication and problem-solving skills.