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The Systems Administrator is responsible for the planning and administration of multiple systems and gateways adapted as needed to a scientific environment, including system design, management, backups, maintenance and upgrades. This position provides technical support, consultation and research of new technologies. The administrator coordinates and/or provides technical support to users, and works with multiple shared resources in addressing specific support needs on a timely basis.
The incumbent works independently to design, administer and maintain systems that service multiple resources. Systems may include physical and virtual, workstations and servers, and multiple operating systems. Responsibilities include: