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Bethel University-St. Paul MN

Assistant LAN/WAN Integrator

Bethel University-St. Paul MN
St. Paul, Minnesota, United States

Date Posted: 04/30/2008
Categories: IT
Job Type: Full-Time

Job Description:
Information Technology Services at is seeking an individual to serve as an Assistant LAN/WAN Integrator working on a Network Services team, responsible for the operation of the university network. Up to 70% of time will include management of network monitoring and notification system, management of network level services such as DNS, DHCP, NTP, management and deployment of network equipment, physical cabling moves, adds, changes, troubleshooting of cabling, network equipment and protocols. The balance of time will be project work to develop services and solutions for the institution's computing network. Position requires knowledge equivalent to that gained through a baccalaureate degree in computer science and three years of experience in a technical position requiring both networking and system-security responsibilities. A strong commitment to quality relationships with and service to end users as defined by Bethel's Royal Care Philosophy and an ability to learn and work independently with a strong methodical systematic approach to problem solving are essential. Applicants must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. The individual must have (a) software development proficiency in C, Perl, Ruby, and SQL as well as substantial knowledge and experience with UNIX/Linux systems; (b) mastery of routing/switching technology and protocols; (c) experience with network-level services and applications such as DHCP, DNS, and Radius; (d) an understanding of TCP/IP; (e) knowledge of network architectural issues and strategies; (f) experience installing, configuring and troubleshooting network electronics for both wired and wireless environments; and (g) use of network monitoring and protocol analysis software and hardware designed to monitor and analyze both categories of networks.