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Taylor University-Upland IN

Upland, Indiana, United States

Date Posted:
02/26/2007
Categories:
IT
Job Type:
Full-Time
Taylor University-Upland IN
Job Description:
Bachelors degree required, preferably in a Computer Science, The Network/Systems Analyst is responsible for the ongoing management and operation of the Taylor University network and server resources. He/she works very closely with others in the Computing Services Team to ensure the availability and reliability of the Taylor data/voice networks as well as the various enterprise-wide and work-group server systems. This position is a member of a dynamic team environment. Based upon the need to support a variety of networks and data servers (including E-mail administration), the duties will often be changed or modified to match the technology and current project workloads.

Bachelors degree required, preferably in a Computer Science, Information Management, or related field. Two to four years experience with server and network systems for voice, video and data and have a general understanding of the Information Technology industry. Ability to make mature decisions, have good interpersonal skills, mature judgment, ability to learn quickly, ability to plan and schedule work, ability to quickly learn and apply new technology. Work with minimum supervision. Must be able to handle and work with interruptions during normal office hours.
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Taylor University-Upland IN

Taylor University, a Christian liberal arts college with a student body of 1,870 on its Upland campus and 650 on its Fort Wayne campus, is known for its combination of distinctives. In addition to a concerned, competent faculty and modern facilities, the University cherishes an atmosphere of uncommon quality which inspires personal participation and spiritual growth as well as intellectual development. In addition, the University’s Center for Lifelong Learning (CLL) based on the Fort Wayne campus serves over 1,200 adult students through degre More...