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English Language Institute/China

San Dimas, California, United States

Date Posted:
09/14/2005
Categories:
IT
Job Type:
Full-Time
English Language Institute/China
Job Description:
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY JUNIOR NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR

This position supports all communication services and desktop support for the organization.

Daily Responsibilities:

PBX and Voice mail oversight. Panasonic D500 experience preferred.
Microsoft Windows XP desktop administration.
Microsoft Office 2003 support.
Basic Active Directory administration
Microsoft Remote Installation Services
NTFS Security and Share permissions
Veritas Backup Exec.
Strong understanding of fundamental network concepts such as DNS, DHCP, VPN, and WLAN.
Remote Desktop Administration.


Technical Understanding:
Microsoft Server 2003
Microsoft Exchange 2003.
Microsoft SQL Server 2000.
Microsoft Clustering Services.
BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
Network Security Concepts.
IBM AS/400


ELIC is a non-profit educational organization with Christian values, dedicated to serving the peoples of China, Mongolia, Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia by providing Christian English language-teaching teams to educational institutions throughout these countries. The home office in Southern California is a place where your life and work make a difference.

The ideal candidate will have 2 or more years experience in all of the daily responsibilities and possess either an MCSA (MCSE Preferred) or Computer Science degree. Must be a fast learner, highly organized, self motivated and like to work with a variety of people.
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English Language Institute/China

English Language Institute/China (ELIC) is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to sending committed Christians as English teachers to China and East Asia to share hope with university students. More...