Position Overview: This position is located in the Bankruptcy Court s Clerk s Office in St. Louis,
Missouri. The Network Administrator provides technical network support and is responsible for maintaining the Local Area Network (LAN), user workstations running Windows NT, and associated software. The incumbent is a member of the Information Technology staff and reports to the Information Services Manager.
Representative Duties and Responsibilities: The Network Administrator performs duties and
responsibilities which include, but are not limited to, the following:
Responsible for the maintenance of the Local Area Network (LAN), wide area connectivity,wireless network connectivity, data communications and network infrastructure. Manages network and system maintenance activities, monitors all systems and networking hardware, including UPS systems, and oversees the analysis, operation, modification and support of the LAN. Performs and ensures reliability of daily system backups, monitors network resources and error logs and monitors audit logs for security breaches. Configures and maintains virus protection and malware monitoring software. Plans and performs network server upgrades and installs software updates as required. Documents technical processes and develops procedures for use by other IT personnel. Provides end user support for network and connectivity related issues including remote access to Court systems.
Qualifications and Educational Requirements: Bachelor s degree in Computer Information
Systems, Management Information Systems or a related field is required. Required skills: 3-5 years of high level experience in the administration of a Microsoft Active Directory network environment; substantial experience in the administration of PCs and laptops running Windows 10 operating systems including remote desktop connectivity; familiarity with Cisco LAN/WAN switching and routing products, their use and configuration; experience using and supporting Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook and other Office365 applications; experience configuring and administering Symantec Endpoint Protection and Malware Bytes for Business software including the configuration and monitoring of management servers; experience with implementing, operating and managing VMWare systems; and management of remote access to Court assets utilizing two-factor authentication via Duo Mobile and VPN connectivity. Desired experience and skills: experience using network logging and vulnerability monitoring software; experience configuring and using For the Record (FTR) recording software; experience usingCisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning for IP Telephone system administration; experience performing system administration tasks for Microsoft Outlook email databases and users.
Employee Benefits: The U. S. Bankruptcy Court offers excellent opportunities for training and career development. Court employees are covered by the Court Personnel System (CPS). Federal Civil Service classifications or regulations do not apply; however, Court employees are entitled to substantially the same benefits as other Federal Government employees. This position is subject to mandatory electronic fund transfer participation for payment of net pay. All employees are required to adhere to the Judicial Code of Conduct and the Court s policies and procedures. This Court is an equal opportunity employer.
How to Apply: Submit a completed application for judicial branch employment, form AO-78 (available at http://www.uscourts.gov/uscourts/FormsAndFees/Forms/AO078.pdf), a detailed resume and cover letter to:
Keysha Shortridge, Administrative Specialist
U. S. Bankruptcy Court - Eastern District of Missouri
111 S. Tenth St., 4th Floor
St. Louis, Missouri 63102
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