Network Manager - San Juan College in Farmington New Mexico

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San Juan College

Farmington, New Mexico


United States
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Detailed Job Description

Develops, supports, and maintains the College’s data communications network services to ensure continued systems connectivity and maximum network performance. Ensure integrity and availability of services through continuous assessment of system operations. Provide technical expertise and guidance, networking and operating system expertise, project management, and serve as an escalation resource for all technical needs. Performs hands on LAN, WAN, Security, Phone system, Server, Storage, Computer Equipment and Peripheral installation and troubleshooting. Assist with the procurement of hardware, software and services. Develop and maintain operating guidelines, policies and procedures and ensure adherence to the same.

Duties & Responsibilities

Develops, enhances, modifies, and maintains the College’s data communications network services in accordance with established priorities, policy directions, and goals:

In conjunction with the Director of Enterprise Systems/Network and the Chief Information Officer, develops and implements policy, practices, and technology in the planning and implementation of network services for the College.

Analyzes the College’s needs regarding the use of network equipment and services and provides technical support, innovative solutions, and integrated proposals for network systems, including recommendations for network hardware and software acquisitions;

Formulates, develops, and implements integrated network architectures for computer systems;

Installs, configures, and maintains computer and network operating systems and applications software. Plans, tests, and implements network, file server, mainframe, and workstation hardware and software. Provides on-call support for network systems, as required;

Monitors network performance and troubleshoots network problems to ensure maximum network performance and continued systems connectivity;

Effectively collaborates with all other Office Technology Services areas; e.g., website, computer operations, etc., to ensure successful systems integration;

Develops and maintains network documentation for system users;

Develops internet usage policy and monitors usage by students and employees to ensure adherence to established policy. Sets up new system users and establishes access limitations to ensure proper utilization of the College’s internet capabilities;

Maintains an accurate and detailed record of network upgrades, repair records, maintenance schedules, and diagrams to ensure appropriate and timely documentation.

Interfaces with vendors, as needed, for hardware, applications and support regarding warranties, licensing, on-site problem resolution, etc.;

Plans network enhancement projects, as required. Works directly with outside contractors regarding network enhancement projects, network features, technical requirements, project contracts and contract specifications and proposals, as appropriate. Ensures proper systems licensing;

Develops and conducts related training workshops in areas of computers and network systems for faculty and all levels of employees;

Performs ongoing evaluation of data communications network software and hardware to ensure the continued and future effectiveness and efficiency of the network;

Ensures computer systems are safe from illegal intrusions, viruses, data theft, fraud, and other forms of tampering by recommending security policy, building firewalls, proactively installing virus protection software, etc. Identifies and addresses potential threats and properly records all incidents.

Develops and updates disaster recovery plans, documents procedures, and coordinates the testing of plans to ensure a timely response to unanticipated major systems failures, data safety/data security issues, and a timely return to business-as-usual status;

Remains current with developments in uses of data communications network technology through independent research, current membership in professional organizations, attendance at conferences and trade shows, etc. Researches and evaluates new data communications network standards, technologies, applications and trends, and recommends plans to Chief Information Officer for future enhancement of the network.

Actively participates in special projects directly related to data communications network services development, support, and maintenance to determine the feasibility of implementing new or revised operations, procedures, processes, etc., to better address the network needs of the College.

Projects a positive self-image of technical skill and professionalism, appearance, confidentiality, courtesy, conduct, honesty, fairness, and personal integrity at all times.

Performs other data communications network services development and design activities, as required. Remains flexible and adaptable in work schedules and work assignments as defined by organizational and departmental needs.

SUPERVISORY CONTROLS

The supervisor provides administrative direction with assignments in terms of broadly defined missions or functions.

The employee has responsibility for planning, designing and carrying out programs, projects or other work independently.

GUIDELINES

The employee uses initiative to develop new methods, criteria and/or policies.

COMPLEXITY

The employee makes many decisions concerning planning and executing projects and establishing new or refining existing techniques.

SCOPE AND EFFECT

The work performed in this position includes assessing and analyzing complex IT issues that affect effective operation.

CONTACTS

The employee interacts with co-workers, other college employees and outside vendors.

PURPOSE OF CONTACTS
The interaction with contacts is for the purpose of planning, coordinating or advising work efforts or to resolve issues by influencing or motivating individuals towards mutual goals.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work is conducted in an office setting.

SUPERVISORY AND MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY

Provides ongoing supervision to direct reports including ongoing leadership, advice, training, and guidance;

Ensures proper staffing levels and work distribution;

Conducts staff meetings to promote a constant flow of information, open discussions, knowledge sharing, and to keep staff well-informed;

Continually assesses the performance of direct reports. Develops and communicates performance goals, completes performance evaluations within established timeframes; provides feedback, develops and takes action on performance improvement plans, and determines and implements necessary disciplinary action, as needed;

Supports the personal development and career growth of staff by identifying and providing ongoing training as applicable.

Qualifications

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor degree in Information/Computer Science with a minimum of three years of experience in network design, implementation, and support required. Certification by Cisco Systems as a Certified Network Associate and/or by Microsoft as a Certified Systems Engineer highly preferred. Knowledge of systems analysis, a broad range of computer technologies, computer security procedures and protocols required with the ability to analyze complex computer problems and provide solutions, provide technical guidance and instruction to users on the use of computer technologies, optimize and maintain network software and hardware, design a network, and perform network infrastructure troubleshooting. Effective verbal and written communication, interpersonal, and influence and negotiation skills required to interact with all levels of employees and management, vendors, etc., on a regular basis. Effective organization, prioritization, multi-tasking, time management, and project management skills required. Knowledge of available computing and/or network hardware and peripheral equipment required.

Starting Salary

$75,000

Special Instructions to Applicants

A criminal background check will be conducted. The applicant selected must provide official college transcripts.

Keyword Phrases

  • Network Manager
  • Inspire and Support Life Long Learning
  • Innovative, Dynamic Learning College
  • Commitment to Excellence
  • Network/System Administration
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Employment Type:Administrative Staff
Degree Required: See Job Description
Experience: See Job Description
Level of Job: Manager
Salary: Not Specified
Type of School:2 - Year Institution / Technical
Application Requirements: CV/Resume
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