Network Administrator Job Description
A network administrator deploys, installs, administers, and supervises all active network equipment in a company to facilitate optimal network operation. They are responsible for maintaining computer networks and solving any problems that might occur with them.
What Does a Network Administrator Do?
Network administrators are in charge of running computer networks and systems in companies and businesses daily. A systems administrator is another name for this role. Their responsibilities involve developing and maintaining websites, monitoring and optimizing server connectivity, and installing hardware and software.
Job Profile of a Network Administrator
Lanteria HR is looking for a network administrator to assist in maintaining a stable, secure, and effective data communications network. The ideal candidate will be responsible for installing hardware and software as needed. They will manage digital security and execute routine maintenance to keep the system running smoothly.
Network Administrator: Responsibilities
Typical duties of a network administrator include:
Completely managing, configuring, supporting, and updating corporate clients' networks and in-house servers
Analyzing computer networks and systems to determine how performance could be enhanced
Identifying and resolving computer network and system issues
Gathering and evaluating data to improve performance
Assisting clients in defining system needs and designing solutions
Estimating the cost of equipment and assembly
Network Administrator: Requirements
Bachelor's degree in information technology
Practical knowledge of networking, routing and switching
In-depth expertise in computer network infrastructure
Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities
Knowledge of backup and recovery software and procedures
Understanding of application transport and network infrastructure protocols.
Knowledge of load balancers, firewalls, VPNs, LANs, WANs, and troubleshooting