Trainee System Administrator
PeoplePower is an expert in the field of drawing management and BIM models. This means that we digitize, update drawings, and make information from drawings and BIM models, accessible for building management.
So we are looking for a Trainee System Administrator is an entry-level position in the field of IT and is responsible for supporting the day-to-day operations of an organization's computer systems and networks. Some of the key responsibilities for this role include:
- Assisting senior administrators in the installation, configuration, and maintenance of operating systems, applications, and system management tools
- Learning and participating in the process of performing regular system backups and recovery procedures
- Monitoring system performance and reporting any issues to senior administrators
- Providing basic technical support to users for hardware and software related issues
- Assisting in managing user accounts, permissions, and security
- Keeping up-to-date with the latest security patches and upgrades
Highlights of the role:
- An opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the field of system administration
- Possibility to advance to a Junior System Administrator or a similar role with additional experience and certifications
- Hands-on learning experience: this role provides the opportunity to work on real-world projects and tasks, which can help trainees gain practical skills and knowledge in system administration.
- Career growth opportunities: this role provides a solid foundation for a career in IT, and with additional experience and certifications, trainees can progress to more senior roles within the organization.
- Exposure to a variety of technologies: trainees will have the opportunity to work with a range of technologies, including operating systems, virtualization, cloud computing, and network security, which can help them build a diverse set of skills.
- Collaborative work environment: this role typically requires trainees to work with a team of experienced IT professionals, which can provide a supportive and collaborative work environment for learning and growth.
- Opportunity to make a difference: As a Trainee System Administrator, you will play a critical role in supporting the smooth operation of an organization's computer systems and networks, which can have a direct impact on the success of the organization.
Requirements for the role:
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or a related field
- Basic knowledge of operating systems such as Windows, Linux, and/or macOS
- Good understanding of network technologies such as TCP/IP, DNS, and DHCP
- Strong desire to learn: the field of IT is constantly evolving, and a passionate Trainee System Administrator will have a strong desire to keep learning and growing their skills.
- Attention to details: this role requires a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, especially when it comes to maintaining the stability and security of an organization's computer systems and networks.
- Problem-solving skills: a Trainee System Administrator must be able to identify and troubleshoot technical problems, and a passion for problem-solving can indicate a dedication to finding solutions.
- Communication skills: this role requires clear and effective communication, both with technical and non-technical team members. A person who is passionate about the role will be able to effectively communicate technical information to others.
- Flexibility and adaptability: the field of IT can be fast-paced and demanding, and a passionate Trainee System Administrator will be able to adapt to new challenges and changing requirements.
- Initiative and self-motivation: this role requires taking initiative and working independently, and a passionate Trainee System Administrator will be motivated to take on new tasks and responsibilities.
- A competitive remuneration package;
- Meal and holiday tickets, Easter and Christmas bonuses;
- A 25-day holiday per year;
- Team building activities;
- Life insurance;
- Professional medical services subscription;
- Subscription to sporting activities;
- Participation to the end of year bonus;
- Transport settlement to and from the company;
- Annual investments in your training (educational sessions and courses).
Switching to a new job isn't done overnight. So let's start by talking about your personal drive and ambitions. Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. More info on www.peoplepower.ro or www.talentingsoftware.ro