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Lead Systems Administrator -Reno, NV

LegalMatch is looking for a Lead Systems Administrator


LegalMatch is a fast-paced growing website looking for an experienced Lead Systems Administrator to manage our desktop associate team. 

We are the nation’s premier attorney/client matching service. We are headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Austin, TX, Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada, and Cebu, Philippines.  LegalMatch is a profitable, privately-held company.  Our mission is to provide the best way for people to find an attorney, and the best way for attorneys to focus and grow their practices.

The Lead Systems Administrator will ensure our office IT systems run reliably and smoothly.

Main responsibilities:

  • Maintain our office IT systems including the office networks, inter office vpns, email (exchange) and phone systems.
  • Organize the efforts of Desktop Support personnel.
  • Create, Maintain, document and implement standards for the IT department processes and procedures
  • Mentor junior IT and helpdesk personnel.
  • Record and document incident requests 

Primary skills:

  • Networking
  • MS business ecosystem (Exchange, AD, etc.)
  • Organization (you will be responsible for creating and maintaining proper procedures for the department)
  •  Solid understanding of information security operations and best practices
  • Solid understanding of networking protocols and routing
  • Advanced knowledge of Active Directory administration

Bonus skills:

  • Experience using PFSense
  • Experience with UNIX systems
  • Familiarly with ShoreTel phone system 

Interpersonal Competencies:  

  • Positive attitude
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Effective time management skills
  • Prioritize multiple responsibilities
  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Self-motivation and ability to excel with minimum supervision
  • Ability to work well with customers and coworkers in a team                                                            environment.

The right Candidate will bring enthusiasm and drive to the position– we want the person who will do whatever it takes to deliver solutions and guarantee our operations run smoothly on a day to day basis.

Salary: $55,000-$60,000 DOE

 

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