Could not recommend stafffinders enough. I met with Chloe, and already she had me in mind for a position that had just come up. She organised the interview, and I was successful. Throughout the temping experience she was always readily available with advice, or help. I am now a permanent employee and could not have done it without stafffinders.
Thank you so much Chloe x
Systems Administrator Jobs
Systems Administrators are responsible for creating IT solutions for private, government and public sector organisations. They aim to improve business efficiency and productivity and get heavily involved in monitoring systems admin software solutions for effective product roadmapping, log management and web design.
Breaking down Systems Administrator jobs into three main areas, they will be dealing with investigating and analysing the initial problem or requirements from a business perspective, designing a suitable system and implementing and testing the new system.
Systems administrators will work closely with programmers, designers and commercial staff such as the Business Analyst, and discuss IT problems and requirements. The systems administrator jobs also deal with interpreting the project and the client's requirements to create detailed project plans.
They also deal with looking at the options for possible solutions and assessing their merits on a business and technical basis - for example, deciding whether a new system is cost effective and compatible with existing systems.
Systems administrators liaise with staff to ensure the project deadline will be met and deal with testing the system and identifying any bugs or glitches. A hugely valuable role within business environments, the job entails providing staff training on the new system and manuals for users.
Specialist areas within systems administration
The more specialist Systems Administrator jobs include understanding the Linux System and owning this knowledge adds greater weight to a new job application and higher earning potential.
System Administrator — Appreciation Day takes place each year in July, such is the value they bring to the modern office. The sys admin liaise with staff to ensure the project deadline will be met and deal with testing the system and identifying any bugs or glitches. A hugely valuable role within business environments, the job entails providing staff training on the new system and manuals for users.
Degrees in IT, computing, programming, software engineering and other subjects. Applicants need at least two A levels/three H grades, or equivalent qualifications.
Employers consider applicants from traditional academic degree courses such as computer science, maths and physics, as well as graduates of business and arts/humanities degrees who have a flair for problem-solving in a logical manner.
Degree in Information Technology Management for Business (ITMB). This new degree has been designed by universities in partnership with premier IT companies. The average salary for a systems administrator ranges between £25,000 and £40,000.
Contact the IT Division Team
Email the IT Division at email@example.com.
Candidates can submit a CV online using our Register online service.
Information Technology Jobs by Email
If you would like to receive notification of new Information Technology Jobs opportunities by email please subscribe to the it mailing list.
Location: Rest of World
Salary: £40000 to £100000 p/a
My client is a large and successful food manufacturer based in the Middle East. The company manufactures a range of products and they are currently looking to recruit candidates at all levels that have direct canning experience.
There are vacancies available in all aspects of my clients manufacturing operation. (Printing ...
Location: Paisley or Edinburgh
Our client creates award-winning bespoke web and systems solutions for a clientele who require their sites to work more productively in order to meet their business aims. Approaching every contract with an inherent understanding that a web presence or system is about more than just marketing – it’s about ...
Salary: £30000 to £40000 p/a
Incredible opportunity to join an award-winning company who need you to innovate, design and develop an outstanding product which has a positive impact on hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.
Since 2013 Bolt Learning has grown and continues to do so, with an unrivaled culture for encouraging everyone to participate ...