About the Role
As a Systems Engineer, you are responsible for setting up an organization's networked computing infrastructure, ensuring the system runs smoothly, and resolving any technical issues that may arise. You will also work with a team of IT specialists to design, set up, and maintain a network of computers, including hardware, software, and system architecture.
Bachelor's Degree in computer science, information systems, or a related field.
Proven track record of installing, configuring, and troubleshooting UNIX-based systems.
Experience creating scripts and setting up software for automation.
Exceptional knowledge of networking technologies.
Familiarity with administration, performance tuning, and system monitoring.
Good communication skills.
Overseeing the installation of networking and computing infrastructures.
Selecting the best solutions by using knowledge of a wide range of available technologies.
Monitoring systems in the existing network to ensure there are no setbacks.
Installing and configuring operating systems and application software.
Implementing best practices for system security and data backups.
Anticipating potential issues and identifying possible solutions.
Resolving all technical issues when they arise.
Communicating effectively with IT support staff to ensure the setup process runs smoothly.
Keeping relevant stakeholders up-to-date with the latest developments.