Trainee System Administrator
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.
- • 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.
- • 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;
• Yearly investments in your training (educational sessions and courses).
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