IT Administrator at Atom

On Thursday, February 19th, 2015
An organization, whose purpose is to transform African Businesses into Global Brands through innovation, strategy and business alignment, is looking to recruit an IT Administrator.
Reporting To: Head of Technology

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Installing, configuring, managing and supporting the SQL Server Relational Database
  • Management System (RDBMS) and the multiple databases and corresponding applications it hosts and supports.
  • Performing administration of database servers in an enterprises environment, including production, development, testing, and training servers to support: backup and recovery procedures; replication; index maintenance; monitoring system performance and optimizing/tuning stored procedures and indexes; creating ad-hoc SQL queries; integrating data files and databases from disparate systems; data mining and cleansing of legacy databases; troubleshooting and isolating and resolving performance problems, etc.
  • Performing networks management functions including network: user administration; resource management; configuration management; performance management; and maintenance.
  • Administrating and appropriately allocating ICT resources for server farms and all other hardware and software resources shared on the network.  (i.e., databases, etc.)
  • Monitoring, analyzing, troubleshooting and taking appropriate corrective measures for all LAN/WAN assets to support optimal application usage, development, support and performance.
  • First Line support; IT Support
Qualifications & Experience
  • A degree in Information Technology or related field
  • At least 2 years experience in a busy user support environment
Submit your application letter and CV only to [email protected] on or before 25th February 2015.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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