Los Angeles, CA
The System Administrator is responsible for ensuring the Museum's network and systems are high performing with as little disruption as possible. This includes installation/configuration, operation, and maintenance of networks, servers and systems related to the IT infrastructure. Responsibilities also include conducting technical research to enable continuing innovation within the IT infrastructure, end-user operations and deployment of technology in service of the Hammer's mission, exhibits, and programs.
The Server Administrator is accountable for servers, networks, and systems that support the Museum's technology infrastructure.
The System Administrator maintains, monitors, and improves the museum's data center, server and networking equipment (physical, virtual, and remote). Responsibilities include tracking and logging server activity, performing upgrades of server based software, maintaining data center and networking hardware, addressing questions about technical problems, improving efficiency by evaluating system network functions and documenting system configurations and changes.
An essential function on this job is to manage and monitor all systems backups to ensure backups are successful and run on regular basis as outlined in the museums Disaster Recover & Business Continuity and Document Retention Policies.