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The network administrator is responsible for day-to-day maintenance, documentation, troubleshooting and monitoring of information systems.
Reporting to the Information Systems/Technology Director, the network administrator is responsible for day-to-day maintenance, documentation, troubleshooting, and monitoring of information systems. In addition, the network administrator provides Help Desk support and installing, documenting, maintaining and troubleshooting on all information technology assets. The accompanying document shows a typical job description for a network administrator.
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