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Crook County IT Department is currently seeking to fill the  IT System Administrator position.

The System Administrator will ensure quality and responsive services through ongoing technical design, planning, implementation, preventative maintenance, assessment, proactive monitoring, and the highest level of performance tuning and recovery procedures. Under the direction of the IT Director, the System Administrator will ensure that County’s technology investments generate the highest value. The System Administrator will provide technical guidance and support in concert with the direction and leadership of the IT Director and other designated Managers. The System Administrator will ensure adherence to best practices and proven methodologies to promote continuous information operations and the integration of new value-added technical services and technology. The System Administrator is responsible for a mission critical service requiring stability, reliability, and performance optimization.


Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Business, or other technology discipline, or a combination of education and experience that will enable performance of the full scope of the position.  

Certifications in the following areas or ability to obtain within the first year of hire:

  • MCSE
  • CCNA  
  • CCE
  • MCPD

Minimum of 5 years progressively responsible roles supporting systems in a medium-scale, multi-user, multi-application, multi-server Enterprise environment. Experience in a city, county, state, or federal government environment a plus.

Experience with business Information Technology applications (e.g. GIS, EMR, EHR, HR, and Finance) preferred. Strong Experience with infrastructure environments (e.g. operating system, hardware, data center, security, network, voice, end user and server / web related applications) required.

Prior to or on date of hire:

o Able to complete a thorough employment and/or criminal history check.

o Able to successfully pass a pre-employment drug test

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Salary: $26.07 hourly / $54,225.60 annually + generous benefit package


Location: Prineville, OR
Apply for this Position Job code: 2017-23
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