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Job: Desktop Systems Administrator – Chris King Precision Components – FILLED

Posted by on August 6th, 2013 at 3:13 pm

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Job Title
Desktop Systems Administrator

Company/Organization
Chris King Precision Components

Job Description
Chris King Precision Components™, manufacturer of precision bicycle components, is seeking a full-time Desktop Administrator to support our design & manufacturing company. Maintains and configures end-user workstation operating systems and software. Responds to immediate computing issues within the company via phone, a bug-tracking system, email and in-person. Performs routine maintenance on hardware and end-user software. Works independently on IT-related projects as assigned.
One year IT support experience required including knowledge of automating client administration. Excellent customer service and troubleshooting skills required. Documentation skills are critical. Experience with physical and logical network management, Mac OS X, Apple Remote Desktop, LDAP/OD and Workgroup Manager is strongly desired. Familiarity with open source software and Unix shells are a definite plus. Ability to quickly learn new technology while still getting things done is critical.
The successful applicant will be team oriented, a fast learner, positive, takes initiative and have a strong commitment to community, the environment and excellence in general.

How to Apply
We offer competitive pay and a full benefit package. Please furnish a letter of interest and resume by e-mail to human.resources@chrisking.com (no attachments accepted).

A drug free environment and equal opportunity employer. Visit our website at www.chrisking.com.

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