Working knowledge of IT. Five years increasingly responsiblesupport experience, or related experience, or equivalentcombination of education and experience working with general systemadministration and staff support. Experience working within aUniversity environment.IT Support and ITSM (Information Technology ServiceManagement).Operational knowledge of network and routing protocols.Operational knowledge of office365 administration, LINUX, andWindows Server operating systems.Operational knowledge of server virtualization and virtualdesktop technologies.Ability to adapt, integrate, and modify existing programs orvendor-supplied packaged programs for use with existing informationsystems.Ability to troubleshoot and perform routine maintenance onservers, computers, and peripheral equipmentAbility to communicate information to faculty, students, staff,and the greater FMU Community in a clear and concise manner. A successful candidate will play an active role in FMU’s existingacademic and operational success. The System Administrator’s roleis to manage the FMU computer software systems, servers, andnetwork connections to ensure high levels of availability andsecurity of the supported business applications. This individualalso participates in the planning and implementation of policiesand procedures to ensure system provisioning and maintenance thatis consistent with college goals, industry best practices, andregulatory requirements.Essential Duties: Installs and maintains campus-wide, applications, andauthentication server(s); ensures backup copies of all files areroutinely made and securely stored at a separate location;maintains system documentation.Ensure the integrity and security of enterprise data on bothinhouse and hosted computers, multiple databases, and during datatransfer in accordance to FMU’s needs and industry best-practicesregarding privacy, security, and regulatory compliance.Manage user accounts, permissions, access rights, and storageallocations in accordance with best practices regarding privacy,security, and regulatory compliance.Provides second level technical support via. CyberZone (ourtrusted helpdesk brand) to users concerning application anddatabase server operations. Anticipate, mitigate, identify,troubleshoot, and resolve hardware and software problems on serversand storage devices.Conduct research on emerging products, services, protocols, andstandards in support of systems software procurement anddevelopment efforts. Recommend, schedule, and perform software andhardware improvements, upgrades, patches, reconfigurations, and/orpurchases Serves as primary technical contact between FMU and ourInternet Service Provider (ISP).Serves as Primary Domain Controller/Registrar for FMU. Servesas Primary Domain controller for and/or assists FMU affiliates withdomain control as required. Works with our Network Administratorand our Sr. Systems Engineer in planning, installation, anddocumentation of network topology and VMWare and Citrix VirtualDesktop Infrastructure (VDI).Works with our Network Administrator and Sr. Systems Engineer,configures, and maintains network routers and firewall(s). workswith our VoIP and AV Engineer to configure and maintain VOIP phonesystem. Installs, configures, and maintains application and storageservers for systems including library, SIS, LMS, Office365, andERP. Assists Network Administrator in installation andconfiguration of network hubs and switches.Monitors all systems for performance and misuse, reports misuseto appropriate authorities.Work closely with the fellow tech team members to provideend-user support and issue resolution.Maintain up-to-date knowledge of emerging tools andtechnologies.Research, evaluate and recommend technologies to supportbusiness requirements.Coordinate with the rest of the MIS team to meet the teamobjectives.Provide emergency 24 x 7 on-call support on a rotatingbasis.Performs other duties and responsibilities as required ordeemed appropriate to the accomplishments of the responsibilitiesand functions of IMT.The omission of specific duties does not preclude thesupervisor from assigning duties that logically relate to theposition. Qualifications: Qualified applicants are asked to upload a cover letter ofinterest, resume/curriculum vitae, and/or certifications, ifapplicable.Supplemental InformationIn addition to the completed application, candidates must submit alist of three professional references (at least one from a previousemployer) that includes names and contact information. Review ofapplication materials will begin ASAP and will continue until theposition is filled. No phone calls please.Florida Memorial University is an Equal Employment OpportunityEmployer.
UK-based offshore technology firm Osbit has won a contract by FTAI Ocean to design and build a well intervention tower system.The so-called ‘smart tower system’ is to be installed on FTAI’s vessel M/V Pride and facilitates integrated riserless and riser-based well intervention operations in water depths up to 1,500 metres.Osbit, managing director Brendon Hayward, said: “We are perfectly placed to supply this system with our extensive experience of delivering complex well intervention systems and large-scale offshore handling equipment. Osbit’s smart tower system represents our continued commitment to reducing the risk and cost profile of projects for our clients enabling increased safety and greater operational time offshore.”Jon Attenburrow, managing director at FTAI Ocean, said: “We look forward to working with Osbit to develop the intervention tower and transform the M/V Pride into a world-class well intervention vessel.”
Related Stories Double Digits: How the No. 44 jersey remains elusive 10 years after being retired by SyracuseScott Shafer, Floyd Little discuss restoration of No. 44 to football program Published on November 9, 2015 at 1:22 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @SamBlum3 Facebook Twitter Google+ Floyd Little has publicly voiced his desire to bring No. 44 back on the field for Syracuse football. And while he admits the 2015 season has been “a struggle,” he still sees potential from an up-and-coming young running back to wear the historic No. 44.“Jordan (Fredericks) is a good runner,” Little said. “I like his style. I like his vision. He’s a good player. I have talked to him and embraced him and encouraged him. But we haven’t talked about (wearing No. 44).”Little said he likes how Fredericks creates yards even after taking the initial hit on the run. It’s what makes him a “great player,” Little said. The freshman has taken over the top spot on the depth chart and has run for 426 yards while scoring three touchdowns. He also has caught a touchdown and has become the best option after starting the year behind Devante McFarlane and George Morris.Floyd Little will be honored on Saturday with a statue to commemorate his time wearing the No. 44. Statues of Ernie Davis and Jim Brown will also be unveiled before Syracuse faces No. 1 Clemson. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text
O’Donnell will be joined by Captain Peter O’Mahony and CJ Stander in the back row.There’s also good news for Munster’s Donnacha Ryan, as he’s been named to start in tomorrow’s game in Cork – his first competitive match since returning from injury. There’s one change to the backline as Rory Scannell partners Andrew Smith in the centre. Antony Foleys side are second in the table and will go top with a victory if Warriors lose to Connacht.