Network Administrator - perm role

Company Name:
Cannon Search Partners
Full time, permanent opening for a Network Administrator at a well established IT Consulting firm. The ideal candidate will like interacting with staff at all levels. This role will allow you to expand your technical skills, as well as your certifications. Candidates with varying levels of experience will be considered.
Three plus years of experience as a Sr. Desktop Analyst, Network Engineer, Network Administrator or Systems Administrator
Active Directory and Exchange Administration knowledge
Microsoft Desktop (XP, Vista, Windows 7) and Windows Server (2003, 2008, 2012)
Maintain backups, error logs, and updates on servers
Troubleshoot user/system issues, failure recovery, virus cleaning, etc.
Basic networking / VPN / Firewall, IP routing troubleshooting
Interact with hardware and software vendors for system troubleshooting.
Experience supporting Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
Strong hardware and software troubleshooting skills with excellent follow through
Customer support experience
Self-starter, persistent with exceptional communication skills.
Bachelor's Degree in
Science or equivalent work experience
Certifications strongly preferred (A+, MCDST, MCP, MCSE, MCITP, CCNA, etc.)
This is a full time, permanent
. Benefits include Health, Dental, 401K and mileage reimbursement.

Interested candidates should email resumes to Dan Gilliam at Cannon Search Partners, email:

Tags: Network Consultant, IT Consultant, Network Engineer, Network Administrator, Systems Administrator, Systems Engineer, Project Management

Cannon Search Partners specializes in technical recruiting for companies in the Boston area. We currently have multiple openings for Network Administrators, Systems Engineers, IT Managers, Security Engineers, Software Engineers, Architects, Help Desk, Web Developers (java, .NET, UI) IT Business Anlalysts and many more. If you are interested in reviewing some of our other current open opportunities please visit our web site: www.cannonsp.com

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