Network Administrator - Systems Analyst

From CivicInfo BC - October 5, 2016

Join a Community of Communitiesthe Township of Langley, home to over 120,000 residents, is committed to providing progressive business, housing, and recreational opportunities, while balancing its unique mix of urban growth and rural beauty. A truly fun and beautiful place to work, the Township of Langley offers competitive salaries; excellent benefit packages; municipal pension plan; employee wellness programs; and, opportunities for professional development and career growth.

The Township of Langley is currently recruiting for a regular full-time Network Administrator - Systems Analyst to join our team of professionals in Corporate Administration Division; Information Technology Department.

Reporting to the Manager, Technical Services, you will be responsible in this unionized position for acting as a project leader for the enhancement and installation of specified computer and network systems; participating in planning, scheduling and testing of computer and network technologies; performing various system administration tasks; evaluating user requirements for systems; investigating system problems; researching, recommending and preparing reports, guidelines and procedures for computer and information security and for use within the organization; as well as planning, assigning, supervising and reviewing the work of a small group of technical subordinates engaged in maintaining network and computer systems. You will also prepare and maintain a variety of materials such as procedure manuals, records, files, reports, and correspondence related to the work; and establish and maintain liaison with users, suppliers and other applicable internal and external contacts.

Your education will include a two year diploma from an institute of technology in systems and programming, plus considerable related experience or an equivalent combination of training and experience. You will have excellent problem definition and resolution skills as well as sound knowledge of the methods and principles used in training users in the use of hardware and software applications and a good working knowledge of programming and systems analysis techniques as related to the work. You will possess good customer service skills balanced with the application of best practices and organizational policies. You will have considerable knowledge of the characteristics and capabilities, as well as hands on working experience, with one or more of the technologies used at the Township of Langley, including Cisco and/or Palo Alto firewalls, Cisco switching, Cisco wireless technologies, F5 technologies (Big IP, GTM, ADM), Microsoft Active Directory, Windows Server, System Center, and Microsoft Exchange, NetApp SAN or Enterprise NAS, Mitel and/or ShoreTel Voice over IP, virtualization technologies such as VMWare and Hyper-V and experience with deployment and management of digital certificates. CompTIA Certifications in A+, Network+, Security+, Cisco CCNA or higher, and certifications and/or formal training in any of the above technologies is desirable.

A valid BC Class 5 (full-privilege) drivers license or equivalent drivers license for where you reside is required. A current Drivers Abstract (select the 5 year option if obtaining online) that has been obtained within 6 months of the closing date below must be uploaded with your application in order to be considered for this opportunity and in order for your application to be complete. To obtain a copy of your Drivers Abstract, please contact ICBC directly or the driving authority where you reside.

The CUPE rate of pay for this position is $36.91$43.62 per hour (5 steps 2015 rates), for a paid 35 hour work week, plus benefits. The hours of work are Monday to Friday 8:30am4:30pm.

If you wish to pursue this exciting career in a growing community, please visit to apply.

The closing date for this competition is by 4:30pm Tuesday, October 25, 2016.

We appreciate all applications; however, only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.


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