The University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law seeks a Workstation and Server Manager, whose primary function will be to administer the School of Law's Active Directory groups; manage and maintain servers and workstations in a mixed operating system environment; and administer data back-up and security regimes. The workstation environment is diverse, including faculty, staff and other offices, classrooms, labs, and a downtown law clinic. A bachelor's degree and at least two years of experience are required; MCSA and/or MCITP, Windows Client and Windows Server, and CompTIA A+ certifications are preferred.
The Workstation and Server Manager is a new position and is classified as a Technology Specialist Intermediate, Grade EE. The posting will be open for two weeks beginning Sunday, April 22, 2012. To apply, go to louisville.edu/jobs.
James A. Becker, J.D.
Assistant Dean for Information Technology
University of Louisville * Louis D. Brandeis School of Law