Company: Atwood Oceanics
Skills: IT - Sys Admin & Support
Experience: 5 + Years
Education: Some College
Location: Houston, TX, US
Status: Active

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Reporting to the IT Support Manager, the Senior Desktop Systems Administrator is responsible for the administration and support of desktop systems and associated peripherals for end users, including software/hardware upgrades, application packaging and deployment, patch management, antivirus management, image management, end-user support and training.















  • Performs standard System Center administration duties including but not limited to the design, deployment, monitoring, and diagnostic of SCCM

  • Performs monthly Windows patch deployments

  • Manages and updates enterprise image and driver packages

  • Installs, configures, upgrades and maintains end-user workstation hardware and software

  • Coordinates system changes through weekly Infrastructure CAB meetings

  • Monitors anti-virus system to ensure that all workstations are properly secured

  • Assist in the administration of servers and services such as AD, Exchange, File & print servers\

  • Maintains user access rights and permissions in Active Directory

  • Participates in the development and enforcement of desktop workstation standards and policies

  • Troubleshoots issues related to desktop equipment and systems as well as basic server and network support

  • Monitors IT ticket queue and resolves tickets in a timely manner

  • Be available on-call (rotational) and some travel required











  • Bachelor's degree in IT-related field preferred

  • Minimum FIVE (5) years' experience in related field

  • Experience with Configuration Manager (SCCM - application deployment, imaging, patches) required

  • Experience with MS Active Directory administration (users, groups, GPO, security, etc.) preferred

  • Strong knowledge of Windows 7 Operating System

  • Strong customer service skills, able to understand, interpret and explain computer-related concepts in non-technical terms

  • Self-motivated, goal-oriented, ability to multi-task and work with minimal supervision

  • Excellent communication skills; responsive to user requests and able to interface with other IT personnel






working conditions





  • Typical office environment, primarily sedentary (desk) activity and minor moving or lifting

  • Ascend or descend ladders, stairs, scaffolding, ramps, etc.

  • Able to give and receive verbal communication and distinguish audible sounds

  • Travel to and from rigs may be required


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