Senior Systems Administrator
Would you like to join an organization of 50 professionals who are passionate about the Fraser Institute’s mission? We embrace technology to improve efficiency in all facets of our organization. Do you have a passion to be a leader and drive technology initiatives forward, while also maintaining a great work-life balance? If so, the Senior Systems Administrator position may be right for you!
This is an exciting role in which the Senior Systems Administrator is the primary owner of all thing’s technology-related. Working as Fraser Institute’s technology leader, this individual will enhance and integrate the various on-premise, Cloud and SaaS solutions we leverage. The right mindset and technical skillset are critical.
Here’s what you’ll do:
Investigate and resolve technical issues.
Act as a valuable resource to the Institute’s team by providing support, expertise, guidance and solutions for all IT related matters.
Proactively react and attend to network and/or systems outages and ensure systems are safe and secure against cybersecurity threats.
Ensure our technology stack is current through continued upgrades to the platforms/hardware we utilize.
Think outside the box to help improve processes, implement new technologies, and develop innovative solutions.
Build positive relationships with internal and external partners, whose cooperation is important to present/future success.
Understand the needs of stakeholders and translate this into solutions.
Please note, to be eligible for this role you must live within the Lower Mainland and be able to come into the FI Vancouver office located in Kitsilano.
You have a Bachelor’s degree or diploma in computer engineering/computer science or equivalent experience.
You have experience with enterprise networking, firewalls, switches, access points and VPN tunnels.
You have knowledge of Microsoft Infrastructure technologies: Exchange, Teams, SharePoint, ADFS, Print Management, and more.
You have the ability to maintain professionalism and confidentiality when dealing with sensitive information.
You are proficient in Microsoft Windows software, Azure AD, 365, Hyper-V.
You have budgeting, licensing, and hardware procurement experience.
You’re a multi-tasker and have great time-management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks and recognize when issues/events may affect delivery.
You have proven skills, training and/or applicable certifications.
What we offer:
Opportunity to work alongside a great team of professionals.
Great hybrid work culture in an active learning environment.
Training and career development opportunities.
An attractive compensation package which includes extended health and dental benefits, a fitness credit and a great RRSP plan.
How to apply
Please email your resumé and cover letter (including salary expectations) to the Coordinator, Human Resources at: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Senior Systems Administrator.” Application deadline: October 27th, 2023.
We thank all candidates who wish to apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Please note applicants will be reviewed as they are received. A security screening will be required for successful candidates.
About Fraser Institute:
Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, the Fraser Institute has regional offices in Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, and Halifax. We produce research about government actions in areas that deeply affect Canadians’ quality of life such as taxation, health care, aboriginal issues, education, economic freedom, energy, natural resources and the environment.
Measurement is the foundation for all of our work. Careful, accurate, rigorous measurement. "If it matters, measure it" is a slogan you will see around our office. Things that are measured can be talked about. Things that are talked about in the public arena eventually become part of the climate of opinion.
Sometimes our research recommends public policy solutions that some people feel are controversial. We work to ensure that people become more knowledgeable about the outcomes of various public policies and can then make more informed decisions.
To improve the quality of life for Canadians, their families, and future generations by studying, measuring, and broadly communicating the effects of government policies, entrepreneurship, and choice on their well-being.