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NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR RESUME

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WORK HISTORY (PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE):

Job Title: Network administrator, Company: New Line Inc
Worked From: (11/2010), To: (11/2017); Reason of Leave: Would be explained during the interview.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

My job duties were to:

1) Responsible for Installation, configuration management of wired LAN/WAN network, VPN access

2) Provide backup assistance for the wireless networks

3) Perform the necessary security remediation tasks for the systems support based on requirements from monthly security vulnerability scans of the network

4) Assist Network Engineer personnel with network administration troubleshooting as needed

5) Oversee the physical copper and fiber cable plants including maintaining documentation, maintaining implementation standards reviewing contractor work to make sure adherence to requirements

6) Work closely with end users and/or other IT members to make sure technical issues are resolved in a timely manner

7) Participate in multiple IT projects at the same time

8) Participate in monthly after-hours network maintenance

9) Respond to critical support issues as needed

CV / RESUME OBJECTIVE

Continue working - resuming my career - as network administrator in an environment where I can express my experience.


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