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Network Administrator, IT Reviews

What is it like working as a Network Administrator, IT?

January 2019
Exceptional work.
Network Administrator, IT in Austin:
Pros: diversity of equipment
Cons: Location
January 2021
Lots of work and not paid for worth.
Network Administrator, IT in Yuma:
Pros: Climbing towers for communications and project planning, implementation, and completion on my own.
Cons: Manager has 10 years less experience and is paid much more. I had the managent position for 14 years before a contract change that messed up who should have the correct position.
February 2015
Network Administrator, IT:
Pros: The challenges are generally fulfilling and tough.
Cons: Lack of gratification from end users and employers.
May 2015
Network Admin Guide.
Network Administrator, IT:
Observe how the company works in terms of IT infrastructure. Look at the infrastructure, then plan out to see if improvements can be made. Get approval from directors then order what's required only. In your plan should be dates of when the infrastructure upgrades should take place. Upgrade on weekends only, better if it's bank holiday weekends. After upgrade test thoroughly. First week of after installing have constant network and infrastructure monitoring.
August 2015
Variety.
Network Administrator, IT:
Pros: People I work with, the different tasks I perform (keeps it from getting boring), working at different small businesses/meeting lots of people.
Cons: Salaray=no overtime when I do work over 40 hours. Management wont resolve some issues that are hindering performance of company.
September 2015
How important it is.
Network Administrator, IT:
When a schools network is down, it can be stressful, but also exciting in finding the problem.
May 2016
I love the challenges, professionalism.
Network Administrator, IT:
Pros: The corporate culture of being rewarded for the effort put in and the gratitude given when things go well. The way you are made welcome in all aspects. Have the best Manager and even better director.
Cons: The remuneration, the clientele basis of non appreciation at initial stage.

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