Systems Administrator Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Systems Administrator?

Systems Administrator in Columbia:
"I enjoy being able to analyze and solve tough IT problems."
Pros: The challenge it presents on a day to day basis. Every day new problems appear, and every day my team and I rise to the challenge to solve them.
Cons: I don't enjoy the constant moving with the Army. I want to have a job located in once location for the rest of my life.

Systems Administrator in Austin:
"Corporate."
Pros: The culture of the Business Model.
Cons: The lack of resource.

Systems Administrator in Houston:
"System Administrator, a face past goal driven, exciting job."
Pros: Job responsibilities, working as a team to resolve issues and achieve goals.
Cons: Pay, late hours sometimes, no comp time for long hours.

Systems Administrator in Lombard:
"How much I had learn and the lack of training."
Be ready to learn on the fly.

Systems Administrator in San Antonio:
"PayComp1."
Pros: Supervisor. Vacation.
Cons: Senior leadership. Pay. Inflexibility.

Systems Administrator in Wichita Falls:
Pros: Freedom to create projects, working with users, doing tech work, writing scripts, working with many different disciplines of civil engineering.
Cons: No where to go, pay seems low, Gov't contract, horrible office politics.

Systems Administrator in Wheelersburg:
Pros: Relatively low stress, freedom to operate independently with little supervision.
Cons: Wide swath of responsibilities, many falling outside of my job description (i.e. Project management, graphic/web design, photography, anything that runs on electricity, etc). Lack of support from other departments. Overwork as the only full-time IT staff. Immediate response required for major issues.