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Network Systems Administrator Jobs in Dallas, TX

Systems Administrator

TEKsystems

Dallas, TX

11 days ago
Technology Specialist I

Randstad USA

Dallas, TX

Today
Storage Admin

Cognizant

Dallas, TX

1 day ago
Sr. Network Engineer

TRC Staffing

Grand Prairie, TX

30+ days ago
Senior Sys Admin - Senior

Yoh

Irving, TX

30+ days ago
Network Engineer

LRS

Plano, TX

3 days ago
Cisco Data Center / Network Engineer (REMOTE)

CyberCoders

Plano, TX

1 day ago
Manager - Consulting CIO Advisory(Anywhere in US)

Cognizant

Dallas, TX

9 days ago
Epic Certified Systems Administrator

CHRISTUS Health

Irving, TX

30+ days ago

Dallas Network Systems Administrator Jobs Overview

Most companies cannot run without a computer network. And computer networks definitely can’t run without people in network systems administrator jobs. People who have this essential job function oversee the day-to-day operation of a company’s computer network. It includes installing, monitoring, and supporting local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), network segments, intranets, and other data communication systems a company uses.

Behind the scenes, a network systems administrator:

  • keeps the company’s computer system and network secure.
  • upgrades and repairs components of the system and recommends new software and hardware to optimize the system’s performance.
  • plans for outages and troubleshoots problems that may slow or stop the network from running.
  • keeps email and data storage functions operating smoothly.

More visibly, a network systems administrator sets up workstations for employees, adds and assigns permissions to network users, and trains them to use hardware and software. Some administrators also manage telecommunication networks.

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About Working in Dallas, Texas

They say everything is bigger in Texas, and Dallas proves that to be true. The Galleria Dallas is home to the country's tallest indoor Christmas tree. The largest permanent model train display decorates the Dallas Children's Medical Center. And the 52-foot statue at the Texas State Fair held every year in Dallas called "Big Tex" is the tallest cowboy in Texas—and probably the entire U.S. Dallas has also set a big record for gaining new residents. In the last decade, more than 1 million people moved to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. It makes sense—it's a city with economic growth and a gain in Dallas jobs.

In addition to its larger-than-life reputation, Dallas is also known for its seven professional sports teams. Others see it as a nature center with more than 60 lakes and 50,000 acres of public parkland. Others know it as the capital of American wealth, with some of the wealthiest Americans calling it home. So if you're moving to the area and looking for jobs in Dallas, you might also want to check out neighboring cities as well, including McKinney, Frisco, and Plano.

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How Much Do Network Systems Administrator Jobs Pay in Dallas, Texas?

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