As a mid-level system administrator, you will mentor and, possibly manage, less experienced sysadmins. You should come to the position with proven competencies of an entry level admin as well as expanded education and certification. You should show expertise in support and systems management as well as strong resolution KPIs.
Your education should include extensive knowledge of scripting and automation as well as a thorough knowledge of networks and their associated security concerns.
You should have experience and training in technical design, planning, implementation, maintenance and the highest level of performance tuning and recovery procedures for mission critical systems. You will serve as the technical expert in the area of system administration for complex operating systems. You will be responsible for:
You should show the following skills and experience:
As a mid-level administrator, you are the SME (subject matter expert) for the hardware, software, and services that keep the company running. You are moving into a position where your skills in more complex systems are deeper and your people-management skills are being developed in preparation for you to move to a more senior role.