A Network Systems Administrator operates on the frontline, repairing and configuring PCs, routers and networks. Those looking to become a network systems administrator need to design data that can be sent or routed in computer networks. Set up user accounts, passwords and permissions to allow access to networks. They should be able to find and fix faults within the network – our competition is the perfect environment to test these skills.

The individual will need knowledge on computer systems, software and hardware. The ability to work well with others, flexible to change and work well under pressure. Analytic skills are essential to monitor performance and colleagues also.

Have excellent IT skills
Have good customer service skills
Are able to think outside the box
Are patient

Career opportunities

  • IT Technical Systems Support

  • Network Engineering

  • IT Security

  • Training / Education

Average Salary
Entry Level
+ 5.9%
Projected workforce change
This is an estimation of the overall number of job opportunities in this career area up until 2027.

Meet our Network Infrastructure role model

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Kamil is one of our inspiring Career role models in Network Infrastructure.

What next?

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