For more than 80 years, Fort Worth-based EECU community credit union has been
committed to providing members A Better Way of Banking®. Today, EECU has
approximately 185,000 members it serves through 14 banking branches across
North Texas, provides access to 55,000 ATMs nationwide for free, and offers
comprehensive online and mobile banking and financial services. EECU was recently
rated by Consumer Reports as the highest ranking credit union in the
Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
EECU is looking for a Network Administrator, which will be responsible for ensuring
the availability, reliability, scalability, recoverability and stability of the
enterprise network. Network Administrators are responsible for the management
and maintenance of software, hardware and connectivity infrastructure of the
EECU LAN, WAN and voice networks. This includes server hardware, virtual hosts,
virtualization software, SANs, all server level operating systems, firewalls,
routing, switching, and any other network connectivity.
Key responsibilities for the Network Administrator:
installs, implements, programs, and maintains all network and
telecommunications systems, applications, and security and network
configurations of network and telecommunication devices.
upgrades, maintains current system, and implements new network and
telephony applications and equipment.
firewall rule sets and effectively communicating firewall rule changes to
ensure applications are capable of successfully traversing across
security operations entailing responding to incidents, monitoring, and
maintaining systems relating to network security.
the performance of network and telephony hardware and software platforms
at the most advanced level.
complex problems, maintaining continuity of normal workflow, ensuring
compliance with credit union standard operating procedures, standards and
regulations, solving new or unfamiliar problems.
supports and help direct level I administrators as needed.
for compliance of all Federal and State rules and regulations pertaining
but not limited to Bank Secrecy Act, Anti-Money Laundering, Bank Bribery
Act, NCUA Privacy Regulations, FCRA/FACTA and Esign. Required to attend initial and ongoing
annual Bank Secrecy Act training.
Candidates for EECU should possess the following
knowledge and experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology is preferred or equivalent
- At least one year as a Network Administrator with proven skills to be
perform at a level II.
- Excellent analytical and problem solving abilities.
- Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high pressure
- Ability to conduct research into software development and delivery
concepts, as well as technical application issues.
- Ability to present ideas in a business friendly and user friendly
- Very strong customer service orientation.
- Excellent written, oral, interpersonal and presentation skills.
EECU is an
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to veterans
status or on the basis of disability.
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