IT Systems Administrator

Anaheim, CA
Full Time
Mid Level

Our future depends upon hiring and retaining great talent who are looking to use the latest technology to create state of the art products for our public safety and social services customers.  As a systems administrator, you will be responsible for creating and maintaining IT environments for software development, testing, customer testing and usage.  Our exciting Case Management product is an Enterprise business application that includes workflow processes, case and document management, and extensive reporting with a focus on criminal justice business knowledge.  Our software is developed and tested in on-premise and cloud environments


Key Tasks and Responsibilities (What you will be doing!)

  • Support all aspects of systems administration: Security, Configuration Management, OS, Virtualization, Storage, Networking
  • Installation and configuration of medium sized hybrid networks
  • Administration and maintenance of firewalls
  • Installation and configuration of Windows and Linux servers, often in virtual environments
  • Administration of analogous functions in cloud environments
  • Administration and maintenance of servers and common applications
  • Perform system backups and restorations, assist in the assurance of backup integrity
  • Schedule and coordinate system maintenance & upgrades
  • Provide technical support via telephone, chat, email support or tickets.
  • Installation and configuration of JAVA web application from customer environment

Qualities you must possess

  • Enthusiasm for installing and maintaining IT environments.
  • Continuous adherence to the highest level of ethical standards and all Company policies and procedures.
  • Ability to understand complex requirements
  • Attention to detail with good verbal and written communication

Preferred Skills and Experience

  • BS in Computer Science/Engineering from an accredited College/University
  • Strong experience with Windows Server 2008/2012/2016/2019 and Windows 7/10/11
  • Knowledge of various Microsoft Server Applications (Active Directory, Exchange, DHCP, DNS, IIS, SQL), Microsoft 365 and web browsers
  • Working experience in day-to-day operations of LANs, WANs and VPNs
  • Working knowledge of Dell Server, Sonicwall, and Dell Switches
  • Understanding of TCP/IP networking technologies, SSL certificates, and TLS configuration
  • Working experience in Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure
  • Working experience in Linux Servers with Dockers – Ubuntu and CentOS
  • Working knowledge of Jboss and Wildfly
  • Knowledge of working in Linux and MS Windows environments
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment, using good judgment and initiative
  • Excellent written/verbal communication skills, time management and analytical skills
  • Ability to multi-task and switch tasks frequently throughout the day is a must

Additional Desired Skills and Experience

  • Public Safety domain and technology experience
  • iOS, Android Mobile deployments
  • NOSQL experience (e.g., MariaDB)
  • Oracle and SQL database script writing
  • Experience with continuous integration systems (e.g. Jenkins) build automation (Maven) and automated testing (e.g. Selenium).


cFive provides its employees with excellent benefits including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and AD&D Insurance. cFive employees also receive Holidays and PTO.


cFive is an Equal Opportunity Employer that recruits and hires qualified candidates without regard to race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, or veteran status.



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