Looking for an entry level job or internship in systems administration? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
There is no single path to becoming a systems administrator. You can get started in some cases with an associate’s degree or no degree and some experience; however, a bachelor’s degree in a field related to computer science or information technology is encouraged. Most important are computer and problem solving proficiency, as you’ll be using both on a daily basis. You also need to be able to learn new technologies quickly.
|Scientific Systems Administrator W2 ONLY 6313940|
Consultant Specialists South San Francisco, CA
|Manager of System Administration and Networking|
Lands' End Dodgeville, WI
|Lead Systems Administrator/Engineer|
Spark Networks Los Angeles, CA
|Windows Systems Administrator|
iLink-Systems Houston, TX
|UNIX / Linux Systems Administrator|
Technology Service Professionals Richardson, TX
|Senior Siebel System Administrator|
Spectrum Saint Louis, MO
|Linux Systems Administrator|
Istonish Boulder, CO
Quotient Bethesda, MD
|Senior Linux Systems Administrator (Cloud Ops)|
Innovative Interfaces Syracuse, NY
Lee Enterprises Davenport, IA
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