Experience:
3-5 years of experience
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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
10/2/2017
Job Category:
Information Services
Systems Administrator II
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Dime Bank | Norwich, CT
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Job Description

Dime Bank, a leading community bank, is seeking a Systems Administrator II. Responsible for ensuring the effective functioning of the bank's hardware and software systems and peripherals. Provide support as required for successful operation of all technology systems. Assist Technology Officer and department staff with core and ancillary application support, network and core system user administration, network and core system user security, and administration of patch management program. Four-year degree in computer related field, or the equivalent experience, and a minimum of three years relevant career experience. We offer a competitive salary and generous benefits package, including 401(k), profit-sharing, medical, life and long-term disability insurance.

 

AA/EOE/F/M/V/D


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About Dime Bank

At The Dime Bank we believe in relationships. With offices in Honesdale, Hawley (downtown and the lake region), Damascus, Greentown, and Dingmans Ferry, we strive to be our communities' total financial partner. We have been helping generations of customers in Wayne and Pike counties, Pennsylvania and Sullivan County, New York realize their goals and dreams by meeting their financial needs since 1905. We offer a full array of financial services and solutions ranging from traditional products to electronic banking and wealth management services. At The Dime Bank, we appreciate your business and we value your time. We endeavor to create products and services that not only give you the best value for your dollar, but also provide you with as much convenience as possible, so you can spend less time banking and more time living!