WithumSmith+Brown, P.C., is a forward-thinking, technology-driven advisory and accounting firm, helping clients to Be in a Position of StrengthSM in todays modern business landscape. Withum empowers clients with innovative tools and solutions to address their accounting, tax and overall business management needs. Withum is a place where talent thrives. We recruit only the best and brightest people, with a genuine passion for the business.
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Withum is currently seeking a Systems Administrator.
Reporting to the Senior Systems Manager, the Systems Administrator is globally responsible for the daytoday operations and maintenance of one or more enterprise technology system essential to Withums Core business functions. The Systems Administrator acts as technical resource to management and staff assisting in the operational support of the current computing environment and implementation of technology initiatives that align with the Firms overall strategic plan and its commitment to its staff, its clients, and its communities.
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