Sr. IT System Administrator - Ironclad

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Sr. IT System Administrator

IRONCLAD HQ (SAN FRANCISCO, CA)

IT

FULL-TIME

About Ironclad 

 

Ironclad is the #1 contract lifecycle management platform for innovative companies. L’Oréal, Staples, Mastercard, and other leading innovators use Ironclad to collaborate and negotiate on contracts, accelerate contracting while maintaining compliance, and turn contracts into critical carriers of operational business intelligence. It’s the only platform flexible enough to handle every type of contract workflow, whether a sales agreement, an HR agreement or a complex NDA. The company was named one of the 20 Rising Stars on the Forbes 2019 Cloud 100 list, and is backed by leading investors like Accel, Y Combinator, Sequoia, and BOND. For more information, visit https://ironcladapp.com/ or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

 

Contracts are the atomic unit of business - everything important that a company does involves a contract: sales, purchases, hires, everything. The process for making a contract happen isn’t that different from the software lifecycle: a cross-functional group collaborates on a technical document that essentially needs to be executable - just in a courtroom instead of a computer. Most legal teams are still stuck doing things manually, emailing versions of these documents around seeking approval and revisions with no easy way to automate workflows. Simple questions like “what is blocking this contract?” can be really difficult to answer since the information is locked in someone’s inbox.

 

About Ironclad IT 

 

Our IT team plays a pivotal role in creating platforms for success so our Ironclad team can execute on our vision. As an IT teammate, you’ll partner with our Operations team on growth strategies and execute on technology needs as we grow. You also bring empathy to understand employee technology needs. You’ll enable the team, build out new offices, and design IT strategy for a fast-paced, fast-growing technology company.

  

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • General internal support: Solve inbound tickets and escalate as needed to ensure teammates can do the work they need to do by offering support for laptops, mobile devices, office hardware, apps like email, and more. 
  • Asset Management. Deploy MDM profiles and policies to actively manage the company fleet.    
  • Scale through systems by proactive research and development of IT best practices for systems and processes.
  • Enablement & Support: Prepare training materials and documentation to enable the team for success and manage inbound ticket requests. Create strategies to anticipate blockers.
  • Collaborate: Partner with teammates across Ironclad to solve technology problems as we scale from managing apps to supporting company growth.
  • Security: Enforce and comply with company policy with vendor and app management, security requirements (SOC, ISO, etc), Jamf and endpoint management.
  • Building and maintaining office network infrastructure

 

Key Skills:

  • 5+ years experience of support in a technical capacity.
  • Experience in a fast-growing company; direct experience with SaaS products, solutions, or ecosystems preferred.
  • Proficient in driving results and outcomes while solving complex problems.
  • SAML and SSO configuration experience with Okta preferred 
  • Technical Experience: G-Suite admin, Jamf certifications (200/300), SAML integration experience/SaaS management, Meraki networking proficiency, 1Password, Zoom, Slack, scripting language (python preferred), Mac, Chrome, Office 365.
  • Mac and PC Hardware support (iPhones, iPads, Android, Google phones and tablets).
  • Elevated understanding of networking principles and how to implement/manage networks (DHCP, DNS, SSID).

 

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

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brandonderek
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Contracts are the atomic unit of business - everything important that a company does involves a contract: sales, purchases, hires, everything. The process for making a contract happen isn’t that different from the software lifecycle: a cross-functional group collaborates on a technical document that essentially needs to be executable - just in a courtroom instead of a computer. Most legal teams are still stuck doing things manually, emailing versions of these documents around seeking approval and revisions with no easy way to automate workflows. Simple questions like “what is blocking this contract?” can be really difficult to answer since the information is locked in someone’s inbox and it is all  very amazing