Network Administrator

Millar, Inc Located in: Houston,  Texas
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Come be a part of a dynamic team that is helping to make the improbable possible through innovation, customer relationships and support of our novel catheter-based, pressure sensing and telemetry technology, which is utilized worldwide in medical research, diagnostics and clinical treatment.

Millar works directly with customer and business partners to help push medical discovery to the next level.  From mouse to man, our company plays an important role in medical discovery at every level.  Join Millar during an exciting period of growth, as we take the opportunity to expand our clinical and research markets and leave a lasting impact on the medical community.

The Network/System Administrator reports to the IT Manager and is responsible for ensuring the effective utilization of network management tools and server roles and applications to enhance system performance and minimize system downtime as well as performing technical support that includes installation and maintenance of computers, software and related products. 

  • Fields all network related problems
  • Works with software and hardware vendors for maintenance/repairs and to ensure Millar remains up-to-date with products and technologies
  • Maintains library of all software and updates Software Induction and COTS forms
  • Creates and updates yearly computer hardware and software audits
  • Maintains mail user and Active Directory domain accounts to include creating new accounts and terminating AD accounts when users leave.
  • Supports, monitors, upgrades and troubleshoots Windows operating system
  • Works with management to develop processes/procedures, planning and equipment requirements
  • Processes ERP batch files and reviews for errors, backup, loads daily transactions, updates modules, creates and/or prints reports from data extracts and updates software
  • Performs network backups
  • Monitors network to ensure that terminals, controllers, modems and phone lines are functioning
  • May speak with programmers to explain software errors or to recommend changes to programs
  • Provides network cabling, switch, and router support
  • Maintains phone system equipment and assists users with phone system issues
  • Composes, presents, and follows to completion Engineering Change Notices (ECN)
  • May train others and research, evaluate and recommend products
  • Other tasks, duties and responsibilities as assigned 


    • Associate’s Degree (major in Information Systems) or equivalent education and experience 

    • 3 - 5 years related experience and/or training

    • Software knowledge:  Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and project manufacturing software, configuration management, and various back up programs, firewall and proxy software and configuration, Windows Server 2008 and/or greater

    • Well-developed analytical, interpersonal and communication skills

    • Broad knowledge of business, data processing concepts and overall understanding of business needs

    • SQL experience a plus


Millar, Inc. provides innovative physiological monitoring solutions to the medical science community that offer insight by delivering unparalleled accuracy. Our expertise in novel device design, manufacturing and depth of understanding of customers’ applications enables us to provide tools for facilitating scientific discovery and medical diagnosis. With our proven Mikro-Tip® pressure and pressure-volume catheter lines, our pressure-volume (PV) loop systems and revolutionary wireless implantable animal telemetry system, we strive to provide clinicians and researchers with the most exact physiological solutions for complete insight from mouse to man.


Seniority Level:
Experienced - Not Management
  IT / Software Programming
Preferred Industry Background:
  Medical Device,  Hospitals & Healthcare,  Biotechnology
Managing a team of:
Required Travel:
Not at all

Base Salary:
Other Compensation:
Education Required:
Associates Degree
Therapeutic Experience:
International Experience:
North America