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  • Data Infrastructure Architect

    $106k-130k yearly est.17d ago
  • System Administrator 3

    $69k-88k yearly est.2d ago
  • BAS Systems Engineer II

    $70k-89k yearly est.23d ago
  • Systems Administrator Sr.

    $73k-93k yearly est.30d ago
  • Network Administrator

    $60k-77k yearly est.16d ago
  • Citrix Engineer

    $77k-99k yearly est.3d ago
  • Systems Engineer

    $73k-96k yearly est.1d ago
  • IT Architect

    $102k-138k yearly est.22d ago
  • IT SYSTEMS ENGINEER III-FEDERAL MB

    $87k-117k yearly est.7d ago
  • Systems Engineer 1

    $78k-99k yearly est.2d ago
  • HP Non-Stop/Tandem System Administrator

    $68k-81k yearly est.5d ago
  • Senior System Engineer

    $97k-124k yearly est.Easy Apply9d ago
  • System Engineer

    $108k-142k yearly est.5d ago
  • Linux Systems Administrator

    $72k-96k yearly est.7d ago
  • Cloud System Engineer

    $84k-111k yearly est.6d ago
  • Linux System Administrator (#913591671)

    $72k-96k yearly est.14d ago
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    $84k-115k yearly est.14d ago
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    $72k-96k yearly est.16d ago
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    $88k-118k yearly est.4d ago
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Average Salary For a Senior System Administrator

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Senior System Administrator is $98,146 per year or $47 per hour. The highest paying Senior System Administrator jobs have a salary over $126,000 per year while the lowest paying Senior System Administrator jobs pay $75,000 per year

Updated February 8, 2023
Average Senior System Administrator Salary
$97,182 yearly
$47 hourly
$75,000
10%
$97,182
Median
$125,000
90%

5 Common Career Paths For a Senior System Administrator

Information Technology Manager

An information technology manager is responsible for supervising tasks for the company's network and information systems operations. Information technology managers require excellent knowledge of the information systems industry, a strong command of programming languages, and software and hardware application processes. An information technology manager reviews the performance of the IT department staff, ensuring that networks and systems maintain the highest quality and efficiency, and adjusting the specific system updates as needed. Information technology managers monitor the security of the system's database and identify business opportunities to utilize all business systems to improve the company's services.

Information Technology Director

An information technology (IT) Director is a professional responsible for the management, strategy, and execution of an organization's IT infrastructure. He/She supervises a team of workers while working with the organization's management and external vendors and advisors. Aside from managing workers, an IT director should possess problem-solving skills and an aptitude for organizational thinking. An IT director must also identify new market opportunities and should lead an effort to improve the organization's IT process.

Project Manager

Project managers oversee a specific project related to the organization's business. They manage the whole project from inception to evaluation. They initiate planning with involved departments, follow-through on the plans, ensure smooth execution of the plans, and evaluate the project for further improvements should these be needed. In line with this, project managers also ensure that the project is cost-efficient and well within the budget. They also manage the different work teams involved in the project and ensure that things are running smoothly on this aspect as well.

Team Leader

Team leaders are responsible for managing a team for a specific project or work component. They primarily guide the team members and ensure that they are still working towards the set goals. Team leaders create strategies to reach goals, cascade the goals and strategies to team members, assign tasks, conduct periodic check-ups on the roadmap towards the goals, foster an engaging work environment, motivate and coach team members, monitor team performance, evaluate the strategies and come up with mitigating plans as needed. They are also responsible for reporting the team's progress to higher management.

Systems Manager

A systems manager is responsible for monitoring the operations of the information technology department, evaluating staff performance, developing strategic procedures to maximize productivity, and identifying business opportunities that would generate more revenues and profitability for the company. Systems managers inspect company networks to ensure the efficiency of the technology systems, conducting regular diagnostic tests, and installing upgrades to boost optimization. A systems manager must have excellent knowledge of the technology industry, as well as a strong command in programming languages and system codes to maintain the security of the company's database.

Illustrated Career Paths For a Senior System Administrator