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- Immediate start (before christmas)
- Western Sydney Location
Global organisation is seeking Storage specialists to join an excellent outsourcing team.
This person will be part of the storage managed services team and will provide expertise and support in regards to TSM, Netbackup and other storage solutions.
- Manage and resolve problems identified
- Extensive experience in Storage Management, UNIX and INTEL environments
- ensure integrity of supported environment
- analyse and resolve escalated problems
- install, upgrade and maintain backup solutions
- provide technical guidance in respect of product usage
If you're interested please apply below or alternatively send your updated resume to email@example.com
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Michael Waters on 02 94645704. Please quote our job reference number: 200163234.
Reference Number: 200163234_2
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