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Senior Desktop Administrator
About the Company
This large, complex enterprise is experiencing significant change, with a large customer base, you will join a supportive and collaborative culture that strives to improve the business capabilities and harness their technology resources effectively. In return you will be working for an employer of choice, who is renowned for providing an excellent work/life balance.
About the Role
Our client is looking for an experienced and suitably qualified Senior Systems Administrator. Working within a developing team, you will be providing 2 nd and 3 rd level support as well as the proactive management of desktop support through to back end server deployment and configuration.
Skills & Experience Required
- 3 years commercial experience as a Systems Administrator in a complex enterprise environment
- Windows Server administration, deployment and configuration experience
- Strong customer service focus with the ability to build strong relationships
- Experience in solving complex incidents and errors
- Able to negotiate outcomes using the organisations policy and operational objectives
- Ability to make recommendations and provide solutions designs for EUC environments
- A self-motivated and outcome focused person with excellent communication skills
- Linux or Mac OS experience is desirable
Like to know more?
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Clare Weir in our Newcastle office on 02 4927 2223, quoting Ref No. 2R/07549.
Your interest will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
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