|Description:||We are accepting applications for PC and Network Engineers capable of PC configuration and troubleshooting; including Operating Systems (OS) maintenance, Hardware repair and troubleshooting and Software installation/configuration.
Our technology consultants work to improve the structure and efficiency of business IT systems. This position will require working in partnership with customers by advising them how to use information technology to meet their business objectives or overcome problems.
You will provide on-site and telephone support for our customers, perform LAN maintenance and networking, server administration, new user setup, backups. Upgrade and update PC and Server software packages.
Installation, configuration, troubleshooting of:
– PC Computers
Provide End user support, create technology related customer quotes.
Typical Day to Day Activities – The day to day activities of this position will include but are not limited to:
This is a full-time, hourly position. This position will report to the Technical Services Manager.
|Requirements:||4+ years experience in Information Technologies industry.
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), version 2003 or Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) 2008, MCSE 2012, or other Microsoft premium certification or College Degree preferred.
MICROSOFT skills a must!
Excellent communication skills required. You must be able to comfortably and effectively explain and collaborate with customers and co-workers.
Time management skills required. Must be able to handle multiple top priorities and self manage your schedule.
Must be team oriented. Must maintain a professional demeanor at all times.
Dependable transportation is required. Must maintain a valid driver’s license and insurance coverage. Must be willing and able to provide personal transportation to and from customer
Multiple certifications a plus!
|Salary / Wage:||$60K-$95K/yr DOE (including Incentive Pay)|
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