London, England, £28000 - £34000 per annum + benefits
Job Type: Permanent
Managed by: Support Team
Windows Systems Engineer (VMWare Cisco HP Networking) *Remote Interview WFH*. Opportunity to join a hugely successful global company and advance your career in a varied and challenging role within a diverse and supportive environment.
As a Windows Systems Engineer you will monitor and develop the core platforms and define KPIs for network performance, pro-actively manage systems to ensure exceptional customer service and take ownership of tasks within a fast paced team environment. The company is currently undertaking a project to bring all offices under one global technology umbrella, you'll be instrumental in making these changes and improvements.
You'll join a collaborative team based in high profile City offices; driven by technology this company is able to conduct a remote interview and onboarding process during the current social distancing measures.
*You have experience as a Systems Engineer or Network Administrator
*You have a breadth and depth of experience with Microsoft technologies such as MS Server 2008 R2 and higher, Active Directory, Group Policy, VMWare, VSphere, Office 365 / Exchange Online
*You have a good working knowledge of Cisco / HP networking
*You have the ability to script with at least one scripting language, PowerShell preferred
*You're motivated and pro-active with a collaborative nature and good communication skills
As a Windows Systems Engineer you will earn a competitive salary (to £34k) plus benefits including 25 days holiday plus an additional 3 for Christmas business closure; you'll also have private medical care, a pension, season ticket loan, the ability to Give As You Earn, involvement in company charity days, wellbeing programmes, a Inclusion and Diversity Committee and more, including training and development plans and a range of social activities with something for everyone.
Apply now or call to find out more about this Windows Systems Engineer (VMWare Cisco HP Networking) opportunity.