Senior Systems Engineer
- Ensure that reviews of open and assigned calls are completed regularly to help deliver superior customer experience
- Initiate ideas/actions and engage all points of contact to drive quality improvements within the team
- Proactively reviewing clients open jobs and provide feedback to support analysts
- Work interdepartmentally to establish and maintain best practices for call management
- Act as an escalation point for standards and procedural queries
- Assist Support Engineers and Service Delivery Managers with procedural and technical questions in an open and constructive manner
- Document work instructions to maintain consistent work practices
- Direct and advise technical staff with emphasis on change controls, quality assurance, problem solving, system testing and documentation
- Facilitate the escalation process always
- Act as a primary escalation point for level 3 Support Engineers
- Expertise in deploying and managing Microsoft technologies: Windows Servers, Exchange, IIS, SCCM, SCOM, O365.
- Experience scoping and delivering infrastructure upgrades to on premise and cloud environments
- Expertise in virtualization technologies VMWare and Hyper-V
- Knowledge and experience in the latest Data Centre technologies and cloud platforms including AWS and Azure: Desirable skills in puppet/chef, python/ruby scripting
- Experience working with virtual desktop applications, e.g. Citrix, TS
- Deep understanding of networking principals. VPN, IPsec, TCP IP and Routing skills
- Demonstrated PowerShell scripting skills and exposure to Linux
- Experience in system monitoring and reporting tools
- Extensive experience in a Service desk environment providing support using a call management system
- Minimum 6+ years as a Support Engineer (L3) in a large organisation
Please send through an updated CV for an interview ASAP.
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Contact Name: Mia Davids
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