Bilingual Systems Support Professional (Tier 1)
We are looking to hire Bilingual Systems Support Professional (Tier 1) for a contract to hire role in Downtown Toronto. Must be fluent in English and French
College diploma or equivalent experience.
3‐5 years of previous support experience working in a technology / systems department directly supporting customers.
French/Spanish‐language technical communication competency is an asset.
Current industry‐relevant certifications (Microsoft, Cisco, VMware, Citrix, Red Hat, etc.) would be an asset.
Strong knowledge of (and ability to troubleshoot issues related to) Operating System, DLL, Antivirus, Malware, Spyware, Software Installs, Active Directory, Printers, SCCM, Mobile Device activation, etc. (3-5 years of experience)
Expert Level Mac (OSx) End User Support Experience
Strong knowledge of Apple Macintosh computing for business (OS X, Open Directory, integration to Active Directory, JAMF, AppleScript, Apple Remote Desktop (ARD), Fusion, etc.) (3-5 years of experience)
Strong knowledge of common client‐side productivity application suites (Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook‐Exchange environments, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Creative Suite, etc.) (3-5 years of experience)
Basic working knowledge of Linux and Unix would be a strong asset (1-2 years of experience)
Basic working knowledge of server‐side applications and technologies, including (but not limited to) Exchange Server, WSUS, Hyper‐V, VMware vSphere, Citrix Xenserver, etc. (1-2 years of experience)
Basic working knowledge of pro‐consumer computer hardware and software interaction (Application / OS threading, memory swapping, disk storage subsystems, etc.) (1-2 years of experience)
Strong written and communication skills; strong interpersonal skills.
Strong organizational and planning skills.
Ability to assume responsibility for multiple concurrent issues, applying appropriate prioritization
Strong overall communication skills and can make a significant contribution to Jolera’s success.
Ability to provide generalized end‐user training.
Ability to communicate technical concepts and issues to non‐technical individuals.
Demonstrated technical learning and understanding competency.
Randstad Professionals Canada
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