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IT Systems Engineer - OKC, OK

IT Systems Engineer

Are you tired of the repetitiveness of corporate IT roles? Do you hate troubleshooting the same issues over and again, with no challenge or room for growth? Are you ready to start working with clients on real IT challenges?

Then InterWorks is the place for you.

We’re proud to provide only the best IT solutions for businesses across every industry. That is why we are looking for a qualified and personable IT Systems Engineer who can fit into the InterWorks IT Services Team.

As an IT Systems Engineer, you will be working face to face with clients on a daily basis. You will encounter exciting new challenges in different environments, all while working with cutting-edge technology. Best of all, you will be part of a highly skilled IT services team comprised of bright, hard-working IT professionals just like yourself. Being part of such an incredible team gives you the benefit of learning new skills and technologies. You will also have the opportunity to progress into a more senior role as you grow in your position.

We are seeking, above all else, candidates with strong communication skills and a friendly, can-do attitude. Because of our close relationship to our clients, providing friendly service is a high priority. The ability to exceed client expectations and work well within a team are also crucial to this position.

InterWorks prides itself on having an exciting work environment, with a unique company culture. InterWorks employees are some the most intelligent and friendly people you will ever meet, and they are the primary reason for the success of InterWorks. Joining the InterWorks team as a network engineer means joining a family and our family is growing faster than ever.

Responsibilities:

  • Consult with clients in order to determine their needs and design encompassing IT solutions for them
  • Provide sales support and help scope and define solutions
  • Manage and execute projects
  • Continue to learn new technologies and mentor other team members
  • Skills and Requirements

As an IT Systems Engineer, we are seeking candidates with skills in the following areas:
Required:

  • Dell Server hardware
  • Windows Server technologies
  • Working knowledge of switching/routing
  • Highly Desired:

MCSA, CCNA, VCP Certifications

  • Server virtualization - VMware vSphere (VCP preferred), Hyper-V
  • Enterprise storage (iSCSI preferred)
  • Storage architecture experience
  • Desktop virtualization - VMware View, Citrix XenDesktop

It is our goal to build the top team of IT services consultants around. We require you to have deep technical knowledge, passion for IT work and a degree of tolerance for working with unknowns. An understanding of business needs and practices is also crucial. You must possess the ability to do well in board rooms and server rooms alike.  In general, you should not ask what the answer is; you should ask how to find it.

About InterWorks

InterWorks is a business-to-business I.T. consulting firm based out of Stillwater, Oklahoma with staff in Dallas, Atlanta, Chicago, San Diego, New York and in Europe.  We opened our doors in 1996 to focus on I.T. networking with an emphasis on customer service.  Still focusing on the needs of the customer, we now serve clients by offering network architecture, software development, web strategy and business intelligence services on a national and global scale.

About the IT Services Team

InterWorks’ IT Services Team has provided unmatched IT services for over two decades. Our team specializes in areas ranging from storage area networks and virtual desktop infrastructure to enterprise wireless solutions. Working with industry leading partners such as Dell, Ruckus Wireless, Aruba, Veeam, VMWare Citrix and ShoreTel, our team can skillfully address any need within the sphere of IT services.

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