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IT Systems Engineer - OKC

Repeat after us: “Technology should NOT be boring!” Doesn’t that feel better? Too often IT is a roadblock for businesses when it should be a boost. You get it. As an IT professional, you’ve seen how endless troubleshooting and frustrated users can suck the fun from your job. If only there was a place where you could make a difference with tech while having fun …

See where we’re going here?

That’s us! InterWorks is looking for a talented and inspired IT Systems Engineer to join our growing team! If you’re into working with the best IT solutions, problem-solving in a wide range of environments and collaborating with a diverse team of IT all-stars, then this position was made for you.

Our expectations are simple: We need you to flash some serious IT knowledge. We need you to be a lifelong learner. We need you to communicate like a human, not a robot (sorry robots). We need you to love helping others navigate challenges. Most of all, we need you to help us decide whether “Star Trek” or “Star Wars” reigns supreme.

What can you expect from InterWorks? Well, we pride ourselves on having an exciting work environment, with a unique (and downright nerdy) 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 an IT Systems Engineer means joining a family, and our family is growing faster than ever.

Responsibilities:

  • Consult with clients to determine IT needs and solution design
  • Provide sales support by scoping and defining solutions
  • Manage and execute projects
  • Continue to learn new technologies and mentor other team members

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

Required:

  • Dell EMC server hardware
  • Windows Server technologies
  • Working knowledge of switching/routing

Highly Desired:

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