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IT Systems Engineer

People say technology is boring, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. As an IT professional, you’re on the cutting edge of the best and brightest in tech. In fact, it’s your job to be in the know, which is something you find pretty exciting. You have fun troubleshooting technical issues and enjoy making clients’ processes run more smoothly. If only you could find a workplace that valued technical innovation and expertise as much as having fun with them.

Allow us to introduce ourselves: we’re InterWorks, a tech consultancy that puts people first, and we’re looking for a talented and inspired IT Systems Engineer to join our team. We pride ourselves on continually breathing life into technology. We aspire to have creative takes on tech, data and client relationships. If you’re interested in this kind of environment—not to mention solving problems as part of a diverse team of awesome individuals—then this position is made for you.

Our expectations are simple: we need you to wield some serious IT brain power. We need you to be a lifelong learner who communicates like a human, not a robot. We need you to love helping others navigate challenges, and we may even need you to help settle important debates (like whether Star Trek or Star Wars reigns supreme).

So, what can you expect from InterWorks? Well, it’s crucial to us that we provide an exciting work environment with a unique (and sometimes straight-up nerdy) company culture. InterWorks employees are some of the friendliest, most intelligent people you will ever meet, and they’re the main ingredient in the secret sauce of our success. Joining the InterWorks team means you’re throwing a one-of-a-kind flavor into the mix, and we love that new team members continually keep us fresh.

Responsibilities

  • Consult with clients to determine IT needs and solution design
  • Provide planning/scheduling for refresh/renewal cycles
  • Provide sales support by scoping and defining solutions
  • Manage and execute projects
  • Continue to learn new technologies and complete training tracks
  • Work within a team environment and assist/contribute to team functions/tasks
  • Client relationship management[AA1] 

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
  • Advanced knowledge of desktop operating systems

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 (VDI) with VMware Horizon View, Workspace ONE
  • WiFi technology experience, VoIP phone solution experience
  • Microsoft licensing knowledge and experience

About InterWorks

InterWorks is a business-to-business I.T. consulting firm based out of Stillwater, Oklahoma with staff in Dallas, Atlanta, Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, Washington D.C., 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.

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