IT windows desktop supporter for a Bank in Zurich , Schweiz Experis AGHELP
|Beschreibung:||IT windows desktop supporter for a Bank in Zurich|
|Firma:||Experis AG - Firma bewerten|
|Salär:||zu verhandeln CHF - 40 Std/Woche|
My client is a Swiss Bank in the private banking sector based in Zürich with a globally operating network. They focus on the asset management of private clients throughout the world. Aside from asset management, they specialize in investment funds, estate planning and a wide range of other services. We are currently looking for a highly motivated candidate to join the local office in Zurich.
We are currently looking for an Windows Desktop & Server System Engineer
Daily Tasks Include:
- 1st and 2nd level support as well as server support
- Using the SCCM 2012 tool to manage the 250 machines in Zürich
- VIP support
- Desktop infrastructure support in Zürich and Lichtenstein
- Making the disaster recovery solution available at any time
- Using SCOM I order to monitor the entire infrastructure environment
- 24h Support
- Fluent in German and English
- Minimum 4 years experience as 2nd level support of Windows system engineer
- Proven experience of SCCM 2012 use
- Fantastic troubleshooting skills with a deep knowledge of Microsoft products
- Understanding the dependency between GPO and the Workstation environment
- ITIL certificate preferable
- Strongly customer oriented with great communication skills
Don't hesitate and send us your CV and testimonials today through the link in the advert. In case of any questions please contact Michael De Souter. Please only apply if you have an EU or Swiss nationality.
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