SCCM PATCHING ENGINEER - BIG FIX EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Public trust Clearance is required
o Public Trust can take 3-8 weeks to obtain; we ask candidates NOT give notice till final adjudication notice is sent from the customer
Background Investigation is required, candidate must have a current clean financial background.
CLF is a National Staffing firm whose client is in IMMEDIATE need to fill the SCCM PATCHING ENGINEER position with a candidate that is experienced with IBM ENDPOINT MANAGEMENT (aka BIG FIX).
Please make sure you meet all of the requirements before applying.
This role acts as Tier 3 support for operations and can require occasional support on weekends, nights, and holidays.
Regular business hours are Monday-Friday - 8:
00 a.m. - 5:
Successful candidate needs to be able to design and engineer complex requirements to existing customer infrastructure in a cost effective manner.
Candidate needs to be a subject matter expert and be able to articulate expertly solutions through written or verbal methods. Be able to trouble shoot complex problems quickly and effectively.
- EXPERIENCE with Microsoft Windows engineering in a variety of server based operating system - server 2008 and above
- EXPERIENCE with Endpoint management with IBM Endpoint Management (aka BIG FIX)
- STRONG knowledge of supporting MS tools (SCCM, SCOM, DNS, networking, storage, clustering)
- EXPERIENCE with Virtualization technologies (VMWare, HyperV)
o Strong analytical skills;
o Able to assess and solve issues in a high-pressure environment.
o Strong organizational skills;
o Must be able to multitask without sacrificing attention to details.
o Able to work effectively with other groups and teams.
o Must be able to come up to speed on new project areas quickly as this role will grow quickly
o 7+ years of engineering experience
o Strongly suggest that successful candidate has current certifications in all the required skills
If you feel you meet the requirements please submit your resume for immediate consideration and someone will get back to you within 24 hours.
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