Storage Engineer l HDS
- Must be Australian Citizen to apply and be able to get Defence Baseline Clear
- Full time / permanent role
- Macquarie Park location
Looking for an experienced Storage Engineer (HDS) to work for a large Global Organisation - Macquarie Park
Our client is one of the world's leading Technology companies and they are currently seeking an experienced Storage Engineer with HDS experience to join a strong and dynamic team on a permanent base and deliver world class storage services to their clients.
You will be responsible for developing, documenting and implementing best practices and processes that ensure consistence storage services for all clients.
In your role as a Storage Engineer, you will be responsible for:
- Third level expert support of centralised and remote environments
- You will implement new/improved solutions and identify continuous improvement opportunities
- You will participate in Daily Service Reviews & Service Restoration Teams and contribute to delivering a high level of service across Australia.
- This role will have a high level of interface with the client and be responsible for representing Storage and storage services to the customer on a daily basis.
To be considering for this role, you must have:
- Experience in storage support engineering
- Strong knowledge and experience with HDS Storage systems
- Experience with maintaining array switch environments.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Proven record in working on large projects
- Solid knowledge of EMC is beneficial but not essential
Note: Must be Australian Citizen to apply and be able to get Defence Baseline Clearance
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Mary Norouzifar on 0294645583. Please quote our job reference number: 200165365.
Reference Number: 200165365_5
Contact Details: Mary Norouzifar
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