Systems Administrator - Cloud, Azure and Linux
- 12 month contract with possible extension, based in Brisbane's CBD.
- Background in Cloud, Azure and Linux administration
- Help write technical specs, and QA the work from the offshore team
A large consulting organisation is currently seeking a Systems Administrator for a 12 month contract with possible extension, based in Brisbane's CBD
A large consulting organisation is currently seeking a Systems Administrator to join their team. They aim to provide their clients with Project Management and Project Office technology solutions, best practice consulting services, PMO managed services, and human skills development. Their business options range from simple client centric solutions to full-blown implementations of portfolio and project management technology, resourcing and strategy delivery systems.
They have a current requirement for a Systems Admin, with a background in Cloud, Azure and Linux to work onsite at their clients site in Brisbane CBD, for an initial 12 month contract with possible extension.
You will work alongside current onshore Tech Lead with tasks such as: QA the work as it comes back from the offshore team and to help write the technical specs for the offshore and onshore teams. Ideally you will have a strong background in Cloud technologies, Azure and Linux.
Technically you will need to have a strong understanding of;
- Microsoft Technologies
- Azure / Office 365
- Experience of working within a managed services environment
- Ideally some architecture knowledge
- Strong Customer Focus
- Willingness to learn and develop
- Excellent Communication Skills
- Proactive approach
- Willingness to work on own initiative and as part of a team
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Evelyn De Lange on 07 3339 5611. Please quote our job reference number: 200164519.
Reference Number: 200164519_4
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