Unified Communications Support Engineer
|Job Title:||Unified Communications Support Engineer|
|Salary:||Up to £50000 per annum + Training Package|
|Contact Name:||Anneli Sandholm|
|Job Published:||September 18, 2019 15:57|
My London based client is looking for a UC Support Engineer to take over a post within their consultancy space. You'll be expected to work with a variety of customers with a view of becoming the Unified Communications specialist. A base understanding on UC is expected however there will be a training model in place to upskill you.
Voice / UC Support Engineer
- 2nd line Support Voice engineer - CCNP Collaboration/Voice level.
- Experience working with the Sales and NOC Teams
- Have at least 2 years technical experience
- experience working across the Cisco UC stack (CUCM, Telepresence, Unity, IM & P, ISRs, WebEx, Teams, Hybrid Services, Expressways, Meeting Server)
- (optional) exposure to Skype for Business & Call Recording solution
- (optional) good understanding of IT fundamentals (Servers, VMWare, networking, Windows environments)
- Ability to manage multiple tasks
- Excellent problem-solving skills
- Well Organised, with good attention to detail
- Must be able to interphase with both technical and non-technical customers.
MSP- Skills required
- High level of knowledge of desktops support for the below operating systems
- Windows 10
- Windows 8
- Windows 7
- Very good understanding of the below Server operating systems
- Windows 2012r2
- Windows 2016
- Windows 2008r2
- Good understanding of Active directory administration
- Good understanding or Exchange administration
- High level network knowledge CCNA level (Not voice)
This is a permanent opportunity paying up to £50k per annum (skills dependent).
If you are interested please apply with an up to date CV.
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