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Senior Technical Support Specialist - Network

From CivicInfo BC - July 18, 2016

The City of Nanaimo is a rapidly growing community with a population of approximately 89,000. Nestled between the mountains and the ocean, on the east coast of Vancouver Island, we are centrally located, about 1 hours from Victoria and 2 hours from Vancouver by ferry. With affordable housing, a university and well-developed parks, recreational, cultural and social amenities, Nanaimo is truly an extraordinary place to live.

Senior Technical Support Specialist - Network (Competition 16-67)

The City of Nanaimo is seeking a Senior Technical Support Specialist - Network.

Staff in this position implement, support, and sustain the City's core technical infrastructure. Examples of areas of responsibility for the Technical Support work group include: core networking; security; storage; virtualization; backups; messaging; telephony; directory services; CCTV and remote access; along with other related systems.

The ideal candidate will meet all requirements of the job description, possess a strong sense of curiosity, a dedication to continuous learning, be adaptable to the rapidly changing IT landscape, and look forward to the challenge of building and maintaining complex mission-critical systems.

Applicants must have completed a two (2) year diploma in Applied Information Technology from an accredited technical institute and have a minimum of five (5) years experience designing, implementing and supporting core IT technical infrastructure (e.g. core networking, backups, remote access, virtualization, SAN, security, email/messaging, directory services) or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Possession of a valid British Columbia Class 5 Drivers Licence is required along with a satisfactory Criminal Record Check.

This is a unionized position, $43.39 per hour - after Probation (Jul 2016 Rate), based on a 35-hour work week. A comprehensive benefit package is included.

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