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TS3 Senior Desktop Engineer - SCCM
Ref No.: 18-00410
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Start Date: 10/09/2018
Post Id 56858

Job Title: TS3 Senior Desktop Engineer - SCCM
Interviews: Onsite interviews are required.
US Citizen or GC only.

This position is intended to be a contract-to-hire. Please do not submit candidates who will need sponsorship as a FTE.

Core undergraduate program in Computer Science or Information Systems or equivalent work experience.
Experience Minimum 3 years combined work experience related to information systems in multiple areas of assigned responsibility (e.g., infrastructure, database administration, software development, business process analysis, System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft Windows OS) - Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.
Ability to: transport items up to 50 lbs.
Two years network experience in WAN/LAN. Microsoft Office, iPads, iPhones, mobile computing environments, and above average experience in the design, implementation, and maintenance of desktop imaging programs, security patching, scripting, client-server computing architectures; excellent communication and organizational skills.
Employee installs and maintains local and wide area networks throughout the agency; analyzes and maximizes network utilization and performance; coordinates information between end-users and IT staff to maintain a fully functioning network; documents network design and keeps records of network changes. The employee will help the agency achieve CFSR standards and help ensure service delivery that focuses on Safety, Permanency and Well-being for the families served by the agency. The employee will adhere to the agency's Guiding Principles by serving as a child welfare professional, valuing every child, honoring families, and valuing partnerships. Must demonstrate cultural awareness sensitivity and competence throughout all aspects of job duties. The employee is committed to practicing cultural competence by: working respectfully and effectively with people of all cultures, classes, races, genders, ethnic backgrounds, religions, sexual orientations, mental and physical abilities, ages and appearances in a manner that recognizes, affirms and values the worth of individuals, families and communities and protects and preserves the dignity of each.