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Infrastructure Support Engineer (NZ)

In jobs / By Darren Cooper / 03 March 2017

Opportunity for an experienced IT professional and customer service champion to join a friendly and supportive team.

Infrastructure Support Engineer (New Zealand)

• Support multiple platforms and technologies - upgrade your career! • Albany, North Shore (NZ) location • Competitive salary offered to top candidates

Nasstar are a Managed IT and Cloud Services provider with customers all over the world. Join a highly motivated team supporting our internal IT infrastructure and global customer base. If you are ambitious and hungry to learn, this is a fantastic opportunity to build on your existing and proven technical skills - take your career to the next level!

We're looking for someone self-driven with a natural aptitude for problem solving and high level of attention to detail.

Ideally you will have:

Demonstrable skills and experience supporting the following server, networking and IT infrastructure technologies;
• Windows Server 2008/2012 • Exchange Server 2010/2013 • VMWare/HyperV • Citrix XenApp • IP/DNS/DHCP/WAN • Firewall & VPN configuration • PowerShell (including scripting) • Active Directory & Group Policy

Further information

You will be joining our New Zealand team based in Albany on the North Shore. There may be an occasional requirement to travel to local customer sites.

Working hours are 2 weeks of each month early shift 9am-6pm/10am-7pm and the other 2 weeks of each month a later shift of 11am-8pm/12pm-9pm.

Only applicants legally entitled to take up full-time permanent employment in New Zealand and able to attend in-person interviews will be considered for this position.

How do I apply?

To apply, please email with your current, up-to-date CV and a covering letter explaining why you feel you are best suited to take on this challenging and exciting role.

Join Our Team

Please send us a current copy of your CV with your cover note below.

Darren Cooper

Darren Cooper

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