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Deployment Engineer - SCCM - Windows 10

Job Title: Deployment Engineer - SCCM - Windows 10
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6+ Months
REF: ref:sccm390_1497973575
Contact Name: Peter Wright
Contact Email:
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Deployment Engineer required. Deployment Engineer required by our prestigious and market leading client based in Amsterdam, Netherlands . As Deployment Engineer you will be involved in the deployment of software to be rolled out using Microsoft SCCM within our clients Windows 10 deployment project.

Working in a team of deployment analysts in Windows 10 project, it is highly desirable that the Deployment Engineer has a proven track record the Packaging and deployment of software to client machines using SCCM 2016 (although earlier versions will be considered).

The Deployment Engineer will be responsible for utilising company standard SCCM procedures to install operating systems, and then be responsible for trouble-shooting any subsequent technical issues that may occur.

It is highly desirable that the Deployment Engineer also has an in depth understanding of the Windows installer process.

The Deployment Engineer must also be a confident communicator as they will also be responsible for supporting users during the roll-out both remotely and face-to face.

If you are available and fit the profile above, then please get in touch ASAP with your most current CV and await my response.

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