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(Intel) Consultant

Job Title: (Intel) Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Bedfordshire, Bedfordshire
Industry:
Salary: £325 - £425 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: MITIC
Contact Name: Mitchell Forbes
Contact Email: mitchellf@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Duties:

First design, then implement and support my client's internal systems based on the Intel platform.

Create, integrate and support the Disaster Recovery process for my client's internal Intel based systems.

Provide assistance to the sales teams; this will involve local travel.

Support and assist the internal and external personnel in the use of Intel and virtualisation technology and data availability solutions.

Sustain currency with Microsoft and Virtualisation enhancements and emerging technologies.

Designing and implementing solutions based on the Intel Platform.

Supporting customer facing activities; providing high quality technical design and proposal documents.

Work with others to deliver collaborative projects.

Training of other team members.

Provide 3rd level support to all contracted services customers.

Be trained when necessary to support knowledge for Intel and VMware Support is maintained.

Provision of automated routines to assist with customer requirements and remote and hosted support contracts as requested by the Lead Technical Architect.

Hold the implementation of best practice and compliance with Intel procedures, routines and protocol including security, safety and regulatory in the highest regard.

Skills required:

VMware ESX/vSphere administration and support.

VCP5 Certification

Windows Server 2003/2008/2012

Server implementation and build

Design of Intel Solutions

MCP trained, MCSE Certified or MCSA equivalent

Microsoft SQL server

Microsoft Exchange 2003/2007/2010

Extensive knowledge of other Microsoft Technologies.

Citrix XEN APP

Knowledge of Backup Technologies

Knowledge of ITIL processes and ISO/PCI Standards

Knowledge of Networking

Knowledge of Storage Technologies

Knowledge of Server Builds

Conform to procedures / policies

Maintain current market knowledge

Good knowledge and experienced in the use of standard MS Office applications

Ability to produce technical documents & procedures

Strong organisational and administrative skills

Direct & coordinate activities necessary for technical development

Ability to lead and motivate other members of the team

Identify personal development / training for team

Mentoring of team members

Ability to assist/train staff

Excellent problem determination, analytical and resolution skills

Transformation & automation of repetitive tasks

Provide day-to-day support communications

Excellent communication skills internally & externally

Ability to demonstrate initiative

Good telephone manner

Excellent customer facing skills (professional & confident)

Willingness to work unsociable hours

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