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Microsoft Server Administrator

Job Title: Microsoft Server Administrator
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Den Haag, South Holland
Industry:
Salary: €55 - €65 per hour + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6-12 Months
REF: SDBO17
Contact Name: Sadiye Booker
Contact Email: sadiyeb@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by an expanding software company based in The Hague who are currently looking for a Microsoft Server Administrator on a contract/freelance basis for initially 6-12 months with flexibility.

The ideal candidate will have experience with all-round server 2008/2012 administration experience. If you have SCCM knowledge, this will be beneficial.

Key Skills:

  • All-round server 2008/2012 administration experience.
  • Strong experience of working as an Engineer or Administrator.
  • SCCM knowledge will be a plus.
  • MCSA/MCSE certified is desirable.
  • Active Directory knowledge and skills.

If this could be of interest, please send your CV to sadiyeb@montash.com or call +44(0) 207 014 0231 immediately for more information.

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