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March 15, 2016 by Tris Hussey

Jobs of the Week: Healthcare IT

Jobs of the Week: Healthcare IT

Three Cisco Networking Positions in Victoria supporting healthcare

Our client supports the healthcare programs delivered by the Province of BC and they have an urgent need for three Cisco network admins to support voice and data networks. You can apply for these and any of our other open positons on our online Microserve career portal. Details for these three positions are below...

Cisco Network Analyst - VoIP

Client Overview

Our client, based in beautiful downtown Victoria, BC, is responsible for the administration and delivery of various services to the Province of British Columbia’s health care programs. They are constantly looking at new technology, processes and methods of delivering services to the citizens of British Columbia. Because of this, they are positioned for significant growth.

Position Overview

Microserve's client requires a Cisco Network Analyst – VOIP to join their team in Victoria. This is a full-time position (40 hours per week).

Responsibilities

  • Our client has an immediate need for a Network Analyst who will be well versed in Cisco Routing, Physical Network Design (Layers 1, 2, 3), who can direct and evaluate service providers, who also who also has a working knowledge of CISCO Voice components coupled with system administration and virtual storage experience. The successful incumbent will help identify areas for improvement for network/operational excellence.
  • The Network Analyst works closely with other Network Analysts and all data center professionals and will be providing mostly tier 2 level of support at the network operational level and will enact as a liaison between the network architect, Tier 1 Support and external service providers for the network and the CISCO Voice systems. The focus on this role will be the CISCO VOIP and Call Center, while also working with the team to provide overall network support
  • Our client supports a complex network system with multiple data centers spread across Canada, and integrating with the US organization. Our client works with government network support teams as well as our hosting and network providers to support the networking requirements.
  • The successful candidate will be a methodical problem solver and will analyze and resolve business challenges within budget, and is comfortable with peer and supervisory feedback. You must possess a desire to learn and adopt new processes for continual improvement and to keep abreast of new technologies.

Requirements

Education:

  • Preference for a Technical Diploma or Technical Certification from an accredited technical college or university, with major coursework in data communications, routing, and network administration.
  • CISCO certifications would be an asset.
Desired Skills:

  • Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Administration
  • Cisco Unified Communication Manager Administration
  • CISCO Voice and Call Center Administration
  • Network Management tools
Nice to Have Skills:

  • NetApp
  • VM Ware
  • Solar Winds Network Performance Monitor/Configuration Manager
  • Virtual System/Storage Administration
  • Oracle Database Exposure (Oracle 10g)
  • Oracle Fusion Middleware Exposure
  • Microsoft Windows Administration
  • Microsoft SQL server administration
  • UNIX Administration
  • Dell networking
Along with a competitive annual compensation offered, additional benefits could include:

  • 100% employer paid Provincial Medical Services coverage
  • Comprehensive extended medical package
  • Comprehensive Pension Plan
  • Annual bonus
  • 4 weeks annual vacation
  • Fitness package subsidy
Please note: Our client requires a criminal record check and driver’s abstract.

Apply for the Cisco Network Analyst - VoIP online or email your resume and cover letter to careers@microserve.ca.

Cisco Analyst - PUCCE

Client Overview

Our client, based in beautiful downtown Victoria, BC, is responsible for the administration and delivery of various services to the Province of British Columbia’s health care programs. They are constantly looking at new technology, processes and methods of delivering services to the citizens of British Columbia. Because of this, they are positioned for significant growth.

Position Overview

Microserve's client requires a Cisco Network Analyst - PUCCE to join their team in Victoria. This is a full-time position (40 hours per week).

Responsibilities

  • Our client has an immediate need for a Network Analyst who will be well versed in Cisco Routing, Physical Network Design (Layers 1, 2, 3), who can direct and evaluate service providers, who also who also has a working knowledge of CISCO Voice components coupled with system administration and virtual storage experience. The successful incumbent will help identify areas for improvement for network/operational excellence.
  • The Network Analyst will be able to propose architecture and solutions for adding new capabilities and/or new office locations to the existing CISCO VOIP and Call Center systems.
  • The Network Analyst works closely with other Network Analysts and all data center professionals and will be providing mostly tier 2 level of support at the CISCO Call center and VOIP operational level and will enact as a liaison between the network architect, Tier 1 Support and external service providers for the network and the CISCO Voice systems.
  • The candidate must have the ability to lead a small team for ongoing support as well as small project implmentaitons of the CISCO systems, and be comfortable in working with external support organizations to resolve issues and grow our systems.
  • Our client supports a complex network system with multiple data centers spread across Canada, and integrating with the US organization. Our client works with government network support teams as well as our hosting and network providers to support the networking requirements.
  • The successful candidate will be a methodical problem solver and will analyze and resolve business challenges within budget, and is comfortable with peer and supervisory feedback. You must possess a desire to learn and adopt new processes for continual improvement and to keep abreast of new technologies.

Requirements

Education:

  • Preference for a Technical Diploma or Technical Certification from an accredited technical college or university, with major coursework in data communications, routing, and network administration.
  • CISCO certification would be an asset.
Must Have Skills:

  • Cisco Unified Communication Manager Administration
  • CISCO Call Center Administration (PUCCE or UCCE)
  • CISCO CVP, Finesse, Jabber, CUIC
  • Network Management tools
Nice to Have Skills:

  • Telstrat call recording
  • VM Ware
  • Solar Winds Network Performance Monitor/Configuration Manager
  • Virtual System/Storage Administration
  • Microsoft Windows Administration
  • Microsoft SQL server administration
  • UNIX Administration
  • Scripting
  • CISCO UCS Server support
Along with a competitive annual compensation offered, additional benefits could include:

  • 100% employer paid Provincial Medical Services coverage
  • Comprehensive extended medical package
  • Comprehensive Pension Plan
  • Annual bonus
  • 4 weeks annual vacation
  • Fitness package subsidy
Please note: Our client requires a criminal record check and three reference checks.

Apply for the Cisco Network Analyst - PUCCE online or email your resume and cover letter to careers@microserve.ca.

Cisco Network Administrator - PUCCE

Client Overview

Our client, based in beautiful downtown Victoria, BC, is responsible for the administration and delivery of various services to the Province of British Columbia’s health care programs. They are constantly looking at new technology, processes and methods of delivering services to the citizens of British Columbia. Because of this, they are positioned for significant growth.

Position Overview

Microserve's client requires a Cisco Network Administrator - PUCCE to join their team in Victoria. This is a full-time position (40 hours per week).

Responsibilities

  • Our client has an immediate need for a Network Analyst who will be well versed in Cisco Routing, Physical Network Design (Layers 1, 2, 3), who can work with service providers, who also who also has a working knowledge of CISCO Voice components coupled with system administration. The successful incumbent will help identify areas for improvement for network/operational excellence.
  • The Network Analyst will be able to work with the other team members to assist with proposing architecture and solutions for adding new capabilities and/or new office locations to the existing CISCO VOIP and Call Center systems.
  • The Network Analyst works closely with other Network Analysts and all data center professionals and will be providing mostly tier 2 level of support at the CISCO Call center and VOIP operational level and will enact as a liaison between the network architect, Tier 1 Support and external service providers for the network and the CISCO Voice systems.
  • The candidate be comfortable in working with external support organizations to resolve issues and provide support to our systems.
  • Our client supports a complex network system with multiple data centers spread across Canada, and integrating with the US organization. Our client works with government network support teams as well as our hosting and network providers to support the networking requirements.
  • The successful candidate will be a methodical problem solver and will analyze and resolve business challenges within budget, and is comfortable with peer and supervisory feedback. You must possess a desire to learn and adopt new processes for continual improvement and to keep abreast of new technologies.

Requirements

Education:

  • Preference for a Technical Diploma or Technical Certification from an accredited technical college or university, with major coursework in data communications, routing, and network administration.
  • CISCO certification would be an asset.
Must Have Skills:

  • Cisco Unified Communication Manager Administration
  • CISCO Call Center Administration (PUCCE or UCCE)
  • CISCO CVP, Finesse, Jabber, CUIC
  • Network Management tools
Nice to Have Skills:

  • Telstrat call recording
  • VM Ware
  • Solar Winds Network Performance Monitor/Configuration Manager
  • Virtual System/Storage Administration
  • Microsoft Windows Administration
  • Microsoft SQL server administration
  • UNIX Administration
  • Scripting
  • CISCO UCS Server support
Along with a competitive annual compensation offered, additional benefits could include:

  • 100% employer paid Provincial Medical Services coverage
  • Comprehensive extended medical package
  • Comprehensive Pension Plan
  • Annual bonus
  • 4 weeks annual vacation
  • Fitness package subsidy
Please note: Our client requires a criminal record check and 3 reference checks.

Apply for the Cisco Network Admin - PUCCE job online or email your resume and cover letter to careers@microserve.ca.


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