Are you someone who works to keep up with what’s new and best in technology? Is troubleshooting technical issues something you get excited about? Do you enjoy smoothing out the bumps in clients’ IT processes? Are you looking for a workplace that values ingenuity and expertise just as much as a fun work environment?

Allow us to introduce ourselves: we’re InterWorks, a tech consultancy that puts people first, and we’re looking for someone who prioritizes breathing life into technology. We need someone who can wield some serious IT brain power. We want a lifelong learner who communicates like a human, not a robot. We need you to love helping others navigate challenges, and we may even need you to help settle important debates (like whether Star Trek or Star Wars reigns supreme).

Please be advised that this role is required to be located in the InterWorks Stillwater office in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Remote work or telecommuting arrangements outside of this jurisdiction are not permissible for this position.

Salary range commensurate with experience and qualifications:  $50,000-$60,000

What You’ll Do

  • Consult with clients to determine IT needs and solution design
  • Provide sales support by scoping and defining solutions
  • Provide planning and scheduling for refresh/renewal cycles
  • Manage client relationships with empathy and efficiency
  • Manage and execute projects and solving day to day IT tasks
  • Continue to learn new technologies and complete training tracks
  • Work within a team environment and support/contribute to team tasks

What You’ll Need

Must-Haves

  • Knowledge of Dell EMC server hardware
  • Understanding of Microsoft Windows Server and Office 365 technologies
  • Working knowledge of switching/routing
  • Advanced knowledge of desktop operating systems
  • Working knowledge of Antivirus or Endpoint Protection software

What We’d Like You to Have

  • CCNA, VMware / Microsoft certifications
  • Server virtualization experience with VMware, Hyper-V
  • Enterprise storage experience (iSCSI preferred)
  • Desktop virtualization (VDI) experience  with VMware Horizon, Workspace ONE
  • Wi-Fi technology experience
  • VoIP phone solution experience
  • BCDR solution experience
  • Microsoft licensing knowledge and experience
  • Cloud infrastructure (AWS / Azure)

 

 

Why InterWorks

InterWorks is a people-focused tech consultancy that empowers clients with customized, collaborative solutions, and we love pursuing innovation alongside people who inspire us. Our approach to work and community is unique and unconventional—just like us—and that’s the way we want it. The only thing missing is you.  At InterWorks, we value unique contributions, our people are the glue that holds our business together.  We’re always looking for the right people, and we could be your perfect fit.

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