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# 214325 6-May-2017 21:44
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Hey folks,

 

 

Gonna be on the hunt for a mid-grade Systems Engineer for a multidisciplinary team based in Wellington.

 

The role will be critical in the management of SAN Storage systems at multiple sites nationwide, supporting mostly VMWare + FC served storage needs (a smattering of other stuff too).

 

 

Some networking skills (Juniper Switching and Routing, Xirrus Wifi, FortiNet firewalls) an advantage, as would be experience with Commvault, DellEMC Isilon and HP Blade systems (C7000 series). We're a mixed technology stack shop and embrace generalist traits as a result.

 

 

Role will be formally advertised in the near future, this is just me getting ahead of the game a little bit. Happy to take questions.

 

 





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  # 1778556 9-May-2017 15:20
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 Hi Blak,

 

 

 

I am interested in the position, I have much working experience with HP blade server(c7000), and NAS, San storage system( HP XP24000) with windows, linux, vmware systems, have knowledge and working experience of routing and switching as well.

 

Please contact me, I am looking forward to hearing from you.

 

 

 

Kevin

 

singosingosing@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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  # 1805266 22-Jun-2017 15:16
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With any luck this will be formally advertised in a month or so. Interested applicants will need to apply via our Recruitment portal - I will post a link when it goes up.




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  # 1871064 22-Sep-2017 15:27
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Aaaaand the role has gone live.

 

 

https://careers.sciencenewzealand.org/jobdetails/ajid/YgCl8/IT-Systems-Engineer-Infrastructure-Specialist,24747.html

 

 

Applications strictly via the above link, please.

 

 

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