Network Systems Engineer

Dallas, TX

Local Only

Full Time

$90k - $110k

Job Description
A globally recognized organization is currently for two Systems Engineers. Our client provides managed services specifically for FinTech organizations – focusing support on public and private cloud, cyber security, and disaster recovery. These roles are due to tremendous growth that the organization has been having over the years.
Ideally, they are looking for individuals skilled with mainly Windows, with some Linux. Ideally, proficient with Cisco, VMware, O35, Active Directory (Group Policies), and Azure. They would also like strong networking concepts like TCP/IP, LAN/WAN, DHCP, routing/switches, and firewalls. This position will be working closely with both Project Managers and will have client facing responsibilities too. So excellent communication and written skills are a must.
These roles are slated as 3-6 month contract-to-hire. They are fine with being fully remote. Hourly rate will be around $40-50/hr with a conversion around $90-100K plus bonus and benefits.
Required Skills & Experience
  • At least 3-5+ years in a IT
  • Strong experience virtualization – VMware, vSphere, or Hyper-V
  • Solid understanding Windows, O365, Active Directory, and Azure
  • Ability to be client facing and skilled with partnering with others/the team
Desired Skills & Experience
  • Any experience with Cisco, Citrix, VPN, and Mobile Device Management (MDM)
  • Ability to work in a collaborative, and fun, team setting
  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s or Master’s in computer science or related field
What You Will Be Doing
Daily Responsibilities
  • 100% hands-on
The Offer
  • Competitive Pay: $40-50/hr during the 6-month contract portion. Conversion salary will be around $90-100K along with stellar company benefits upon roll over.
You will receive the following benefits:
  • Health, vision, dental
  • 401K
  • PTO and Sick time
  • Flexible work hours

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis now and in the future.

Posted by: Jay Aguiar