Senior Systems Engineer (Product) – Vancouver

Our Vancouver BC based client is seeking a Senior Systems Engineer to join their team on a permanent basis. This position requires that the individual has extensive prior experience in a product development role (related to the release of enterprise servers). The successful candidate must have strong experience with Windows based servers deployments and administering and maintaining Windows platforms in enterprise environments.

The role is a Vancouver BC based role and the successful candidate must currently live or be willing to relocate to Vancouver BC or the lower mainland.

Must Haves

Prior experience in a Product Development role related to Hardware/Software
Extensive experience with Windows based servers and platform in an enterprise environment
Experience leading a project from start to finish
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Must be local to Vanciouver BC/the lower mainland or willing to re-locate

For more information please contact mike.innanen@randstad.ca
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