WVD Engineer – Windows Virtual Desktop

Are you a seasoned WVD Engineer in search of your next contract opportunity? Our high-profile Downtown Vancouver client is seeking to hire a WVD Engineer (Windows Virtual Desktop) to join their team, on a long-term contract with a strong probability of extension. Apply to this amazing Windows Virtual Desktop Engineer opportunity today!

What’s in it for you!

As a WVD Engineer with our client, you’ll receive:
– Highly competitive market hourly rates
– A 6-month contract with a strong probability of extension
– Remote interview process

What will you do?

As a WVD Engineer with our Downtown Vancouver client, you will:
• Responsible for the maintenance, and support of the Azure WVD environment.
• Implement and proactively monitor Windows Virtual Desktop environment for capacity, risk, and workload and take necessary remediation steps.
• Develop and implement a process for WVD image updates and deployments.
• Responsible for the backup/restore of Azure WVDs.
• Responsible for the architecture, implementation and support of a Citrix Xendesktop environment including Netscaler components, thin clients & smartcards.
• Provide daily support for WVD / Citrix Xendesktop environment with users in various geographical locations.
• Implement robust monitoring of the WVD VDI environment.
• Take full ownership to work with various teams to resolve any production related incidents.
• Be actively involved in the planning & implementation of new projects.
• Interface with Vendors and Internal Global Teams to ensure the environment conforms to the current standards.
• Manage Business Continuance in relation to Disaster Recovery.
• Maintain System high reliability, availability and resiliency levels.
• Provide 1st, 2nd and 3rd Level Support for the production Environments
• Proactive System Performance Monitoring and capacity management
• Perform system upgrades and mandatory security/OS patching.
• Provide 24*7 On call support based on rotation within the team
• Perform thorough morning checks on all critical applications using existing tools or scripts.
• Strictly abide and follow the company policy and procedures pertaining to change and incident management.
• Responsible for ensuring that all systems are deployed consistent with group standards and best practices.
• Incident and Problem management: take ownership and work with team to resolve production related issues.
• Follow groups standard security practices within the environment.
• Maintain an accurate and current hardware and infrastructure software inventory.

How do you qualify?

To qualify for the WVD Engineer role with our Downtown Vancouver client, you must have:
• Expert knowledge of Azure Windows Virtual Desktop
• Expert knowledge of image deployment and updates for Azure WVD
• Expert knowledge in the backup/restore of WVDs
• Expert knowledge of Azure Cloud Powershell
• Good knowledge of FsLogix
• Good knowledge of MSIX packaging for Azure WVD
• 5 to 7 years managing Citrix Xendesktop / XenApp architecture and components
• Expert knowledge of Citrix Xendesktop 7.X architecture and components
• Expert knowledge of Citrix Netscaler 10.X and above technology
• Software Engineering and Support for multiple products such as:
• Microsoft operating system (Win 7, 64bit & Win 10), Office Suite, Microsoft Development tools (Visual Studio, etc.), Adobe products, Web Based apps, etc.
• Expert knowledge of Windows OS components and technologies such as Windows Registries, PowerShell etc.
• Good knowledge of smart cards or other two factor technologies and its integration with CITRIX clients.
• Good knowledge of Active Directory (group membership)
• Good working knowledge of implementation of SSL Certificates
• Good understanding of Firewall rule implementation & troubleshooting.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Project Management and Documentation skills.

If this sounds like you, then the WVD Engineer role with our Downtown Vancouver client could be the perfect opportunity for you!

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