Fuelled Networks, a top IT services company in Ottawa, is looking for a cloud advocate/senior technical engineer to join our rapidly growing team. We want the best of the best – someone who’s technically brilliant and client service focused, in order to help us better serve our clients.

Keep in mind; we’re looking for someone who’s certified and/or strongly proficient (5+ years relevant experience) in the following:

  • Server 2012
  • Exchange 2010/2013/2016
  • Azure
  • Active Directory/DNS/Group Policy/PowerShell
  • Office 365
  • Wireless
  • Mobility
  • Security
  • Networking
  • Backup and Disaster Recovery

The ideal candidate requirements:

  • Design cloud, hybrid or on premise solutions that align with business requirements
  • Stay ahead of new technologies and get excited about the latest solutions
  • Display a winning attitude and have the ability to get things done when needed
  • Put client needs first and foremost and do whatever it takes to ensure client satisfaction
  • Manage projects from initial client communication through to the client lessons learned – documenting technical pieces in between.
  • Has a valid drivers license and 24/7 access to a vehicle
  • Maintain and develop documentation
  • Maintain up to date ticketing and PSA requirement

Think you’re the best at what you do? Prove it. Email us at jobs-fuelled@fuellednetworks.com to apply today.

The ideal candidate is a highly motivated, confident top performer who thrives in a fast paced environment. They are a passionate self-starter with high energy who is comfortable multi-tasking and has a proven track record. They view challenges as opportunities and function with little internal help and support. They are sensitive to risk, fearless and inspire customers.

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