Wireless and Infrastructure Specialist – HRCE

The Wireless and Infrastructure Specialist is directly responsible for the ongoing support of information service technologies within the Halifax Regional Centre for Education. The Wireless and Infrastructure Specialist assists in providing system design and functionality consulting services to all administrative units, implements and maintains internet/intranet services, responds to technical problems and monitors and maintains network services to ensure systems are operating at efficient levels and end users are receiving a satisfactory level of service that meets their communication needs. Working collaboratively with a technology team, the Wireless and Infrastructure Specialist reports directly to the Manager, VoIP & Network Infrastructure.

Qualifications
(a) Post-Secondary education in information systems, or acceptable equivalent education and experience;
(b) Professional certification in a relevant IT field (i.e. Cisco CCNA, Microsoft MCSE, Fortinet NSE4);
(c) Minimum five (5) years progressive experience in information and communication technology in a large organization;
(d) Minimum five (5) years’ experience in IT support or equivalent working experience in an education IT environment;
(e) Knowledge in, and experience with Cisco IOS (routers and switches) and FortiOS (FortiGates, Wireless Controllers and switches);
(f) Experience with MS Exchange server configuration and support;
(g) Experience with virtualized data center environments.

Start Date: February 16, 2021
Salary: This is a PEG (Professional Employees Group) position with an annual salary on the NCR 10 salary scale range of $ $50,121.66-$65,785.90.

Please refer to job description for further details.

Candidates may apply on-line at www.myhrce.ca/jobs where a detailed job description can also be viewed. Deadline to apply is February 7th at 11:59pm.

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