A boutique IT recruitment agency based in Australia, selecting, tracking and nurturing IT talent for IT companies and forward thinking IT Departments.
|Job Title:||Level 2/3 MSP Engineer|
|Job Type:||Full Time|
|Location:||Australia - Perth|
|Industry:||IT- Networks & Systems Administration|
|Salary:||$65k - $80k + super|
|Key Selling Points:||
DON'T apply to this ad if you like mundane, run-of-the-mill, same same, everyday IT support kind of work with no let up insight to the boredom.
I feel for you. The boredom's clearly getting to you. There's only so many password resets you can do before you start reaching for the two matchsticks you use to prop your eyes open.
If you want to do more than basic level 1 tickets and grow under a mentor whom I consider to be one of the best in the business for his age and stage, then consider this one.
This company culture is:
The day to day support work is based mainly from the office in the northern suburbs. They're an MSP that look after small and medium sized businesses. So the work is fun and challenging and you'll learn a lot in a short amount of time. There will be some site work and projects to be involved with as well. So you'll get face time with clients, you will get out of the office and you will be expected to be professional in manner and presentation.
The fun tech stuff most of which that's needed –
My client wants MSP experience. Sorry. I can't help it, they just do. It's the whole multi client, time billing thing which many IT people find hard to adjust to coming from internal environments. But here's the thing. Keep this on the quiet, hopefully they don't read my ads. If you've got some good skills and you feel you're a great fit for the role but for the MSP experience.. apply anyway and leave it with me. I mean make your case, tell me how good you are and why you can knock it out of the park at an MSP. If we chat and I agree, then I'll go into bat for you. Using all my powers of persuasion, putting my reputation on the line for you.. sort of bloke I am. :-)
Some people call the below soft skills - I don't know why. We need these though:
So challenge me - hit me with your resumes people.. prove to me you have what it takes.
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