Unified Communications Specialist
Posted on Apr 24, 2020 by Next Ventures Ltd
What do you like to do as a Unified Communications specialist?
As a Unified Communications specialist you are an expert in the field of Exchange (online). As a member of the Unified Communications (UC) specialist team, you are mainly concerned with the technology and future of your product. You support our customer teams (consisting of a management team and a service desk team) to optimally apply Exchange to their customer (s). As a Unified Communications specialist you know the products inside and out.
The UC specialist team
As a Unified Communications specialist, you will become part of the UC specialist team. This team is responsible for different (large and small) environments for customers both during and outside office hours. That means you do picket duty once every six weeks. As a specialist team, we support customer questions (for example: adding extra SIP domains, setting up emergency routing, DMARC and DKIM implementation) from customer teams that switch directly with the customer. In addition, cloud first is the starting point of the service. The team is also responsible for building new environments and migrations to the cloud. Consider, for example, migrations from Exchange on-premises to Exchange Online or a transition from Avaya on-prem to Microsoft Teams.
What to bring
- a few years of experience as a system administrator. You have frequently come into contact with Active Directory, Certificate Services and Firewalling;
- experience with Skype for Business (Online) and Microsoft Teams;
- experience with Powershell and C #, you can write a function yourself;
- experience with Anywhere365 is an advantage;
- experience working in an Agile SCRUM and DevOps team is an advantage;
- GIT, Chef, Terraform, ARM and Pester don t sound new to you. If you have worked with it then that is top, if not then this is your chance this indeed to do;
- a mature and independent work ethic;
- a team player mentality
what do you get from us?
- an indefinite contract;
- A job focused on the future;
- 26 vacation days (based on a 40-hour working week), possibility to buy or sell days;
- ample training opportunities without strange reimbursement schemes;
- always the latest techniques to work with;
- the opportunity to help build the number one outsourcing party (according to Computable).