November 26, 2010
What we need: We need someone who has a deep understanding of Mac OS X (Server), all versions, Directory Services, Email, (Kerio Connect is a serious bonus here), Apache, and scripting experience.
What you’ll be doing: A little of everything but with a focus on client web site setup, (this is where the scripting comes in), security for those sites, testing, and developer assistance. In addition, you’ll be the go-to person for our help desk tech for an almost completely Mac OS X internal network. So, you’ll need to be more than solid on modern Mac networks. Of course, there’s always user support, including some remote users, and a ton of traveling users.
What we need you to be: Smart, sociable, pays attention to detail, and able to convert between tech and user-speak without getting a brain cramp. We’ve a broad range of users, from those with top-notch tech skills to those who just want to get work done. Patience, the ability to remain calm when everyone else is losing their minds, (while letting people know you understand the severity of their problem), and being able to improvise as needed are other critical skills.
What we really don't care about If you have a degree or a long list of certifications, that's great, but it's not a requirement in any way for this gig. We want someone with real-world, hands-on experience in supporting networks used by real people, not a test situation. Certs and/or a degree won't hurt, but they aren't going to be a particular help either.
Who we are: the / zimmerman / agency is a 200-person advertising/marketing/public relations agency in Tallahassee FL. We do a little of everything for everyone, and we do it better than anyone. “WOW” is what we bring, not just to clients, but to employees as well. A competitive salary, a top-notch benefits package, and a casual, if frenetic environment are just the start of it all.
Ideally, you’re in Tallahassee or the Big Bend area of FL., (but if not, and you’re really awesome, we can talk about relocation), and want to work somewhere that’s a bit above and a lot outside the norm. There’s no cubicles, and most companies’ “Casual” Friday is still too formal for us.
If you want to talk, please email a PDF resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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