DXC Technology Senior Professional: System Engineer in Linköping, Sweden

Location: Linköping (Possible to work also from Stockholm or Goteborg)

Main accountability:



You will be responsible for implementing Lync/Skype system on a global basis for one of our clients.

Requirements:



Experience in upgrading, installing, configuring, designing and operating Lync 2013.

Ideal candidate should have experience in following areas: * Should be able to make High Level Design and Low Level Design for Lync; * Experience in Lync 2013 with full Voice and Video integration is highly desired; * Must have diverse technical background with experience on multiple technologies; * Broad knowledge of Microsoft products and technologies and its integration with Lync Server; * Good in server administration and troubleshooting; * Strong career interest with a focus on professional improvement focused on Unified Communication technologies; * Experience working in enterprise environments; * Should be comfortable working with a team with a diverse skill set, location and culture across different countries; * Preferred certifications but not mandatory - MCSA, MCSE (current release), MCTS or MCITP Exchange and Lync; * Must be adaptable and quickly understand the new technologies/emerging markets; * Should have a strong understanding of ITIL concepts. Certification is a plus but not mandatory. All candidates should speak fluent English and Swedish.

Job: *Systems Services

Title: Senior Professional: System Engineer

Location: Sweden-Linköping-Linköping

Requisition ID: 1700M7G

DXC Technology is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to disability, protected veteran status, race, color, religious creed, national origin, citizenship, marital status, sex, sexual orientation/gender identity, age (40 or over), or genetic information. DXC's commitment to diversity and inclusive selection practices includes ensuring qualified long-term unemployed job seekers receive equal consideration for employment.