Medicine Hat College is seeking a full-time permanent Systems Analyst, Applications (Exchange Administrator) to join our Information Technology Services (ITS) department. This position is part of the Applications Support Team which is primarily responsible for the overall reliability and performance of MHC’s business, operational, and instructional applications.
Reporting to the Manager, Client and Application Support Services, the primary areas of responsibility for this position are in the implementation, support, and administration of MHC’s E-mail Systems. This role will work with O365, exchange in the cloud, and Microsoft Azure as well as on-prem systems.
Please submit a cover letter quoting Competition #119098 with your resume and the names of three references, saved as a single document. Email: email@example.com
A Bachelor’s degree in a related field OR an equivalent combination of related education and work experience.
2 years of experience in a senior technical analytical position responsible for managing Exchange and Active Directory environments.
Practical and technical knowledge within an IT environment, including knowledge of current operating systems, hardware, software applications, installation and troubleshooting.
Interpersonal and communication skills to provide technical information and solutions to clients.
Applicable Certifications in position related areas
Experience in Unit 4 Business World would be an asset
Internal Number: 119098
About Medicine Hat College (Located in Alberta, Canada)
Known for our focus on students - and our innovative and collaborative nature – Medicine Hat College proudly serves over 8,000 learners each year. Committed to the communities of southeastern Alberta, Medicine Hat College is a learner-focused provider of quality education, training, and services. Operating with a culture of excellence and numerous benefits, the College is a great place to work, learn and grow. MHC is a proud member of Campus Alberta and welcomes partnership to benefit our students and communities. To learn more visit www.mhc.ab.ca.