• Systems Engineer - I

    Job Locations US-CO-Denver
    # of Openings
    Permanent Full-Time
  • Overview

    In this exciting and challenging role you will be paired up with one of our senior engineers performing a variety of tasks that include everything from end user desktop support to complete infrastructure refreshes for our clients in the Denver metro area.

    Our engineers have a passion for technology and enjoy the fast-paced lifestyle of an IT consultant. Upon successful completion of the Advance Mentor Program requirements, you will graduate to a full-fledged Systems Engineer II handling your own set of clients.



    • 4+ years overall systems/network administration and/or consulting background
    • Superior social and communication skills
    • Experience configuring and supporting Windows Server 2008-2016
    • Experience supporting and administering Active Directory
    • Exposure to or administration of MS Exchange Server & Office 365
    • Experience supporting remote access solutions including Microsoft RDS and VPN services
    • Extensive experience supporting desktops running Windows 8 & 10
    • Experience working with cloud-based services or applications
    • Experience spec’ing new server hardware to meet specific requirements
    • Hands-on virtualization experience using VMware and/or Hyper-V



    • Very competitive base salary with ongoing bonus opportunities
    • Health & Dental benefits
    • 401(k) plan with company matching
    • 15 days of paid time off per year
    • Travel & parking reimbursements
    • First Friday socials & awesome company events



    Here at BNC, we’ve been supporting the entire IT infrastructure of businesses in and around the Denver area since 1997. We do a good job at keeping ourselves busy, and those who join our team will be expected to have a very strong drive to succeed and be able to operate independently while surrounded by a close team. And you’ll be rewarded for your effort!  Have a sneak peek at the BNC team below. 






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