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Desktop Support

We are currently seeking a Desktop Support person for a full-time, direct hire position with a collaborative, growing company in the Superior/Louisville/Broomfield area.
In this role you will be providing direct technical support to end users throughout the organization. You will be working with hardware, software, printers, networking and a variety of peripherals. Did we mention there are a few operating systems in play? You will be working with Mac, Microsoft and even a handful of Linux workstations.
Here's what you need to come to the table with:
Macintosh OS X (10.8 and higher) installation, configuration and troubleshooting-if you know how to edit a plist or hack a kext into place, you're in the right place
Microsoft Windows 7+ installation, configuration and troubleshooting
Desktop imaging and policy management (Macintosh and Windows)
Network troubleshooting (including LAN and Wi-Fi configurations), as well as remote connectivity (VPN)
User, group and machine membership administration on a Windows Active Directory domain
Application installation, configuration and troubleshooting across a broad variety of common commercial (Microsoft Office, Adobe, etc.) and some open source products (e.g. Brew/MacPorts)
Software (re)packaging and automated distribution
Hardware and software inventory and auditing
Help desk/trouble ticketing systems-experience with Atlassian Jira is a plus
Systems and process documentation, including technical diagramming
This company offers a competitive compensation plan as well as a full boat of benefits and perks including a tapped keg in the kitchen.
If you have 3+ years of experience in a similar type role, please send your resume for immediate consideration.

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