Duration : Fulltime Interview Type : Phone & Skype Job Description : Windows Desktop Engineering Specialist 5 years of experience (position is based in the Montreal office and no remote-
work arrangements will be considered) The Workspace Desktop Engineering Team is committed to delivering enterprise class Windows Desktop builds and are responsible for all aspects of the design, configuration and integration of the Windows Desktops into the firm.
The team is also responsible for the engineering of the firms browser and Office products along with other end user productivity tools and middleware.
With the introduction of Windows 10, the team is looking for a windows desktop engineering specialist to be able to contribute to many of the on-
going initiatives in some of these areas and own engineering tasks from beginning to end. The candidate will have a very strong technical foundation, a strategic mind-
set, great communication skills and the ability to collaborate well with others in a truly global team. The core responsibilities of this position include : -
Engineer toolset for capture of user state data and migration of this data to a new workstation - Ensure solution meets the necessary security, supportability, and performance requirements -
Ensure we meet our internal client expectations around user experience - Create, review, maintain and update documentation.
The ideal candidate will have extensive experience / knowledge of Windows operating systems, strong Powershell scripting skills, and experience using the Microsoft USMT toolset in an enterprise environment.
Skills required : - Deep technical understanding of Windows Desktop x64 operating systems up to and including Windows 10 -
Experience designing technical solutions to meet complex business requirements - Experience using SCCM and the USMT tool -
Scripting ability with PowerShell - Experience in engineering large scale operating system migrations - Knowledge of common Windows Infrastructure i.
e. Active Directory / GPO - Strong troubleshooting mind-set (i.e. parsing event log, Sysinternals tools, analyzing memory dumps etc).