Are you a Technical Support Analyst who has specific Voice Specialist experience from within the Telecommunications industry related to SIP & PBX? Our BC based client is seeking to hire a Technical Support Analyst (Voice Specialist) on a permanent full-time basis (candidates may be remote from anywhere in Western Canada). Apply to this Technical Support Analyst (Voice Specialist) opportunity today!
What’s in it for you!
As a Technical Support Analyst (Voice Specialist) with our BC based client, you’ll receive:
Leading market compensation package.
Comprehensive benefits package.
Remote video interview process.
Opportunity for career growth.
What will you do?
Assist Customers in resolving issues related to telecommunications, virtualization and networking
How do you qualify?
You are experienced with networking (LAN, DHCP, TCP/IP, Subnetting, NAT)
You are experienced with voice concepts (SIP, PBX)
You are experienced with Softphone
Excellent Customer Service Skills
Please contact Mike Innanen with your resume at:
For more information, or click the Apply button now!
Randstad Professionals Canada
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