ZIVVER is a young, vibrant and fast-growing Amsterdam based startup that believes in simple secure communication. Our play is to go big or go home and therefore we need smart, talented people that are not afraid to join this rollercoaster ride with us. We’re scaling up big time and so is our internal infrastructure!
You wake up and go to bed philosophising about Microsoft environments;
You have a soft spot for hardware;
Smooth and secure device management is all you care about.
A day at HQ
You start your day by grabbing a delicious coffee and checking your mail. Seems like some User Success teammembers are experiencing troubles with their laptops so that is your first priority of the day. You’re eager to help them so they can continue to help our end-users. After that’s fixed you join the Platform Squad daily stand-up to understand what the rest of the team is up to and to let them know what you will be working on.
After the stand-up, it’s time for another coffee and a game of PS4. After you’ve kicked Wisse’s ass, you grab a couple of Lenovo’s and MacBooks, and start preparing them for the new Zivvies that start next Monday. As it’s one of your responsibilities, you want your new colleagues to experience the most smooth hard- and software setups ever!
After lunch with your colleagues in the ZIVVER bar, it’s time to put that renewed energy into finalizing your current project: upgrading the security of ZIVVER's office network. After extensive research you’ve chosen to roll out the network access protection to the company’s main VLAN.
Around 19:30 the roll out is completed. Tomorrow there’s a new day and you will choose between research smart card authentication or automated software deployment for workstations. You close your laptop, you join the internal MeetUp regarding the release of plug-in 3.0 and enjoy a beer with your colleagues.
Create, maintain and improve Windows environment for 75+ employees;
Soft- & hardware for workstations, printers, servers, etc;
Help colleagues with issues within their digital work environment;
Device management (on-premises Windows Domain or Azure Active Directory);
Internal digital security.
You have at least a relevant bachelor's degree or a minimum of 3 years working experience as System Administrator;
You have extensive knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server, Active Directory and keep up with recent events of Azure (AD);
You have a deep understanding of network infrastructure (routers, switches, firewalls, TCP/IP and VLAN’s);
Being Microsoft MCSA/MCSE certified is a nice-to-have;
You are at least fluent in English.
An exciting, fast-growing, energetic environment;
Flexible working hours;
A pension plan;
Great office and awesome people with different nationalities;
Training and learning opportunities through our investor network.