Entry level sysadmin/NOC positions in Cheyenne, WY

Steve Levin

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I know there's not a lot of folks on the Front Range, but I figured I would post this anyway. I'm looking to hire entry level system administrators (who will start off monitoring systems in our Network Operations Center). The more admin stuff you know, the better, but a willingness to learn is the most important thing!

Cheyenne is just 90 miles north of Denver and less than 40 miles (of open Interstate) from Fort Collins, CO, for those that prefer a less rural home life -- many team members drive it in less than 35 minutes.

Steve
 

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Is this for that Microsoft center going in over there?

Anyway, Cheyenne is OK, but it's better 40 minutes west over the mountains. ;)
 

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Wrong country, otherwise I'd be interested. :)
 

Steve Levin

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Is this for that Microsoft center going in over there?

Anyway, Cheyenne is OK, but it's better 40 minutes west over the mountains. ;)

No, this is for Echostar. We supply the infrastructure for DISH network. One advantage we have relative to Microsoft in this case is that we have a full-fledged engineering and operations team here for both IP and Broadcast, so there's a ton of room to grow a career, whereas Microsoft is just running a remote data center where most of the engineering and management is done remotely.

Steve
 
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