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Senior IT Systems Engineer – Job details


We are currently looking for a senior IT engineer with expertise in Microsoft platforms and local area networking systems to work from our Galway office. The role will involve a mix of project work, technical support, systems administration and customer guidance on IT matters. The salary range is €55-€65K depending on your experience. Please email with your CV to apply.


To be considered for this position, you should have the following skills and experience:

  • Strong IT Engineer experience in a Microsoft environment
  • Office 365 Admin
  • Firewalls configuration and admin – SonicWALL or similar
  • Install Servers both physical and virtual (HYPER-V)
  • Provide remote technical support.
  • Active Directory administration and management (user setup, group policy).
  • Microsoft Windows Server administrator & troubleshooting
  • Microsoft Windows 10/11 administration and support.
  • Microsoft Office support – Must have a good knowledge of Microsoft Outlook (PST/OST, etc).
  • PC Deployments & rollouts.
  • Strong networking skills – Private IP subnets, VLAN configuration, broadcast storm detection and avoidance.
  • Deep understanding of server hardware and storage (i.e., RAID arrays on servers ).
  • Exchange Server Online / PowerShell
  • MCSA / MCSE Preferable but not necessary.


You should also be:

  • Highly Motivated & Logical ability to troubleshoot and resolve issues. – Excellent Work Ethic.
  • Confident, personable, and well-rounded individual.
  • Ability to communicate well with customers.
  • Quickly build rapport and gain client confidence.
  • Work individually and as a team.
  • Be able to follow company procedures and methods.


Join a team of professional that love working with technology and people!

New activity from Russian actor Nobelium

The Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) has detected nation-state activity associated with the threat actor tracked as NOBELIUM, attempting to gain access to downstream customers of multiple cloud service providers (CSP), managed service providers (MSP), and other IT services organisations that have been granted administrative or privileged access by other organisations. The targeted activity has been observed against organisations based in the United States and across Europe since May 2021. MSTIC assesses that NOBELIUM has launched a campaign against these organisations to exploit existing technical trust relationships between the provider organisations and the governments, think tanks, and other companies they serve. NOBELIUM is the same actor behind the SolarWinds compromise in 2020, and this latest activity shares the hallmarks of the actor’s compromise-one-to-compromise-many approach. Microsoft has notified known victims of these activities through our nation-state notification process and worked with them and other industry partners to expand our investigation, resulting in new insights and disruption of the threat actor throughout stages of this campaign. Netfocus IT Solutions follow the protection and mitigation guidelines issued by Microsoft to protect Office 365, Azure and Dynamics cloud platforms.

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