MS Cloud Migration Engineer – Remote – 6 Month FTC 45K
Apr 7, 2021
MS Cloud Migration Engineer – Remote – 6 Month FTC 45K
Apr 7, 2021

MS Cloud Migration Engineer is required by one of the UK’s leading Accountancy firms with over 50 partners across 100 different countries on a six month fixed term basis paying up to £45k. This is a newly created position, and you will work remotely from the UK as travel to their London office may occasionally be required.

The successful MS Cloud Migration Engineer will be working closely with the Senior Infrastructure Engineers and IT Management to ensure a smooth transition for mailbox and messaging platforms. They migrate over 1000 accounts from on-prem to the cloud. You will need to be confident in M365, Azure-based IaaS environments as you will be the go-to person for any mailbox or messaging platforms, including the security and of them.

Essential skills required
Strong hand-on experience with Exchange 2010/2016 and messaging components
Microsoft Exchange Online Migrations
DNS, DHCP, Azure AD, SSO
Mimecast
Knowledge of MS Teams and messaging platforms
Management and support of Windows Server 2008-2019


This is a newly created role for an MS Cloud Migration Engineer to work solely on the project mailbox migration side, and the ideal candidate would have held a similar position previously. This is an excellent opportunity for someone seeking a new challenge and, depending on growth over the next 6 months may see this role be extended or even made permanent.

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Job Information

Job Reference: JO0000012049_1617792053
Salary:
Salary From: £35000
Salary To: £45000
Job Locations: England, London, City of London
Job Types: Permanent
Job Skills: Azure Active Directory, Exchange, MS Teams, Office 365, DNS, DHCP, SSO, Mimecast, Exchange Online, Windows

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