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Microsoft Teams Migration Engineer (Contract)

Location: Alpharetta, Georgia Country: United States of America Rate: Flexible

Microsoft Teams Migration Engineer


  • Design, modify, develop and implement software applications as well as supporting the applications and OS.
  • Participate in the testing process (reviews, analysis, certification, etc.).
  • Bachelor's degree in a technical field or equivalent work experience.
  • Expertise with PowerShell (managing and reporting O365 services).
  • Experience troubleshooting and monitoring Azure AD.
  • Expertise in Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, Azure AD, etc.
  • Managing and ensuring availability of O365 services, admin and command Shell.
  • Professional experience migrating from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams.

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Posted Date: 07 Feb 2020 Reference: JSSB Employment Business: Request Technology - Kyle Honn Contact: Kyle Honn