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Church of the Redeemer

Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States

Date Posted:
Media/Technology - Non-ministry Jobs
Church Size:
5001 to 7500
Job Type:
Church of the Redeemer
Job Description:
Church of the Redeemer is seeking an Apple Support Engineer to support our Mac user population and assist with Apple Server related projects and tasks. The ASE will provide individual and group training, desk-side support and remote support. The ASE will also provision new systems, manage upgrade paths and patch management, handle software deployments, manage backups, support iOS devices, and related support and help desk functions. The ASE will also support Apple side of the network infrastructure in a dual-platform environment. Some Microsoft desktop and server experience is a plus, but not required.

The ideal candidate will be an expert in the Apple OSX desktop and iOS arena, and will have experience provisioning new devices, troubleshooting, deploying software at an organization-wide level, and have excellent customer service support skills. Candidates must be highly organized, methodical, detail and process oriented, and must have a naturally cool under pressure “customer service” manner. Apple server and networking experience and/or training is also a plus.

This may be a part-time or full-time position. Please indicate availability and preference for full or part-time in your cover letter.

For consideration, please send a resume and cover letter to COR.Resume@gmail.com.
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Church of the Redeemer

The mission of Church of the Redeemer is to communicate this wonderful news of Jesus Christ. We are a church who believes in the power of God’s Word to change lives. We value the practical application of His Word to make a difference in who we are and what we do.