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Montana Career Opportunities - Network Engineer, Systems Integration Analyst - Blackfoot Telecommunications Group

July 16, 2010View for printing

Blackfoot Telecommunications Group (BTG) is a diversified telecommunications family of companies offering a wide array of voice, data and security services in western Montana. We are seeking:

Network Engineer: Great position if you enjoy design, installation, maintaining and troubleshooting an ISP. Including providing Level 3 support, network monitoring, Backbone and IP management, and network support for VOIP, DSL, Dialup, Special Circuits. Ideal candidate has very strong technical skills, great interpersonal skills, a positive attitude, good documentation skills, superior work ethic and the desire to constantly learn and apply new technologies; BS/BA in related field and/or 3-5 year of related experience.

Systems Integration Analyst: Do you speak the geek? Can you interpret funky error messages and figure out what unintentional behavior (aka bugs) the programmer put in the program? Can you simplify processes so that systems can be more effective and less labor intense? Can you review cryptic file layouts to determine why certain records won’t process, and then talk your way to getting it corrected? You need to like testing, training and documentation too. Ideal - BS in IS, MIS; 2-4 years of troubleshooting billings systems, provision/fulfillment systems or records processing systems, scripting, and/or report development experience, ideally in the telecommunications or utility industry. Must be good at SQL, MS Reporting Services and bring one or more of the following to the table: Crystal Reports, SSIS, C#.NET, ASP.NET, PHP, Toad, Oracle.

Blackfoot offers an excellent benefit and compensation package. Submit a cover letter, resume, and Application of Employment (see to: BTG, HR, 1221 N. Russell, Missoula, MT 59808 or submit all to Candidate review will begin 8/5/10; open until filled. EOE

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