The Unified Communications Specialist will join the AMNH I.T. team to provide support and maintenance for the Museum’s Unified Communications network, applications and systems, specifically Avaya CS1000M and Cisco CUCM. This position will isolate defects in telecommunications equipment; repair or replace parts and test repairs using certified test equipment.
The Unified Communications Specialist will perform phone provisioning including Moves, Adds, and Changes on Avaya CS1000, Avaya CC7 and Cisco CUCM and CUC. Complete network cabling, tracing and cross connects to provide network connectivity to support staff moves and special events.
In addition, this position will administer and troubleshoot on site voice mail, speech recognition, electronic fax, video conferences and software application as they arise. The UC Specialist is also expected to work on a broad range of special projects and task as assigned by manager as needed
– At least 5 years of experience supporting Nortel and Avaya PBXs.
– Extensive training and experience supporting and administering Nortel and Avaya Communication Server 1000M.
– Previous training on Avaya contact center 7, AVST CallXpress voice mail and Session Border Controllers, preferably Sonus.
– Ability to work in a fast-paced, demanding environment under minimal supervision.
– Willing to work nights, weekends and holidays as needed.
– Bachelor’s degree in related field.
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