Desktop Architect

Company Name:
Open Systems Technologies

Provide technical design and architectural leadership, including documenting and diagramming the logical, physical, and process views
Facilitate organizational change by defining strategies for the Firm with respect to technology domain standards and design goals
Develop and maintain roadmaps, which include product selection, versions, upgrades, projects, and milestones
Conduct research focused on identifying emerging technology solutions that reduce costs, increase efficiencies, provide more value, provide more capabilities, reduce risks, and increase security
Lead efforts for technology evaluations, which involves identifying a weighted feature matrix for a specific need; evaluating and scoring products against the desired features; research activities, including readings, proof-of-concepts (POCs), and lab testing

Minimum eight years of experience with desktop deployment, management and software distribution, and thin client computing/VDI technologies
Minimum five years of experience managing and supporting technical projects
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university; Master's degree from an accredited college or university preferred
Experience leading a technology team providing leadership and technology direction to senior engineers and technology staff
In depth knowledge of Citrix XenDesktop/XenApp, user of state virtualization, including Citrix UPM/AppSense, Citrix Netscaler, Microsoft Deployment Technology (MDT/OSD), Windows Desktop Operating Systems (Win7/8), application virtualization technologies , OS Virtualization (Type I and Type II), Endpoint Security (Symantec/McAfee), Software Distribution (SCCM), Active Directory, MAC OS

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