Bilingual Imperative (English / French)
Intermediate level (B)
Intermediate level (B)
Superior level (C)
If you dream of an IT organization that is small enough to be noticed and big enough to provide a meaningful career, we want to hear from you. The House of Commons Digital Services and Real Property provides IT services to Canadian leaders. You will play an important role in ensuring that we deliver a high quality service to our Members.
As part of a team operating on a 24/7 rotational basis, you will observe, analyze, prioritize, coordinate, communicate and document alerts which may degrade the quality of the services we provide. With its wide variety of domains (Networks, Data Centre, Applications and Platforms), Monitoring will expose you to leading edge technologies and expand your skills significantly.
If you are a detailed oriented person who bases his conclusions on factual information, this position is for you. You will be part of a comprehensive IT organization which includes Architecture, Design Development and Support that will leverage your findings in building better solutions and preventing service disruptions to the members.
Top reasons to join our organization:
The ideal candidate:
- Attractive salaries and benefits
- Work-life balance / Flexible schedules / 35-hour work week
- Resources to promote well-being
- Learning, professional development and advancement opportunities
- Downtown Ottawa: a vibrant place to work!
- Cafeterias exclusive to employees
- Gym located on-site
The ideal candidate is curious and thorough. He/she is always looking to learn more about a wide range of technologies and products. The flow of information is constant and of multiple sources, he/she is therefore also well organized. He/she takes nothing for granted and is thorough when analyzing and conducting investigations.
The House of Commons Digital Services and Real Property (DSRP) delivers and supports products and services to Members of Parliament, the House of Commons Administration and their partners. Unique to the House of Commons, the IT organization operates within and offers a very close relationship with our clients. As with most IT related environments, the pace is fast and the changes are frequent.
DSRP brings you close to the action of the Canadian Political scene.
Successful completion of post-secondary education from a recognized institution in an Information Technology related field OR acceptable combination of education, training and relevant experience.
Experience monitoring and/or supporting Datacentre in an IT environment;
Experience monitoring and/or supporting networking (Voice and/or Data) environments;
Experience working with Microsoft Windows Server operating systems.
Experience and/or knowledge in monitoring and/or supporting environments involving the following vendor solutions or realm of technologies: Cisco, F5, VMWare, Microsoft SQL, Microsoft SCOM, Microsoft IIS, Simpana, McAfee, HP ProLiant, NetApp, Citrix, UAG, Avaya;
Experience monitoring and/or supporting networked applications (CRM, SharePoint, SQL);
Experience working with UNIX and/or Linux operating systems.
Selected candidates will be evaluated against the Information Services Competency Profile – Analysts / Programmers.
The purpose of this recruitment and selection process is to establish pools of potential candidates for the positions of Analyst, Monitoring and Senior Analyst, Monitoring who may be considered for temporary positions. These pools of potential candidates may also be considered for temporary or indeterminate positions requiring similar competencies at the House of Commons. Placement decisions will be based on one or more of the following criteria; Depth, breadth and type of work-specific experience. Additional, new or already assessed qualifications or competencies may be further assessed based on work-specific requirements.
Bilingual non-imperative appointments could also be considered. Selected candidates who do not have valid second language evaluation (SLE) results will be assessed.
A variety of assessment tools may be used to assess candidates.
The masculine form is used in documents for the sole purpose of simplifying them: it is not discriminatory in any way.
The House of Commons is committed to an inclusive workplace that ensures full and equal access to employment, development and advancement opportunities for current and future employees.
Relocation and travel expenses incurred during the recruitment and selection process are the applicant's responsibility.
Applications must be submitted no later than 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) on December 1, 2019.
If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact Recruitment and Selection at firstname.lastname@example.org before the closing date and time of the recruitment and selection process. We will respond to enquiries within 24 hours (excluding statutory holidays and weekends).