- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
Mumbai, India \r\n \r\n Corporate Functions \r\n Employee Tech \r\n \r\n IT Lead, India \r\n Be part of bringing entertainment joy to 130+ million members all over the world. Netflix is on the hunt for a smart, motivated, customer-focused individual to join our employee technology support group, the Netflix Nerds. Nerd - an expert in a technical field. Being a Nerd at Netflix means more than being a technical expert, it means being passionate about helping people and about the technology we use. Nerds play a critical role inside the company providing amazing technical support to our employees around the world, with a focus on increasing and enabling productivity.
As a Nerd based out of our Mumbai office, you will be responsible for the employee experience, providing world class support and resolving every technology issue that comes your way. You may find yourself supporting cloud and desktop software, troubleshooting conference and screening rooms, provisioning/deprovisioning accounts and hardware, deploying and upgrading mobile devices, inventory management, supporting off site events, resolving printer issues, or any number of other issues you may come across. You’ll also be responsible for tech education including setting up new hires on their first day, providing training on internal resources for existing employees, or creating and updating relevant documentation.
In addition to providing expert-level support of our existing technologies, you’ll work to ensure everything we do is rooted in our Employee Technology principles of simplicity, security, scalability, and service. We’re looking for someone with the drive to innovate and help the team think outside traditional IT Support models.
You’ll need to be comfortable working as part of a distributed team and communicating with technical and non-technical users. This position may require some travel and after-hours or weekend coverage.
- 3-5 years of IT or Desktop Support/System Administration
- Experience supporting Cloud and SaaS Applications and SSO, including Google Apps for the Enterprise (Gmail, Calendaring, Drive, Sites, Groups and Google+)
- In-depth knowledge of and the ability to perform advanced troubleshooting on Mac OS, Chrome OS, Windows 7, 8 & 10, Linux, and various applications including Office and Adobe suites
- Strong fundamentals in networking protocols and troubleshooting
- Experience in racking and installing networking equipment and servers and working in a MDF room
- Experience partnering with local IT vendors
- Knowledge of best practices around data security
- Experience supporting mobile devices including Android and iOS devices
- Experience troubleshooting conference room technology including Google Hangouts, Google Meet, Chromebox for Meetings, and Crestron devices
- Experience with supporting people remotely
- Experience delivering group and one-on-one training \r\n Recommended Experience: \r\n
- Proven ability to work independently with minimal supervision; must be a self-motivated self-starter that can initiate ideas and take ownership of work
- Ability to learn new technologies quickly and with minimal guidance
- Ability to partner effectively with business leaders and cross functional teams
- Thrives on technical challenges and takes pride in solving them
- Strategic thinker
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Patience and a desire to provide world-class customer service \r\n Recommended Skills : \r\n
About the company
Netflix is an American provider of on-demand Internet streaming media available to viewers in all of Australia, New Zealand, South America, Japan, North America and parts of Europe (Denmark, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Ireland and United Kingdom), and of flat rate DVD-by-mail in the United States, where mailed DVDs and Blu-ray are sent via Permit Reply Mail. The company was established in 1997 and is headquartered in Los Gatos, California. It started its subscription-based service in 1999. By 2009, Netflix was offering a collection of 100,000 titles on DVD and had surpassed 10 million subscribers.