Systems Engineer

With OneMain Financial in Evansville IN US

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Posted on May 18, 2020

About this job

Job type: Full-time
Role: System Administrator
Industry: Financial Services
Company size: 10k+ people
Company type: Public


macos, bash, operating-system, scripting, networking

Job description

Who we are:

OneMain Financial is the country’s largest lending-exclusive financial company.  With nearly 1,600 branches across 44 states, we proudly offer safe, affordable and transparent installment loans to millions of people.  We are building on our foundation by investing in our digital capabilities and innovative, personalized ways to engage with our customers. Our customers turn to us to meet important financial needs, including debt consolidation, medical expenses, household bills, home improvements and auto purchases.

OneMain is constantly innovating to serve customers when, where and how they want.  Our steadfast commitment to doing the right thing extends to our customers, our employees and the communities where we live and work – a mission that hasn’t changed for more than 100 years.

As a member of the EUC Engineering team, the candidate will assist in managing an installed base of OSX systems using JAMF, provide local support as needed, configure new or replacement devices. Additionally, we would want this team member to assist in the managing of the Citrix End Point Management environment.

Needed skills includes:

High level of proficiency in OSX

Good working knowledge of networking 

Bash scripting desired

Some EMM exposure would be helpful

Benefits and compensation:

At OneMain, we understand that for our team members to be their best, they need the right opportunities and benefits.  Our comprehensive benefits package for full-time and some part-time employees includes health and well-being options for team members and dependents, up to 4% matching 401(k), tuition reimbursement, continuing education, incentive pay, paid time off, paid volunteer time and more

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