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Thanks for your question. We might be a good resource to help you transition to the Dallas area, however many of the positions require face-to-face interviews prior to getting hired. Assuming you're qualified for the position you're applying and you are able to come short notice to Dallas for interviews ,we might be a good resource. Best next steps would be to send your resume to CloudRecruiters@bowmanwilliams and explain in your email your situation. Thanks!

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Hello,

Thank you for your question - that's a very reasonable question to ask. When the job posting says "remote" sys admin role, this means the person will be working remotely from the office/workplace. It does not mean they are working from home. Most often, if a position is work from home, the job posting will specifically identify the role as a "work from home position."

Hope that was helpful - thank you for your question.

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Thank you - no that will not disqualifiy you from being considered to the position.

You can send your resume with the cover letter to: cloudrecruiters@bowmanwilliams

Once we recieve you resume and cover letter, the team will review and follow up accordingly.

Thank you for your message.

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Bowman Williams is a permanent staffing firm that pays for 100% of their employees' health benefits. Health benefits are free for full-time employees.

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Yes, field tech experience is plus and typically indicative of a candidate's ability to work autonomously on client site's when completing projects, deployments, etc. But no, it's not a requirement.

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