Desktop Support Engineer

Ref No. EMP427955
Salary £23 - £28/hour
Location London, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (6 Months)
Job Status Now Interviewing


Our client is now looking for a Hybrid engineer to join them in London


Experience of Windows and Mac Operating Systems

The Job

This role will encompass full support based duties working within a hybrid Apple Mac and Windows PC environment. The position involves COTS support and the monitoring and administering of a support based ticket system (Service Requests, Incident and IMAC'S), contacting staff to resolve issues supporting both Windows O/S and Apple OSX systems including common applications support.

Technical Skills/Duties:

  • Install/Refresh - Refresh as BAU based on a 3 year lifecycle. - Onsite installs using current deployment tools (SCCM, LANDesk, etc.).
  • Engineer to update AssetTrack. Standard disk wipe.
  • IMAC - Relocation of users and hardware, updating the asset management system,
  • Local software installation. LT/DT and desk phones.
  • DSS - Onsite support and troubleshooting for COTS and non-core Software for laptops and desktops)
  • Break Fix - Client to provide peripheral parts and spare units. Out of warranty devices to be replaced on failure.
  • Smart Hands support - Basic troubleshooting for Network and server equipment
  • VIP/VVIP Support - Expedited SLAs for VIP/VVIP's.
  • Technology (Windows - 51.6%, Macs - 48.4%)
  • ServiceNow (SNOW) - Client Owned ( Service Desk ) ticket monitoring.

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