IT Support Engineer

Ref No. EMP449346
Salary £150/day
Location Nottingham, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (3 Months )
Job Status Applicants Required

Introduction

A Windows 10 Support Analyst is required on a 3 month contract based in Nottingham

Important

Windows 10 experience

The Job

Working within the central helpdesk team of a busy IT and Customer Services Department, you will be providing Windows 10 and 2nd line support to end users.

As you will be working as part of a busy 2nd line team your responsibilities will include:

* Delivering exceptional levels of service

* Escalate issues where appropriate

* Consultation with external 3rd parties

* Support the Service Desk management team to evaluate and introduce new or existing incident management and request processes and procedures, to ensure that they are carried out in the most efficient and effective manner.

Essential Skills

* Excellent knowledge of Windows 7/10, Mac OS, IOS and Microsoft Office

* Support of desktop hardware - PCs, printers, thin clients, laptops, iOS and Android tablet devices

* Hardware setup / Installation of Laptops, desktops, mobiles and tablets

* Software installation across laptops, desktops, mobiles and tablets

* Understanding of anti-virus software and security threats

Desirable Skills

* Knowledge and experience of ITIL to foundation level

* Knowledge of working in a complex IT environment where systems have been put together over time to create a complex overall systems architecture

* Knowledge of Linux operating systems

* Knowledge of Cisco IP Telephony

* Knowledge of LAN/WAN technologies and how Specsavers utilizes them.

* Knowledge of Microsoft Intune

This role will start ASAP and will pay £150 pe rday LTD/Umbrella.

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