IT Support/Windows 10 Migration Engineer

Ref No. EMP449926
Salary £11.76 - £18.69/hour
Location Wiltshire, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (3 Months )
Job Status Now Interviewing


An IT Support/Windows 10 Migration Engineer is required for a 3 month contract (possibility of extending) working across Wiltshire. (local travel required - drivers licence essential)


Knowledge of PCs/Windows Knowledge of networks

The Job

Working inside of IR35 for a well-established Public Sector organisation, you will provide 1st and 2nd Line support as part of the Project Desktop Support Team and assist in the migration over to Windows 10. The aim of this role is to provide technical desktop support for the systems and services used across the business, resolving incidents in a timely manner in order to maintain 'business as usual'. Where appropriate, involvement in project implementation will also be required.


* Knowledge of PCs/Windows Knowledge of networks

* Experience of Windows 7-10 migrations

* Extensive Desktop support experience

* Excellent communications skills

Previous experience working in GP Practices would be desirable

You will cover multiple client sites across the local area (expenses paid) therefore you must drive and have your own transport.

This role is to start asap and will pay between £11.76 - £15.13 p/h (PAYE) or £14.39 - £18.69 p/h (Umbrella)

Networkers acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Networkers and may assist with processing your application.


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