IT Support Analyst
Posted on Oct 27, 2021 by CV-Library
Are you currently looking to secure your next permanent opportunity within I.T?
Perhaps you have experience in Second Line Support, Application support or a Software support engineer.
Or, you may be a graduate or equivalent within IT/Computer Science/Business Intelligence looking for the right opportunity to develop your skills further.
Our client based in Surbiton, are looking for an Application Support Engineer to join their team on a Full-Time Permanent basis.
Job Type: Temp to Perm
Salary: £23,000 - £26,000
Start Date: ASAP
Role Type: Initially remote - Will be a remote and office based role.
Hours: 40 per week - Mon -Fri
Holiday: 25 days
Application support across 17 bespoke application servers and 6 authorisation servers
Adhering to the ITIL standards
Software support for Ticket Vending Machines, Gates, and Ticket Validators for 17 operating Companies
Understanding how hardware on devices interact to solve software issues
Liaising with UK and Europe
Resolving software incidents in line with KPIs
Provide remote desktop support
Ensure support request 'tickets' are opened, updated and closed as efficiently as possible
Software & network analysis, diagnosis, troubleshooting & debugging
Active Directory Administration
Managing NTFS Permission
Smart ticketing expert
Telephone & software support for field service engineers
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 & 2012Desirable
Working knowledge of SQL or Jira
Knowledge of Networking
Diploma or Degree in an I.T related field
Understanding of Hardware, building PC's
MS office skills (Ideally Excel)
Experience in virtualisation (VMWare, VNC, Hyper-v etc)
Experience using Salesforce
Strong communication skillsThe Employment Agencies Act (EAA) is a piece of legislation which sets a minimum standard of conduct for recruitment agencies in the UK.
What does the EAA mean for me?
The Act aims to protect the best interests of you as a candidate, as well as the interests of the hirer. Additionally, the regulations provide added protection for jobseekers and companies using the services of recruiters and stipulate how recruitment businesses should operate.
As part of meeting these regulations, you will need to provide us with some simple information, including but not limited to:
Proof of identification - if you apply for a job through us, we are required to ask you to provide proof of identification. We may also ask you for evidence of any training or qualifications that are mandatory for specific positions with particular companies.
Referees - we will ask you for two references or two referees that we can contact on your behalf in accordance with Recruitment Employment Confederation (REC) guidelines. This information may then be passed on to a future possible employer, once you have given your permission.
Informing you of Health & Safety practices
As well as providing you with factual and detailed information about a vacancy, we will share with you any Health & Safety documentation/requirements that the end employer has provided to us.
Limited Company contractors
If you are a Limited Company contractor, you can 'opt out' of the regulations. Whilst the regulations have been conceived to ensure greater legislative protection for candidates, there may be issues which conflict with the spirit of the IR35 rules.
Opting out of the regulations will have benefits if you decide that you want to be considered self-employed. This will mean you will not be afforded the same protection as that of our PAYE workers but does bring you a step closer to being seen as genuinely self-employed and therefore could be viewed as outside the scope of the IR35 tax rules. If you wish to opt-out, you need to do so before your contract starts. To do this, please inform your consultant and sign and return the EAA opt-out form. Please note if we do not receive your signed form then your opt-out will be invalid.
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