|Salary:||£29,605 to £32,332 per annum|
|Placed On:||28th September 2023|
|Closes:||26th October 2023|
Interview date: TBC
Are you an enthusiastic and skilled IT technical professional, with experience in providing a professional, customer-centric IT support service?
Working as part of a team, this role is the primary contact point for all users of the University's IT services and to offer resolution of incidents and service requests or manage escalations to other resolver groups within the IT Services team.
The successful candidate will have experience working in a 1st/2nd line support environment with at least 3 years' experience in a similar environment. You will play an active role in the running of the IT Bar service, relocating IT hardware around campus, onboarding new employees with the technology assigned, highlighting possible service improvements, and using the University's deployment technologies to deploy the operating system images and associated applications onto relevant hardware.
You will be expected to work effectively and proactively, as well as provide appropriate support and guidance to junior members of the team. There will also be opportunities for the engineers to develop specialist skills through involvement in a wide range of projects.
Experience, skills, and knowledge
Rewards and benefits
Salary: Grade 6; £29,605 to £32,332 (up to £34,980 with discretionary points)
Pension: West Yorkshire Pension Fund
Annual leave: 28 days (or 181.25 hours) increasing to a maximum of 30 days / 217.5 hours.
Eight bank holidays and five customary days
Find more information about the many other benefits, including salary sacrifice schemes and campus nursery:
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