1 st line support
Mirfield, WF14 0DQ
Up to £18,400 DOE
Full Clean British Driving License
Full Time, Permanent 37 hours per week
Free on-site parking, staff discount scheme, flexible working arrangements and training opportunities.
We are a charity founded in 1954 and have a number of adult and children’s residential homes, including an outstanding school, on-site speech therapy, and physiotherapy and hydro-therapy services. We have achieved a reputation of attaining very high service standards, working with children, young people and adults who have complex and multiple physical disabilities and associated communication, sensory and learning difficulties
All 1 st line support are required to assist the Senior IT & Facilities Technician and Head of IT & Facilities in providing IT services appropriate to the needs of the Trust and its staff whilst maintaining a high level of support and resolving issues in a time that is deemed suitable and within the timescales specified in the Guide to IT Services document.
· To provide 1st line support and maintenance of desktop hardware and software to users across the Trust including installation and configuration.
· To be the primary source of contact for users across the Trust in terms of appropriate advice and guidance.
· Provide and maintain a comprehensive log of all incidents, problems and changes of hardware, software, systems and user accounts using the Trust’s chosen call logging software.
· To maintain the appropriate communication systems and support all staff in order to protect the interests of the Trust.
· To manage the Trusts user accounts and organisational groups including changes and permission when authorised or requested to do so from HR, Senior Technician, Head of IT & Facilities and Department Managers.
· To fulfil any other authorised server tasks when requested by Senior Technician, Head of IT & Facilities or the external support company.
· 1st line network problems are identified, resolved or escalated where necessary at the first opportunity.
· To ensure that the Trust’s hardware is appropriately asset tagged prior to deployment and to continue to keep it up to date following any hardware moves or changes.
· To apply and maintain building systems in order to ensure safety and security of the organisation in the most efficient and effective way.
· To maintain an awareness and keep updated with the latest initiatives and thinking, sharing new ideas with colleagues in order to improve organisation performance.
· GCSE English/Maths/Science or equivalent at grade C or above
· Previous IT Helpdesk Experience
· Good Knowledge of Microsoft Office Products
· Good Knowledge of AV equipment
· Experience in Troubleshooting Windows operating systems
· Experience in troubleshooting Microsoft Office
· Full Clean British Driving License
· Experience of using Call Logging Software
· Knowledge of Hardware (Desktop/Server/UPS/Switches/Printers)
· Knowledge of Active Directory & Group Policy/DNS & DHCP
· Knowledge of Exchange Administration
· Knowledge of Virtualisation – VMWare and Hyper-V
· Networking Principles – VLANs & VPNs
· Knowledge of Databases – SQL
· Free parking
· Staff Discount Scheme
· Childcare vouchers
· Flexible working arrangements
· Training opportunities
How to Apply
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