IT Support - Graduate
Your Recruitment Team are delighted to be supporting the UK’s leading Security vehicle marking and registration company who are looking for a recent IT Support Graduate to provide hardware, software and project support across the business.
Working with the IT Manager, the role of the IT Support - Graduate is varied and will combine Network & Systems Engineering/Administrator support with relational database software development as required. Comprehensive additional training will be provided to extend existing knowledge. This is an excellent opportunity to join a progressive, established business, with the potential for significant personal and professional development.
The role of the IT Support - Graduate:
- Provide First Line Support for computer hardware and software issues, networking and cabling connectivity problems
- Carry out regular IT administrative tasks
- The development and maintenance of an in-house bespoke relational database system
- Ad Hoc IT and support related tasks as required by the business
Essential requirements of the IT Support - Graduate:
- Appropriate IT related degree
- A clean criminal record. The successful applicant will be security vetted, in accordance with BS 7799
- Full UK driving license
- The right to work in the UK
- Willingness to assist other members of the IT department, end users and customers to meet the business needs
- Self-motivating, show initiative and have a desire to learn new skills and systems
Highly Advantageous (but not expected) skills/experience of the IT Support - Graduate:
- Knowledge of LAN/WAN networking, system back up procedures and a Microsoft client/server computing environment
- Experience of processing data from a diverse range of customers
- Experience of supporting both client and server sides of a mission critical production database in a busy data centre
- Familiarity with ISO9001, ISO27001 and PCI DSS quality standards
The successful IT Support – Graduate will benefit from:
A salary up to £30k depending on level of skills/experience, an initial 20 days annual leave plus bank holidays, a contributory stakeholder pension scheme and complimentary healthcare.
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