Infrastructure Support

Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire Salary: £300 - £400 per day +
Sector: Banking IT Type: Contract

A leading bank have an opportunity for a technical specialist to join their team to support, deliver and co-ordinate change across the Windows Client self-service environment.

Responsibilities include:

  • Providing support and coordination for UK and global desktop & self-service infrastructure related projects.
  • Leading technical development and owning technologies within the estate.
  • Delivering concurrent projects that vary in scale and complexity to meet changing and challenging objectives.
  • Delivering new products across the desktop and self-service estate.
  • Monitoring and coordination of changes delivered across the environment.

Special Requirements and Experience:

The job holder will require excellent technical, planning, communication, co-operation and reporting skills as well as an understanding of the way IT is set up and used within IT Operations. In addition they will need to:

  • Be able to carry out complex troubleshooting on multiple technologies.
  • Solid experience in 3rd level support troubleshooting and infrastructure support.
  • Have working knowledge of the Microsoft Windows Operating Systems (Windows 7,8.1 and 10)
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Technologies including AD, SCCM.
  • Having worked in DELL TPAM/PAR or Avecto Privilege Guard/Defendpoint will be an added advantage.
  • Scripting/programming knowledge preferred using VB and/or Powershell
  • Experience using ITIL concept

If you are interested and would like to learn more about this opportunity, please apply with your up to date CV to receive a full job specification and time to discuss the role further.

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