IT Systems Engineer

About the Position

Infrastructure Support
Permanent
Ipswich
£40000

Job Role

IT Systems Engineer required for a hugely successful and growing central Ipswich business working within the systems and network team supporting corporate end users at all levels in their use of Windows based applications and services. The company have experienced significant growth in recent years and have heavily committed to their Ipswich technology centre giving you the chance to work alongside highly skilled fellow speicalist and develop your self both personally and professionally. To progress you will be an experienced IT Support Engineer used to handling incidents and issues in a prompt and professional manner whilst also playing a key role in cause analysis and the formulation of improvement plans to assist the overall business operations.

You will take responsibility for developing, configuring, supporting and optimizing network hardware and servers.

Requirements & Experience

Your technical background and knowledge should align as closely as possible with the following:

Windows Desktop and Servers (2012&2016)
Active Directory and Office 365 Admin console knowledge
General networking knowledge including firewall, switches and routers

This is a superb opportunity to join a highly accomplished technical team and develop your skills further, you’ll take full ownership of support queries and be responsible for delivering effective solutions along with an emphasis on service improvement.


Job Benefits

Annual Bonus
Buy or Sell Holiday
Childcare Vouchers
Contributory Pension Scheme
Cycle to Work
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