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Support Desk Analyst (Exchange, Windows, Server, TCP/IP)

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Recruiter
Harrington Starr
Posted
28 October 2013
Closes
25 November 2013
Ref
SJR-SDA-11
Contact
Scott Richardson
Function
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
£20000 - £30000 per annum

Further information

Support Desk Analyst (Exchange, Windows, Server, TCP/IP, Network Security, Bloomberg, Reuters, ITIL)

Support Desk Analyst (Exchange, Windows, Server, TCP/IP, Network Security, Bloomberg, Reuters, ITIL)

A globally renowned service provider is working with Harrington Starr to find a Support Desk Analyst (Exchange, Windows, Server, TCP/IP, Network Security, Bloomberg, Reuters, ITIL) to work as part of their desktop support team.

The successful applicant will be responsible for supporting user's desktop functionality including the setting up and maintenance of user accounts. As well as tracking and logging of incidents, problems and requests and to carry out initial diagnostics of those issues, resolving any that don't get assigned to 2nd or 3rd line support. They will also be asked to maintain a good working relationship with both internal and external clients.

This is an excellent opportunity for applicants with experience in the financial sector to use their technical skills in a technically challenging role in the west end of London.

To be considered for the role of Support Desk Analyst (Exchange, Windows, Server, TCP/IP, Network Security, Bloomberg, Reuters, ITIL) applicants must have:

  • Up to 3 years desktop desktop support experience from a Financial Service Environment
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2007/2010
  • LAN/WAN Troubleshooting skills
  • Knowledge of Bloomberg/Reuters
  • Network Security
  • Active Directory
  • ITIL
  • TCP/IP Troubleshooting experience
  • Windows applications
  • Windows XP and Windows 7

Support Desk Analyst (Exchange, Windows, Server, TCP/IP, Network Security, Bloomberg, Reuters, ITIL)

Support Desk Analyst (Exchange, Windows, Server, TCP/IP, Network Security, Bloomberg, Reuters, ITIL)

Harrington Starr