1st Line Support Engineer

Undisclosed Company
Bellshill, North Lanarkshire
Up to £10.50 per hour
13 Mar 2019
27 Mar 2019
Manpower UK
Job Type

Are you a 1st Line Support Engineer looking for a new challenge in an environment where you can make a real difference?
Are you someone who thrives on variety & pro-actively takes the initiative to deliver an excellent Customer Service?
Do you have a demonstrable passion for IT?
If so then our 1st Line Support Engineers roles could be just what you are looking for…….

Our client is the leading provider of IT software & services to the Education sector. We want to get to know them, their teachers and students. We like to spend time understanding their aims and vision for ICT. Only then can we have a good grasp of how we can best support them and their school. In schools they want ICT to just work, for staff and pupils to be confident that they can easily log on and have swift, safe and reliable access to their files and engaging media rich resources, both inside and out of school. As a team and individually we all want to deliver the very best for our customers, we believe in doing a really good job and we are proud that what we do has a real impact on education.

From flexible ICT support, teaching and learning apps and essential infrastructure hardware; to the UK's most popular network and progressive cloud-based school MIS, our client is a trusted advisor and valued ICT partner to thousands of schools here in the UK. We make technology work for your teaching and learning needs.

Key Responsibilities:

* First point of contact for all queries from both internal and external customers.
* Call logging, diagnosing and logging customer calls either by phone, email or Support Online
* Identify and carry out remote 'first time fixes' on a variety of network and software solutions. This are varied tasks from simple password change through to data restoration, printer and software application roll out.
* Process improvement - proactive involvement in the continued development of new and established procedures.
* Service delivery - working with other service delivery teams to ensure that Service level Agreement (SLA) targets are met.

Essential skills required:

* Strong personal commitment to quality and customer service
* Team player with strong inter-personal skills.
* Good keyboard skills. Computer literate - user knowledge of Excel®, Outlook® and Word®.
* Organised and self-motivated.
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to clearly articulate solutions to customers/colleagues with varying technical knowledge.

The hours of work will be 38 hours per week between 7am and 6pm Monday to Friday.

If you are interested in applying for this role please submit your CV online today!

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