Applications are invited for the role of Departmental IT Technician (Computer Science), in the Faculty IT Team in IT Services (Information Services Directorate).
Part of the Faculty team, and based in the Department of Computer Science, you will provide first line support to staff, students and visitors. You will have a friendly and customer focused approach, a good working knowledge of a range of platforms, including Windows 10 and Linux, and a willingness to get involved in the department's activities.
You'll combine a degree in Computer Science (or equivalent experience) with a proactive and flexible approach, to deliver great IT support for research and teaching.
You will work closely with central IT services, helping people to make best use of the available facilities, whilst supporting value adding, subject-specific services. There will be opportunities to contribute to the development of central services, and to increase your knowledge and skills across your areas of work, and you’ll need to build good relationships with staff across IT Services and the Department of Computer Science.
Perhaps a recent graduate, or already working in first line support and looking to move into an academic environment, we’d love to hear from you.
The salary will be within the range of £24,983-£30,688 per year on an open contract from January 2018. This is a full time position (37 hours a week). A flexi-time scheme operates which allows for flexible working within operational guidelines.
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Richard Fuller, Faculty IT Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is 29 November 2017
Interviews will take place on the 15 December 2017.
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