IT operations Technicians Keir Training & Recruitment

IT operations Technicians

We are looking for an IT operations technicians who will support the day-to-day running of our IT systems and networks including the preparation of back-up systems and will be required to perform regular checks to ensure the smooth functioning of our systems. They will also provide technical support to staff. The IT Operations Technicain will play an integral role in cyber security by monitoring and capturing internet activities of individuals on our network (staff and students) and provide notification if anyone tries to access any content that is against the prevent strategy. In addition, they will ensure overall network security to
protect the organization from cyber-attacks. They will be paramount in ensuring our system and confidential information is secure at all times.

They would be required to work fulltime (40 hours a week)

Annual salary will be £25,000 Per Annum

Skills and experience required
• Proven experience as an IT Technician or in a relevant position
• Excellent diagnostic and problem solving skills
• Excellent communication skills
• Outstanding organisational and time-management skills
• In depth understanding of diverse computer systems and networks
• Good knowledge of internet security and data privacy principles
• Degree in Computer Science, engineering or relevant field
• Safeguarding Knowledge is desirable but training will be given

Minimum 2 Years experience in a similar role

Qualifications Required:
Minimum Degree in Computer Science, engineering or relevant field
Masters Degree Desirable


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