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1st/2nd Line IT Support

Job Title: 1st/2nd Line IT Support
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Salary: £150 - £180 per day
Duration: Ongoing
REF: ITSupport080317_1488973590
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

***RETAIL EXPERIENCE REQUIRED*** Montash have been engaged by a Client in Central London to source a 1st/2nd Line Support engineer/analyst. This role would suit a Graduate that is looking to move into their first or second job, or someone who has just completed a year in Industry and would like further hands on experience as a contractor.

You will be working in an extremely fast paced retail environment where you will be expected to learn and pick things up quickly

You will be the point of contact for 1st and 2nd line support across one of the client's flagship stores. You will be responsible for fixing servers, networks, POS, tills, printers, scanners and anything that comes under retail infrastructure.

Retail experience is essential.

You will be responsible for the following

- Field support for printers/scanner issues, server maintenance, PC's, iMacs and SCCM Imaging.

-Hardware and software installations

-Support of wired and portable payment terminals

-Degree in a related subject.

Personal Skills

-Happy and Can Do Attitute

-Enthusiam and willing to learn

-Ability to work with stakeholders and other staff members

it support / it support analyst / it analyst / networking / LAN / WAN / first line support / third line support / configuration / windows / i pads / imacs / 1st line / 2nd line / retail infrastructure / printer support / scanner / PC / support engineer / 1st line / routers / store infrastructure / graduate IT support / Graduate IT / Information technology graduate

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