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Office 365 1st line support

Job Title: Office 365 1st line support
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire
Industry:
Salary: £180 - £250 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: flso3
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email: claram@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

Office 365 1st Line Support

Start date: ASAP

Location: Hemel Hempstead

Montash has been engaged by a global organisation to source and secure a highly experienced office 365 1st line support.

  • Experience of resolving tickets
  • Supporting 365 Outlook
  • Supporting the migration of 365 onto mobile phones
  • Dealing with Queries
  • Needs good communication skills
  • 365 Support
  • Strong Microsoft office / microsoft exchange experience
  • Supporting floor users.

Please submit your CV for a confidential conversation.

Key words

Office 365 / O365 / Office 365 migration / Office 365 support / Office 365 engineer / tickets / migration / telephone queries / Support / Microsoft office / Microsoft exchange / sharepoint / microsoft

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