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Windows Engineer - Junior / 1st & 2nd Line Support

Job Title: Windows Engineer - Junior / 1st & 2nd Line Support
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
Salary: €25 - €35 per hour + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months+
Contact Name: Samuel Dinnadge
Contact Email:
Job Published: 12 months ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged with a global retail client in order to source and secure a Junior Windows Engineer.


  • Building, loading and configuring Windows workstations and servers with various Microsoft operating systems
  • 1st/2nd level support for all desktop related issues
  • Diagnostics and testing
  • Wide knowledge of IT Infrastructure including Windows O/S, Servers, Network & Databases
  • Manage the exchange mail platform
  • Implementing new internal systems
  • Providing technical support and administration of Microsoft Windows servers, including web servers, databases, domain controllers, print and mail servers


  • A degree in a computing-related field
  • Experience in IT support/engineering role
  • Knowledge of the most recent Microsoft operating systems
  • In depth knowledge of Microsoft applications including Outlook and Office

Please submit your CV for a confidential conversation.

Key words: junior windows engineer / 1st line support / 2nd line supports / Microsoft Office / graduate

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