Cyber Security IT Technical Support Engineer (German Speaking)

83zero Ltd
Aylesbury, London
£25000 - £32000/annum +bonus and company benefits
17 Jul 2017
16 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Key Skills: Fluent German, Windows Server, AD, Interest in Security
Do you want to develop a career in the most exciting and interesting sector in IT working for the number 1 Security Global vendor. This really is an opportunity to get huge amount of training with a career path that will see you develop technical skills in state of the art technologies.
Position Overview
This position will see you join our client’s Enterprise Technical Support Team.
You will be responsible for using your IT troubleshooting skills to support customer’s technical queries around their market leading products, but also helping resolve IT infrastructure based issues across the customer’s environment. 
You will constantly face new challenges on a daily basis as you will work with a variety of customers and different technical cases. This will allow you to push and grow your technical knowledge to the max!
What We Are Looking For!  

- Fluent in both the English and German Language
- Experience working in a Technical Support, Systems Administrator or Infrastructure Engineer based role, where you have gained strong IT troubleshooting skills.
- Can demonstrate strong prioritisation skills, being able to work on multiple technical cases at any one time.
- Has experience working across either one of the following: Windows Server or Linux/Unix environments.
- Has experience and knowledge of Networking Protocols, Active Directory, DNS and DHCP.
- Experience or knowledge of any Security based product such as Firewalls, Routers and Switches would be beneficial but not essential.
- Demonstrates the desire to learn and develop your technical skills and constantly be challenged on a daily basis.

If you are an IT Technical Support Engineer who wants to work for a market leader, develop your technical skills and become part of one of the fastest moving markets in the world… why are you still reading?!