IT Manager

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Recruitment Genius
£40000 - £45000 per annum
12 Nov 2017
17 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
This company is a worldwide provider of data acquisition systems, and they are looking for an experienced, hands-on IT Manager to oversee all development, operations, maintenance and support of IT and telecom systems at its office in the UK and sub-offices across Europe. Those offices employ a total of 90 staff. The scope of the post includes all infrastructure, desktop, enterprise applications and customer-facing IT services.

The manager will develop IT strategy to suit the business needs, manage IT risks, and define and develop IT polices. They will control the IT budget and work with third parties to ensure smooth running and development of the IT services. They will manage a small team of IT staff employed in the UK.

The candidate will be expected to have the knowledge and skills to manage the running of:

- Servers (Windows server OS, including virtualisation)
- Active Directory and Group Policy
- SQL Server database management and maintenance.
- LAN management, switches, routers, Internet connection, WAN, VPN
- Cloud services, platforms and applications
- Backup and security Enterprise Applications
- ERP and CRM (built on SQL Server)
- Business Intelligence Software
- Office 365
- Time & Attendance Software
- The company intranet, requiring some knowledge of Web-based programming.
- Desktop deployment and support
- Phones (currently PBX; may move to VOIP).
- Mobile devices, including personal IT equipment where it is used for business related use.

The candidate should have proven experience of managing all these services and it is desirable they have some professional qualifications, e.g. MCSE, or equivalent, covering some or all of these skills.

The position is based at our offices near Loughborough, with occasional travel requirement to our other offices across Europe.

A competitive salary (dependent on experience) and benefits are on offer.

Candidates must be eligible to work within the EU.