Technical Administrator

Recruiter
Adecco UK Limited
Location
Warwick
Posted
11 Feb 2018
Closes
16 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
On behalf of my global client I am recruiting for an exceptional Technical Administrator/Support to join their team in Warwick. The ideal candidate will be able to take responsibility, think outside the box and proactively manage and resolve issues with a forward goal to improve processes and systems. The Technical Administrator will be part of the Support Desk team & will provide support to all users of our Digital Enforcement Solution. Ensure the efficient running of all hardware, software and services as part of a team of Support Desk and Technical Engineers.

What are my responsibilities
* Provide telephone support, first and second line fault finding and investigations.
* Ensuring the in house Fault Management system is used to record issues and provide updates to the affected client.
* Generate and analyse system performance reports in order to proactively identify issues and opportunities for system optimisation
* Plan the efficient use of sub-contract labour, taking into account the proximity, the skills of the sub-contractor, and the timing of the installation/maintenance works
* Undertake appropriate training for equipment and systems as and when necessary, via formal and informal training, including on the job training.
* Any other duties reasonably required within the skills required for the role.

What do I need to qualify for the Job
* Good working knowledge of Microsoft Operating Systems and basic networking principles.
* High level of written and verbal communication skills.
* A good, confident telephone manner and the ability to converse at a senior level.
* Outlook - co-operative, helpful, willing to use initiative and conscientious.
* Flexibility - willing to change, move from one activity or work area to another, learn new activities, pick up new jobs confidently and easily.
* Effectiveness - drive and energy applied to work, accuracy and reliability, ability to get things right first time and the ability to track and deal with multiple issues simultaneously, prioritising workload.
* Teamwork - work towards the team's goals, work well with other people, communicate effectively within the team and contribute to a high standard of team morale.
* Working as part of a team and working unsupervised
* Must hold full UK Driving License

Adecco is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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