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IT Network Manager - King's Lynn - £27,000 - £32,324

Employer
Senitor Associates Ltd
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
23 Jul 2021

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

IT Network Manager - King's Lynn - £27,000 - £32,324

Networking - Windows Server - Office 365 - Infrastructure Support - Team management

Our client are looking for an Network Manager to be responsible for the IT Infrastructure and Systems as well as manage a small team of IT Engineers. The ideal candidate will have strong knowledge of Infrastructure Support, IT Networking and People Management.

Reporting to the IT Director the successful candidate will be responsible for completing projects to ensure the continuous delivery of IT services through interaction with senior management and end users. The successful candidate will also be working with the Director of ICT to advise on future ICT developments and purchases and provide input on future strategy with emphasis on looking at identifying opportunities for improvement in the delivery of ICT services.

Key skills:
** Windows Server (Apply online only)
** Management / leadership qualities
** Network Switches
** Exchange / Office 365
** Active Directory, DHCP, DNS, VLANS
** Strong understanding of troubleshooting
** Strong Communication skills

This is a very brief outline of the role, please apply to receive the full job description. If this sounds like the role for you then send your CV through now for more information and a chance at interviewing for this role.

IT Network Manager - King's Lynn - £27,000 - £32,324

For more information about Senitor and the opportunities we have to offer follow us on Twitter @SenitorIT Senitor Associates Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy
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