IT Support Technician – 2nd/3rd Line

EvolvIT are pleased to offer a new exciting opportunity to join a dynamic close nit team of highly regarded engineers respected by an ever growing client base. The latest role EvolvIT are currently looking to fill is a new second/third line IT Support Technician Role to assist our growing team on a deep technical level including involvement of supporting our current IT support team, development of our growing data centre infrastructure and client networks. The role will be based from home and will include customer site visits when required. As part of the role you will have knowledge in the key aspects below:

  • Hyper-V
  • Veeam
  • 365 detailed knowledge– ideally having completed email migrations before, or an active member of a team that has
  • Teams / SharePoint administration
  • General networking knowledge – understanding of VLAN / NAT / Firewall rules
  • Deep knowledge of how Active Directory works
  • General Windows Server knowledge – Experience of installing and deploying servers
  • RDS knowledge would be beneficial
  • PowerShell knowledge and understanding

During the role you will assist the support team in resolving escalated tickets which require a deeper level of investigation and resolution. In addition the role will assist our infrastructure team with upgrades, migrations and general server builds.

The successful candidate must be able to work solo and have a strong ability to be given a task to do with minimal assistance. The candidate must also have a good phone manner as customer interaction on the phone will play a large part in the role. EvolvIT are looking for someone who likes a challenge, is not scared to tackle hard technical queries and can use their base knowledge to find fixes to complex faults.

Please send CV’s to jobs@evolvit.co.uk

IT Support Technician

EvolvIT are pleased to offer a new exciting opportunity to join a dynamic close nit team of highly regarded engineers respected by an ever growing client base. EvolvIT are currently looking to fill an additional front line IT Support Technician Role to assist our growing team and client base . The role will be based from home and will include customer site visits when required. As part of the role you will have knowledge in the key aspects below:

  • 365/Exchange
  • Backup software including Veeam understanding
  • Windows Server 2012/2016/2019
  • Hyper V/VMware/Virtualization
  • Teams/SharePoint administration
  • General networking knowledge – TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS, Firewalls, Routers, Switches, VPN etc
  • Active Directory and Group policy knowledge
  • Windows 10 and Mac OS
  • Powershell
  • Office software knowledge

The successful candidate must be able to work solo and have a strong ability to be given a task to do with minimal assistance. The candidate must also have a good phone manner as customer interaction on the phone will play a large part in the role. EvolvIT are looking for someone who likes a challenge, is not scared to tackle hard technical queries and can use their base knowledge to find fixes to complex faults.

Please send CV’s to jobs@evolvit.co.uk

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