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Onsite IT Support Engineer - Apply - London
« on: January 10, 2018, 07:38:51 PM »
  


Title: Onsite IT Support Engineer
Salary/Rate £0 - £35,000/annum
LocationCity of London


Our client will be needing candidates who have experience with MAC Support, Active Directory, Helpdesk, Service Desk, IOS, Networks, Server support and Backups on a Permanent basis.


Our Client is offering the successful Onsite IT Support Engineer a salary up to £35,000 based on experience.


Skills and Experience Required


* Excellent communication and people skills
* MAC Support
* Active Directory
* Mobile Telephony (IOS and Android)
* Audio Visual and video conference technologies and hardware
* Anti-virus installation and centralised deployment/management tools
* WAN/LAN Technologies
* Server Support
* Backups


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