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The ICT Support Engineer will support the ICT Support Manager to undertake a wide variety of tasks including ICT issue resolution, administering corporate systems (M365, AD, OKTA, etc.), coordination of internal and 3rd party stakeholders, providing assistance to first level ICT support, and providing technical support to other areas of the business.
The ICT Support Engineer is required to undertake a wide range of activities which may include any or all of the following:
Stakeholder and People Engagement
Strong inter-personal and respectful engagement with staff and stakeholders
Manages conflicting priorities and expectations to ensure client and LSSA objectives are most effectively met
Ability to work in an agile manner, managing multiple concurrent responsibilities
Takes full ownership of tasks allocated to them, ensuring issues are fully resolved or escalated where required
Experience with an ICT support environment or similar
Ensures issues are resolved and decisions made using correct data and considers circumstances and organisational needs
Technical Skills and Knowledge
An advanced understanding of technology and a willingness to learn technology concepts, terminology, and apply these concepts within the workplace
Ability to build and apply technical skills or escalate for resolution as appropriate.
Ability to learn and apply the skills required to support technology onboarding and offboarding for staff
Knowledge of / Proficiency in supporting and administering:
The following skills would be desirable:
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Adaptability: Responds positively to change, easily modifying behaviours or ways of working to suit the circumstances. Remains flexible and open to new ideas and challenges and encourages others to value change.
Collaboration: Actively participates to achieve team goals and organisational strategy. Works with others to achieve better results and forges close relationships and alliances to get things done.
Communication: Clearly conveys information and ideas with different audiences. Is approachable and appropriately voices own opinions; asks open questions to encourage others to clearly express themselves.
Excellence: Focuses on growth, best practice and innovation and is outward looking. Identifies opportunities for growth, ways to improve and how to apply international best practice.
Growth Mindset: Approaches challenges as opportunities to learn and improve. Actively seeks out new skills and training.
Self-Management: Manages oneself and actions to ensure productive relationships and work outcomes. Takes time to reflect on personal and professional impact and takes action to improve outcomes.
Takes responsibility: Sets high standards for self, assuming accountability for successfully completing tasks or projects. Is highly self-motivated and organised, keen to take responsibility to ensure all operational targets are met. Makes good decisions, taking time to gather correct data and not jumping to conclusions or making assumptions.
For further information, please contact Christie O’Brien via email at [email protected] or simply apply now by submitting a covering letter, which demonstrates you have the required skill set and experience we're seeking, together with a copy of your resume.
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