Desktop Analyst Jobs in London
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City, London -
Evolution Recruitment Solutions
My client is a Global Vendor looking for a contractor based in Norway. Systems Administration (operations and maintenance) of MAC and Windows based desktop. Conduct hardware and software maintenance on all supported systems. Monitor IT environment to proactively prevent problems. Respond to Help Desk tickets for support as tasked. Support...
Rate: Market RatesPosted: 1 hour ago
City of London -
A leading global Hedge Fund based in London is currently looking to hire an ambitious 1st - 3rd Line Desktop Support Analyst to join their infrastructure team in the successful support and improvement of their Windows based system. The Hedge Fund is investing heavily in technology (multiple headcount for development, QA...
Salary: £30000 - £40000 per annum + Benefits + BonusPosted: 8 days ago
Information Technology Services
As a Desktop Support Analyst you will be joining a technical IT team of 8 and will provide 1st/2nd line support within the firm both remotely and face to face, from initial contact through to problem resolution. This is a highly autonomous role where you will need to take...
Salary: £28k - 33k per yearPosted: 3 days ago
Permanent. London. 15-20k plus pension, healthcare insurance. NO SPONSORSHIP. Must be eligible to work in the UK. Intapeople have an immediate require for a Junior Desktop Support Analyst to work for our financial services sector client based in central London. The role is due to the company's continued...
Salary: £15000 to £20000 per annumPosted: 5 days ago
Morgan Smith & Partners
Deskside and Remote Support *Windows 7 Admin *Microsoft Suite 2010 (Word and Excel) *Blackberry Support *Active Directory - re-set Password/Adding Users Role & Responsibilities: *Answer and respond to calls made to the Service Desk either by telephone, Intranet or email... *Support and maintain Microsoft Office 2010 MCITP Training and Study...
Salary: From £25,000 to £32,000 per annumPosted: Yesterday
Marcus Donald People
You will be supporting: Windows based PC’s and laptops, networked printers, virtual desktops (Citrix Technologies), IP Telephony, imaging PC (GHOST). VMware knowledge would be highly desirable... Technologies: - Citrix Desktop. - Windows Terminal Services... - Windows 7... - VMware. Qualifications: Preferably you will have some professional qualifications such as an IT degree or...
Rate: £100 to £120 per dayPosted: 6 days ago
You will be required to support internal users across the London site and further global offices. This role will be a predominantly remote and deskside support position dealing with a range of technical issues. This role requires candidates who have proven commercial experience and are used to working in demanding...
Posted: 5 days ago
Desktop Support Analyst/ITSupport Analyst/2nd Line - (Windows, Office 2010, SCCM, AD, Dynamics, Cisco VOIP, Thomson, Bloomberg) required for my client based in London City... - Deployment - SCCM, WDS (desirable) - Security - Encourage best practice in desktop security. - User - Create, delete and maintain accounts and profiles (AD) - MS Dynamics CRM (Desirable) - Cisco...
Posted: 2 days ago
The successful candidate will be responsible for the delivery of 2nd line technical support while maintaining high levels of customer satisfaction through active organisation of team efforts focusing heavily on supporting mobile devices on iOS and Android operating systems... Extensive technical working knowledge of Apple technologies essential. Must have technical...
Salary: £40000 - £45000 per annumPosted: Yesterday
City, London -
Provide local IT, telephony and system support for users running Windows, MS Office, Market Data and other business applications... Technical skills in Windows 7, Office 2010, Active Directory, Networking (DNS, DHCP, TCP/IP), Remote Access tools, Mobile device configuration (Blackberry and Good for Enterprise)... Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters, Factset, Fidessa or...
Salary: Approximately £22,000 per annum + annual discretionary bonusPosted: Yesterday