IT Systems Officer, UK Data Archive
Application closing date
£32,348 - £35,333 per annum (pro-rata for part-time)
Fixed-term, Full-time (Part-time considered)
We are seeking to appoint an IT Systems Officer to join the Technical Services directorate of the UK Data Archive. The section provides support for the critical needs of the other divisions in the UK Data Archive, by installing, commissioning, configuring, developing, maintaining and updating internal and external systems which are in everyday use.
You will be part of the IT Operations Team, that is responsible for: the provision of front-line IT support to staff; the installation and configuration of PCs and associated peripherals and software; administrative tasks including maintaining an asset register; configuring user accounts; creating and maintaining AD security groups; creating folder structures and securing them; checking authentication and authorisation levels.
A full list of duties and responsibilities can be found within the job pack.
You should have a proven track record of general IT support in a MS Windows/Office environment, knowledge of MS Windows file systems and security as well as prior experience in a helpdesk or customer service environment. In addition, analysis, problem solving and prioritisation skills, excellent attention to detail, a structured and methodical approach to work, an ability to work independently and direct own work, good written and verbal communication skills in English and an ability to work as part of a team are required skills and abilities.
The post is full-time and fixed-term until 31/03/2024 in the first instance due to the cyclical nature of the funding. Whilst this is a full-time post, we would also consider part-time working at a minimum of 0.8 FTE.
This post involves access to Government systems, information or data and will be subject to the staff vetting process. Further information can be found in the Recruitment Pack.
Candidates are encouraged to describe how they meet each of the essential requirements in their application.
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Please see the attached job pack, which contains a full job description and person specification, which outlines the full duties, skills, qualifications and experience needed for this role plus more information relating to the post. We recommend you read this information carefully before making an application. Applications should be made on-line, but if you would like advice or help in making an application, or need information in a different format, please email the Resourcing Team ([email protected]).
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