IT Support Apprentice DOC CLEANING LIMITED

Large privately owned company, established for over 40 years, looking for an apprentice to provide first line support, hardware configuration, IT security, management of company systems, social media accounts and website.

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Closing date: 01 Oct 2017

Apprenticeship summary

  • Weekly wage

    £160.00 - £200.00

  • Working week

    Monday – Friday 40 hours per week (including 1 day at Harlow College) 8am – 4pm or 8.30am – 4.30pm 30 minute break

    Total hours per week: 40.00

  • Apprenticeship duration

    12 months

  • Possible start date

    03 Oct 2017

  • Date posted

    30 Aug 2017

  • Apprenticeship level

    Intermediate Level Apprenticeship

  • Reference number

    VAC001302968

  • Positions

    1 available

Working in a friendly atmosphere in a modern office with excellent potential for progression.  This is a varied job where no two days will be the same.

The following list is designed to provide an indicative list of the key roles and responsibilities required to perform this job:

First line support with regards to all IT issues:

  • Respond to resolve incoming IT support issues, both from the remote management team and head office staff, with issues such as: Hardware & Printer issues,Software issues,Server connection issues,Management system issues
  • Report on IT queries, including users & resolution
  • Where applicable escalate issues to our external I.T Specialist and assist where necessary

Manage and maintain the company’s IT inventory (i.e. laptops, iPads & mobile phones):

  • Ensure that all devices are kept up to date
  • Report on excessive usage
  • Deal with third party suppliers where necessary (i.e. mobile phone supplier)
  • Keep up to date records of inventory
  • Manage the company’s mobile device management software for mobile phones and tablet computers

Hardware configuration:

  • Work in conjunction with our remote IT Specialist to configure new company hardware before issuing to staff

Systems training:

  • Carry out all user training for aspects of Templa CMS
  • Provide general application training to all users

Management & implementation of company systems:

  • Provide technical support to all users for the company’s bespoke management system, Templa CMS. This will require a high level of knowledge throughout the system to support all departments
  • Assist with the implementation on new modules for Templa CMS
  • Carry out systems training for all users on Templa CMS
  • Carry out reporting requirements for all users by configuring and running reports from Templa CMS. Export and format results in Microsoft Excel as necessary
  • Investigate improvements to existing reporting processes, including the possible integration of Crystal Reports
  • Design and configure dashboards for each user within Templa CMS

Manage the company’s social media accounts & website:

  • Schedule new posts by obtaining content from all members of staff
  • Update the company website on wordpress and obtain possible new content, including blog posts, from all users

Microsoft Excel:

  • Provide assistance to users with financial calculation spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel and troubleshoot issues with formulas

IT Security:

  • Promote a safe ‘IT’ working culture with guidelines of how to stay safe with emails, internet, passwords & general security issues
  • Possible visits required to client sites in London to support ‘remote’ members of staff

Additional roles & responsibilities:

The job description requirements detailed have been provided as a guide to assist you with your duties and to offer a summary of the tasks that are a requirement of this position. The duties detailed are not exhaustive and may be subject to change and/or addition and you will be expected to perform different tasks as necessitated by your role within the organisation, the overall objectives of the company and the operational requirements of the site/client.

Any additional other duties will be within the context of this job description.


Requirements and prospects

Desired skills

  • Good knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Microsoft Excel
  • General IT skills, including use of computers, tablets and smart phones

Personal qualities

  • Forward thinking, keen to develop, pro-active nature, able to troubleshoot and resolve issues
  • Good communication skills, both written and verbal

Qualifications required

  • Ideally A-C grades in Maths and English (but not essential), equivalent qualifications also acceptable

Future prospects

Aim is for the position to become full time at the end of the apprenticeship with plenty of chance for progression in the future Opportunity to progress to next level of study upon completion

Things to consider

No head office parking available at this time Public car parks available (closest Bishops Stortford train station) Main line rail station (Bishops Stortford) within a 5 minute walk Main bus depot within a 10 minute walk Professional office environment Job will be based around working with computers so will be on a computer all day

About the employer

DOC Cleaning Limited is a privately owned, family run company, founded in 1972, that provide a range of cleaning and associated services to a wide range of prestigious and blue chip locations throughout London and the South East. We offer a friendly working atmosphere in a modern office and excellent potential for progression.

Employer

DOC CLEANING LIMITED

Address

95

London Road

Bishop's Stortford

CM23 3GW

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Training provider

  • Diploma in ICT professional competence (QCF)
  • Award in ICT systems and principles for Apprenticeship
  • Functional skills level 1 in English, maths and ICT
  • Employee rights and responsibilities
  • Personal learning and thinking skills

Apprenticeship framework

IT, Software, Web & Telecoms Professionals

Training provider

HARLOW COLLEGE

Applications for this apprenticeship are being processed by Harlow College

Contact

apprenticeships@harlow-college.ac.uk


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Closing date: 01 Oct 2017