IT Systems Administrator

Posted 19 April 2022
Salary£30000 - £36000 per annum + Training, Benefits, Progression
LocationNottingham
Job type Permanent
DisciplineInfrastructure & Support
ReferencePR/011126_1650445430
Contact NameConor Coogan

Job description

IT Systems Administrator

Role: IT Systems Administrator
Location: Nottingham, England
Salary: £30,000 - £36,000

*** INTERVIEWING IMMEDIATELY ***

After 40 years of service, my client is one of largest the most prestigious Media organisations in the UK. Being a Sunday Times Top 25 Company to work for, this is a unique opportunity to join a family run business in their highly skilled tech team as an IT Systems Administrator, with progression and development of their employees being a key priority.

In this Systems Administrator role, you will be maintaining and configuring the firm's Infrastructure and Network platforms alongside the other IT Support Engineers, with the opportunity to go out to site and get hands on with the latest cutting-edge technology.

As the IT Systems Administrator, you will get involved with current, new, and upcoming projects such as rollouts, upgrades, migrations to cloud, installations AND MORE!

This role has the chance to work at different sites, so a full UK driving license is required.

Benefits include:
- 28 days holiday rising with service, plus 8 Bank Holidays
- Certifications and Qualifications PAID
- Private Healthcare (BUPA)
- Incredible pension scheme increasing with service
- Flexible Working

Skills from You:
- Windows Server
- Network Troubleshooting
- Active Directory
- Office 365 administration
- Virtual Server experience

If this role sounds interesting to you, please APPLY & get in touch with Conor Coogan @ ITECCO on 0115 678 7955 or email conor . coogan @ itecco . co . uk

This role is commutable from:
Leicester | Nottingham | Chesterfield | Derby | Loughborough| Burton-upon-Trent | Mansfield

Established in Didsbury, ITECCO has grown to become one of the UK's most successful and fastest growing IT recruitment companies in the UK.