IT Support Analyst – Leeds – major established group of some 100 years 853

January 3, 2022
Leeds, United Kingdom
Job Type


Job Description

  • Education Requirements - none required - qualifications and experience preferred
  • Experience Requirements - see below
  • Industry - Health related Manufacturing
  • Qualifications - Ideally Microsoft
  • Responsibilities - IT support 1st to 2nd line with potential for development
  • Skills - see below
  • Work Hours - 9-5:30pm


Holidays = 20 days + Statutory Bank Holidays

Long service = Annual leave will increase by 1 day per year until a max of 26 days.  An additional 2 days at 10 years service, certificate and plaque.

A gift voucher at 20 years + certificate + plaque

Employee of the Year awards = award ceremony, exclusive meal, plaque + bonus

Parking = there is parking at our HQ, CCTV monitored with 6 to 8 EV bays

Food = Hub for hot & cold food and drinks, relaxed meetings (covid depending)

Pension = Standard auto enrolment contributions.

Rewards = Employee rewards system from Reward Gateway which can give discounts on many shops, cinemas, gyms, restaurants, vouchers etc

Peer to Peer recognition vouchers

Bike to work scheme


To provide technical support; answering support queries either onsite or via phone or email. · To maintain a high degree of customer service for all support queries.

To take ownership of user problems and be proactive when dealing with user issues whether raised directly or via escalation from another team member.

To log all calls on the call logging system and maintain full documentation.

Respond to enquiries from clients and help them resolve any hardware or software problems.

Support users in the use of Computer equipment by providing necessary training and advice.

Work as part of the IT Support team and any other operational/project teams as requested by the IT Manager.

Manage workloads and notify the IT Manager when KPI/Targets are going to be breached.

To allocate more complex service issues to the relevant IT Support team member.

Raise any security concerns to the IT Manager.

Maintain reports and logs in line with departmental policy.

Obtain quotes and process orders in line with departmental policy.

Setting up and configuring new laptops and desktops.

Installing authorised software to laptops and desktops.

Configure/maintain computer systems, networks and peripherals as instructed.

If required undertake trips to other sites/data centre including staying overnight where appropriate (and maintain a valid UK driving licence).

Any other duties as requested by the IT Manager.

Keep abreast of IT Trends and engage with IT Manager to develop personal development plans.

The below skills would be beneficial to the role.

Active Directory user and computer administration · Windows desktop administration · Windows Server administration · O365 administration · Exceptional Customer Service skills · Proven experience working within IT service delivery · Excellent troubleshooting and problem-solving skills · Excellent ability to transfer knowledge within a team · General Network administration and troubleshooting, TCP/IP and WAN/ LAN /Wi-Fi · ITIL Certified To be considered for the more senior position you must: - · Have a full UK driving licence.

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