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IT Operational Response Officer
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Recruiter: MI5
Listed on: 19th February
Location: London
Salary/Rate: £30387 - £32849
Type: Permanent
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: 1678
Contact Name: MI5

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At MI5, we help to keep the country safe. Our talented teams work against ever-evolving threats, from terrorism to espionage. Our Information Technology group ensures that IT across the organisation is fully-functioning and always improving. Without the department, we simply couldn't carry out our crucial work of keeping the country safe.

When you join as an IT Operational Response Officer, you'll become vital to the smooth running of our business. Passionate about helping customers, you'll respond quickly to urgent issues that affect our live operations within our IT systems. Once you're fully trained, you'll liaise directly with MI5 support teams, third-party suppliers and our customers.

To join, you'll have an IT degree or accredited qualification, along with relevant experience in an IT environment. Plus, you'll need to have knowledge of Windows Operating Systems, Windows Server, Active Directory and desktop hardware. With excellent troubleshooting abilities, you'll confidently solve a range of problems and manage operational priorities. A flexible and proactive person, you'll be keen to learn new skills and keep up with evolving trends.

Keeping the country safe is a complex job, which is why we're dedicated to giving you a great work-life balance. Plus, you'll take advantage of impressive training and have the opportunity to gain professional qualifications. So you won't just develop your skills, you'll develop your career at MI5.

We particularly welcome applications from women and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates.

To find out more and apply, please visit our website via the apply button.

To apply to MI5 you must be a born or naturalised British citizen, over 18 years of age and normally have lived in the UK for nine of the last ten years. You should not discuss your application, other than with your partner or a close family member, providing that they are British. They should also be made aware of the importance of discretion.