|Listed on:||16th September|
|Salary/Rate:||£55,000 - £65,000|
|Salary Notes:||+ Bonus + Benefits|
|Contact Name:||Robert Cochrane|
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Desktop Support, PC support, VMWare VSphere, VDI, Horizon, VIP Support, Windows 10 migration, Powershell, PowerCLI, SCCM, SCOM, Active Directory, Windows Server ITIL, Build, Release management, infrastructure, Sharepoint 2013, Enterprise vault, Systems Administration, Hedge Fund, Fund Manager, Banking, Finance, Trading support,.
Successful Hedge fund is looking for an experienced, smart Desktop Support Engineer to Lead the Support (1st to 3rd Line), Design and upgrading of their growing Microsoft infrastructure and application environment. You will join a small, experienced and highly skilled team and will need a broad and deep skill set. You be working on a range of applications and systems including the expected VIP support of Office 2016/O365, Windows 10 migration, PCs, Laptops etc but more significantly strong SCCM (or equivalent Build tool) and the design and admin of Active Directory, some Scripting knowledge for automation (preferably Powershell or similar) as automation is a key focus of the team.
This role would suit someone looking to champion and lead by example the support of applications and also carry out project and systems implementation (c. 80% Support/20% project work but this is moves to a 50/50 split, depending on the project demands).
This is a strong but low ego team where the focus is to provide exemplary support and keep the trading business up and running at all times. You will continuously work on solutions in collaboration with your team mates, sharing ideas on how to make the systems more robust and ultimately requiring less day to day support. Previous experience of working in a banking or financial markets environment is useful as the users are demanding and the environment can be pressured at times but this is all part of working in a leading investment firm where you are well looked after and investment in both training and IT as a whole is high.