Contract Infrastructure Engineer

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Computer Futures

Listed on

12th November 2023


North West England


£450 - £500



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Role: Infrastructure/support engineerLocation: Remote (North West England)Length: 6 monthsDay Rate: £450 - £500IR35: Inside We are looking for an infrastructure/support engineer to assist with BAU as well as addition support on multiple projects - as needed.Candidates based near/in North West England would be preferred (not essential). Skills needed:Infrastructure support/support desk escalation experience Able to handle multiple workloads and incidentsWorked within an ITIL environment with incident logging and change management processes. Excellent communications skills (written and verbal) Proven ability to manage and maintain process and technical documentation. Tech skills:Predominantly Microsoft skills set Active Directory/Azure ADExcellent HyperV and Azure Stack HCI skillsExcellent Windows Server skills, with server roles DNS,DHCP, DFS, storage spaces direct etc Azure management and troubleshooting skills with Virtual servers, networks, Storage , Azure Files etc Excellent Microsoft 365 management and troubleshooting skills, including Defender product suite, Identity, endpoint, Office and cloud. Skills with managing and maintaining server backups. Please click here to find out more about our Key Information Documents. Please note that the documents provided contain generic information. If we are successful in finding you an assignment, you will receive a Key Information Document which will be specific to the vendor set-up you have chosen and your placement.To find out more about Computer Futures please visit www.computerfutures.comComputer Futures, a trading division of SThree Partnership LLP is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy | Registered office | 1st Floor, 75 King William Street, London, EC4N 7BE, United Kingdom | Partnership Number | OC387148 England and Wales

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