Careers at Probado

Probado is a growing business and has strong beliefs in equal opportunities for all.

Current positions available are as follows:

Technical Support Engineer

We're always on the look out for exceptional IT Support staff to support the ICT needs of both existing and new clients.

Duties you will be involved in but not limited to will include:
• Installation of software applications, configuring virtual server environments and ensuring secure IT networks and environments, some of which will involve site visits
• Hardware installation including creating or adapting networks
• Providing Technical Support directly to clients
• Remotely accessing customers Servers and Workstations to resolve any issues
• Working closely with senior engineers both on and off site to develop a firm understanding customer systems and requirements
• Providing 1st class customer service.
• You will also have the opportunity to see projects evolve from the initial meetings to final sign-off.

You will also require:
• A full clean driving license
• Your own transport

You will have a passion for all things ICT and ideally have some programming knowledge/experience. You will be eager to harness your strong desire to learn and put to good use your technical skills & knowledge. You will need to be able to show that you are a motivated self-starter who likes to try new activities and learn from them. You will also be willing to portray a professional image at all times, be understanding to a client's needs and subscribe to Probado’s core values of Honesty, Integrity, Knowledge and Excellence.

Salary: TBC Location: Huddersfield Application Date: On Going



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