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Technical Advisor

We are looking for confident ‘can do’ people with good IT Customer Service skills who are looking to join a busy and vibrant technical service team.

This is an excellent first role or continuation of your IT career within a company who can provide opportunities to develop both your IT and customer service skills.

The ideal person will be enthusiastic about IT with knowledge and experience of troubleshooting methodologies and using Microsoft Products. You will have a confident disposition as well as an excellent telephone manner and an ability to work under pressure to meet and exceed targets.

Up to £15,000 Basic Salary depending on experience plus, Shift Allowance, Overtime, Pension and choice of Flexible Benefits.

As Europe’s leading provider of hosted services it is a great position for someone looking to build on their existing IT skills with on-the-job training and making the most of internal promotion opportunities.

Please email
hr@cobweb.com to request a copy of the full Role Profile and access further recruitment information. If there is not a live vacancy at the time of applying we will hold your details on file.

Cobweb are interested in reviewing the applications of exceptional, enthusiastic and forward-thinking IT individuals and encourage submission of CV’s for the following entry level position.

 

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