Desktop Support Technician- (005521) Primary Location UK-ENG-London Job Information Technology Organisation TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT Job Posting 06-Oct-2021, 3:54:39 AM Department Overview The Technology Directorate manages and supports all aspects of Technology delivery across the Bank, from maintaining critical systems which underpin the UK economy, to providing big data analytics, implementing comprehensive cyber security programmes, and introducing innovative solutions in support of digital workplace. Technology's key objective is to support all other areas of the Bank in achieving our colletive mission to promote the good of the people of the UK by maintaning monetary and financial stability. This is acheived through the delivery of appropriate, high performing, resilient solutions and information services across the organisation and externally. Technology is structured around a simple operating model: Analyse-Delivery-Service-Secure. This model ensures transparency and effectiveness in our delivery, prioritisation and cost base for IT services and promotes close working relationships with colleagues across the Bank so that we can all deliver with pace and agility. The Colleague Experience teams are responsible for providing high quality, progressional IT support services to customers across the Bank. Colleague Experience comprises of several teams, providing a range of services. These include End User Computing Desktop Support as well as being responsible for development and maintenance of the Bank's workstation and Mobile Infrastructure platforms. Job description The role of Desktop Support Technician is to provide high quality, professional, second line Desktop support for Enterprise IT Services at the Bank across all sites. Working within a team of 10 staff, the successful candidate will be required to deliver high quality professional support services to customers across the Bank. The candidate must ensure that support calls are managed and resolved to the highest professional standard and within agreed SLAs while meeting customer expectations. The primary role of the Desktop Support Technician is to apply workarounds and resolutions to IT incidents to restore acceptable IT services to the Business to allow colleagues opf the Bank to achieve their work goalds and ultimately the core purposes of the Bank of England. The Desktop Support role is a customer-facing role and staff are responsible for providing a high level of support across all business areas within the Bank of England Group for IT Desktop services, including all sites; Threadneedle Street, Moorgate, Debden, Leeds and the Agencies. Role Requirements Minimum Essential Criteria Having a good understanding of business areas' critical periods, processes and applications is essential. The Desktop Support Technician may carry out diagnostic or test procedures to identify the cause of an incident either remotely or by visiting the customer. The initial responsibility is to restore services to the customer. Once workarounds are in place, details are to be documented and fed into the Problem Management process to identify and resolve repeat incidents as problems. A high level of technical knowlege is needed to be maintained with a strong and demonstratable understanding of Desktop services including; Windows Operating Systems, VPN, Remote solutions, iPad, iPhone, Networking and Infrastructure, Telecoms, Security, Active Directory and VDIs (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) Desirable Criteria
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We are fully committed to having a diverse and inclusive working environment, and are open to considering how the role might be carried out with flexible working. This role is therefore open to flexible working patterns. (Delete if operationally this may not be feasible)
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The Bank of England is a distinctive institution and our rewards are one of the things that set us apart. As well as enjoying a competitive salary you will work in a collaborative, inclusive environment, with a subsidised restaurant, flexible working opportunities and plenty of wellbeing initiatives.
This specific role offers a base salary of £28,000 - £33,000 pro rata, along with our comprehensive benefits package as follows:
The closing date for applications is 31/10/2021
Please apply online, ensuring that you answer the application questions, complete the work history and submit your CV.