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Job title: IT Support Officer 
Location: Leeds with occasional travel to London
Role:  Permanent
Hours: Full time (36.5 hours Monday-Friday)
Salary: £20,725 per annum

The role:

This is an excellent opportunity to join a busy split site IT Helpdesk team providing hardware and software support. The successful candidate will have a solid understanding of Microsoft Azure and Office 365 along with hardware including laptops, tablets and mobile phones.

The applicant must be a motivated, hands-on person with great interpersonal skills and experienced in delivering excellent customer service.

In return the successful candidate will receive 30 days holiday for full time employees, Scottish Widows Pension Scheme, season ticket loan(interest-free), tax free bikes, flexi-time and more.

About us:

The NHS Confederation is a membership body that brings together and speaks on behalf of all organisations that plan, commission and provide NHS services with our members drawn from every part of the health and care system. The IT and Facilities team provide services across the whole NHS Confederation business.

At the NHS Confederation we are passionate about our values (voice, openness, integrity, challenge, empowerment and respect). These are supported by a set of behaviours that demonstrate the attitudes and approach we take to work.

To apply:

To apply for this role please read the job description and complete the application form, include in the covering letter section how you feel you are suited to the role and how you meet the person specification. Please send your completed application form to jobapplications@nhsconfed.org

If you wish to discuss the post before applying, then please contact Shaun Norman on 0207 799 8706

Application deadline: 11th February 2019
Interview Date: 22nd February 2019


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