IT Support Officer

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

The NHS Confederation has 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 successful candidate must be a motivated, hands-on person with great interpersonal skills and experience of giving 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), child care vouchers, tax free bikes and flexi-time.

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: 

Please download the job description, complete the application form and send it to jobapplications@nhsconfed.org.

For further information please contact shaun.norman@nhsconfed.org

Application deadline: 30th October 2019
Interview Date: TBC

 

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