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IT Technical Support Officer, Works Department -
Salary £27,500pa, plus contributory pension scheme
37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday, however this post may require the successful candidate to work hours that suit the needs of the Chapter of York, including evening and weekend work.
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The Works Department plays a lead role in delivering the maintenance requirements for York Minster, the precinct and properties as required by the Chapter of York. This new role will deliver a service of the highest standard for project work and support for general maintenance delivering the IT needs of the Chapter and Directors at York Minster, monitoring and maintaining the computer systems and networks required in this complex business structure.
The role will involve delivering a robust IT support system for 365 day service, liaising with external contractors and working with colleagues to set annual budgets in relation to IT maintenance and projects. The successful candidate will have experience in reviewing systems and presenting improvements and will be able to clearly communicate solutions to non-technical users. Excellent interpersonal skills are essential, as well as the ability to write clear reports and training manuals.
This position is due to start as soon as possible.
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The closing date for applications is 23:59 on 18th October 2015
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