Salary: Band 6 £31,562 – £41,630 per annum inclusive
Hours of work: 37.5 per week
St Joseph’s Hospice is based in the east end of London and we are looking for a self-motivated and skilled System Administrator/systems engineer to provide 3rd line support and contribute to projects for an organisation of approximately 300 users, primarily based onsite but with a small number offsite and some mobile users.
St Joseph’s hospice runs its entire IT infrastructure in-house and so the successful applicant will be expected to have a wide variety of skills and superb troubleshooting & research skills. It is essential the applicant has in-depth knowledge of Windows desktop and server architecture, Windows Server roles, TCP/IP and networking.
The successful applicant must have extensive operational experience. The role requires an ability to troubleshoot existing technologies and networks, as well as planning and executing intelligent solutions to recurrent issues. The role will be primarily 3rd line and projects, but will be expected to contribute to 1st-2nd line when required.
The successful applicant must be able to work independently with the minimum of supervision and be an excellent communicator; able to convey technical matters to non-technical audiences of all seniority levels. However, there will be a considerable amount of collaboration and teamwork, so the successful applicant should be an active and enthusiastic team player. You will get an opportunity to work hands on with all the IT infrastructure of a complex and busy environment healthcare environment and the support to develop yourself professionally.
Continuation of NHS Pension Scheme is available. We offer 27 days holiday plus public holidays and excellent pension scheme.
Applicants are subject to enhanced DBS (previously CRB).
Application form and job description via website www.stjh.org.uk/workvolunteer-us/job-vacancies or telephone Human Resources on 020 8525 6068.
NO RECRUITERS PLEASE.
Closing date: 10 July 2016
Technical test: 14 July 2016
Interview date: 19 July 2016