IT System Administrator

Edinburgh, UK

OVERVIEW

Do you like to work for a fast-growing dynamic organization? Are you an ambitious self-starter? Would you like to work for an international and multicultural organization? Then you are the IT System Administrator we are looking for!

As IT System Administrator you will need to implement, maintain, support and develop our company’s IT environment. Your role is to achieve the goal of providing maximum performance for clients, staff, suppliers and customers. You will be responsible for delivering IT Support to the Kinly business, maintaining complex IT infrastructure, hosting multiple IT environments and unified communications (UC) platforms.

Kinly is a company that values commitment and attitude above technical skills, so we will always consider good candidates.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Assist with administering Kinly office infrastructure:

  • Windows 10
  • Windows servers
  • Active Directory and Azure AD
  • VMware
  • Veeam
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Exchange
  • Cisco routers. switches and firewalls

As well as:

  • Deploying
  • Monitoring IT infrastructure
  • Contact with outsourced suppliers for issues and maintenance
  • Participate in the evaluation of new technologies
  • Monitoring IT security for new vulnerabilities

Qualifications

Essential:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Team worker
  • You are customer and result oriented, accurate and stress resistant

Desired:

  • ITIL Foundation Certification
  • IT servicedesk management
  • Skills in: VM Ware, Veeam, MS SQL, Exchange, AD, Azure & SharePoint

Nice to have:

  • You have experience with services in a customer-oriented ICT environment.
  • Experience in the Telecom sector in special Video Conference is a plus

Personal Characteristics:

  • An ability to organize, priorities and multi-task
  • The capacity to explain complex IT matters in layman’s terms
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • An understanding of what a business and its users need and expect from a computer system
  • Flexibility to work outside normal business hours as required
  • Willingness to travel to other company offices

We offer

  • This is a fulltime position, offering a good salary depending on your knowledge and experience. You will be empowered to make a difference and to introduce your own ideas.
  • We enjoy an informal, no-nonsense culture with plenty room for creativity and personal growth.
  • In addition, we provide a comprehensive range of benefits including, pension, death in service and critical illness cover.
  • This role could involve international travel.

This role will be based at our UK HQ in Livingston, Scotland.

Date Posted

9 March 2020

Closing Date

20 March 2020

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