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IT Infrastructure Support – London

Job Details
  • Job Location: City of London, London
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Salary: £40000 - £45000 per annum
Job Description

IT Infrastructure Support – London

Onsite/Hybrid working available – salary up to £45,000

IT Infrastructure Support required for a leading client based in central London. My client is currently seeking an IT Infrastructure Engineer to come on board to Overseeing the internal IT infrastructure and the company’s IT security procedures. Acting as a liaison with external software providers, negotiating software renewals. Collaborating with the cyber team and broader administration team to maintain ISO standards compliance.

Keys skills,

  • Previous Support experience
  • Previous IT Security experience
  • Strong Microsoft Office 365 experience
  • Overseeing the company’s internal IT infrastructure and its IT security protocols.
  • Engaging with external software providers, managing software renewal negotiations.
  • Working with the cyber team and the broader administration team to maintain continuous ISO standards compliance.
  • CompTIA S+ (or equivalent), M365 Certified: Fundamentals, M365 Certified: Modern Desktop Administrator Associate, or M365 Certified: Teams Administrator Associate.
  • Candidates possessing expertise in M365 Certified: Administrator Expert, SANS GMON, SANS GCWN, SANS GCIA, and/or SANS GSOC would be preferred

Salary – our client is offering a salary of up to £40,000 – 45,000 per annum for this opportunity

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My name is Emma Siwicki,
and I manage this role.

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