A brand-new role just opened with a great client based in Dublin South, minutes from the M50. The client is also accessible by bus from the City Centre and is on the Green Luas Line.
The role could become a permanent position long term; therefore, the client is looking for someone living in Dublin Southside who has access to Sandyford location.
The successful candidate will have 2+ years of experience providing 2nd level support and will get excellent interpersonal skills and telephone manner. Reporting to the IT manager, the IT Support Engineer will be involved in managing the demanding IT needs of a multinational technology company, including caring for the network and Internet infrastructure, providing build management support for the client’s development team and technical support for their worldwide offices.
This role offers the right candidate an excellent opportunity to broaden their technical skills and make an active contribution in a multinational company.
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