Experience in supporting desktop, application, network, operating system, and Microsoft Office applications, Familiarity with
Desktop Support Analyst II is responsible for providing first level support to users of various desktop applications such as Microsoft. Ability to multi-task and support high level of trouble shooting user issues via telephone and remote applications. Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent. 3-4 years related work experience.
Operates IT help desk and Phone Support. Screens, refers and diagnoses complex, unique internal inquiries and work requests as they relate to maintenance of personal computers and related systems. May prepare help desk incident reports and assist in hardware and software evaluation.
Additional Position Information
The ESC Helpdesk provides tier 1 level support for all lanes of business as well as support for outside sales and vendor call centers. This position will cover many roles on the team including technical and project support.
This position provides technical support for customers via tickets, chat, and or telephone and is responsible for diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing computer systems, software, or networked and/or wireless systems. Responds to situations where first-line support has failed to isolate or fix problems in malfunctioning equipment or software. Support key technical areas of the team including but not limited to Voice, Network, Call Center, Retail, and standard break fix troubleshooting, investigation, and repair. May be required to prepare and deliver knowledge documentation and training activities. Will be required to participate in process improvements, projects, and status meetings. Owns and provides ongoing status, deliverables and deadlines as necessary.
1.Experience in supporting desktop, application, network, operating system, and Microsoft Office applications
2.Familiarity with Windows 7, 10, iPAD, iPhone and Android devices.
3.Proven ability to communicate (verbally, written) complex, technical information and decisions to a varied audience
4.Familiarity with the IT Service Manager Tool