Network and Infrastructure Officer
Salary range £33,196 to £44,576 per annum
Full time 36 hours
Spelthorne’s ICT department is a busy, friendly, and dynamic place to work.
We are looking for an experienced network and infrastructure officer to join our team.
The Network and Infrastructure Officer is responsible for maintaining the network and IT infrastructure of Spelthorne Borough Council. This role involves ensuring the smooth operation, security, and availability of the organization's network systems, servers, and related technologies. The officer will report jointly to the Network & Security Manager and Infrastructure Manager, collaborating with both teams to support the efficient functioning of various departments and services within the authority.
This post is identified as a hybrid post supporting both office and home working in line with Spelthorne Borough Council’s policy. If home working is preferred, much of the role can be undertaken remotely and suitable equipment will be provided. However, staff are still contracted to work in on site, so it should be anticipated that you may be required to come to the office for a couple of days a week, or as required by the managers.
In return we can offer excellent conditions of service with a benefits package that includes flexible working hours, pension scheme, free parking and at least 23 days’ paid leave per year.
Please note as part of the employment checks this post will subject to a basic Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check.
Closing date: 15 January 2024 (Noon)
Interview date: w/c 22 January 2024
For full information and to apply online, go to www.surreyjobs.info or www.spelthorne.gov.uk alternatively, please contact Recruitment Services on (01784 444263 (24hr answer phone) quoting reference number 1162.
Unfortunately, we are unable to reply to all candidates. If we have not contacted, you within 3 weeks of the closing date then your application has been unsuccessful.
All shortlisted applicants will be contacted via email after the closing date. CVs can only be accepted in support of a completed application form.
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