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IT System Support Officer Job Description

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Job Summary

There is a massive change underway with the  replacement of the aging administration system.

IT System Support Officers are responsible for the first line support of users during

the ‘cut over’ period and offer initial assistance to people who are having problems.

As first port of call they need to be both confident computer users and trained to

become expert system users.

The role will require staff to work shifts and unsociable hours on a rota basis.

Main responsibilities-IT System Support Officer

Management

1. To provide first line assistance to users when problems with systems

 

2. To help to triage and where possible resolve issues immediately or to log and escalate as appropriate.

 

3. To provide a conduit for 2 way communication between users and support staff, including champion users, other floorwalkers, service desk.

 

4. To support and advise on downtime procedures and business continuity to ensure that they are adopted successfully in their allocated local work area.

 

5. To ensure that all system and process issues and incidents are logged and tracked using formal documentation

 

6. To become an effective member of the ‘Floor walking Team’ they will require good communication, diagnostic, system and process knowledge and be adaptable to be assigned to multiple locations.

 

7. To work with managers and staff from across the community to build the confidence of end users in the new system.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-IT System Support Officer

IT System Support Officer

Qualifications & Training

 

ECDL or equivalent experience in the use of IT systems

 

Knowledge & Experience

Experience within a large complex organisation.

Knowledge of the National Programme for IT

Good attention to detail and accuracy.

Methodical approach to organisation and delivery of tasks

 

 

 

Ability to work unsupervised and to manage own day to day activities.

Enthusiasm and positive attitude to work

Effective verbal and written communication skills

Ability to explain complex issues to both technical and non technical individuals.

Customer oriented approach to Role

 

Specific Skills

Able to make judgements involving complex facts or situations, which require the analysis, interpretation and comparison of a range of options

Good PC skills, including knowledge of MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Project and Visio

Good communication skills, both spoken and written. Able to produce a range of formal and informal documents and reports.

 

Excellent interpersonal skills: ability to deal with different personalities and levels of  understanding and to build good working relationships with staff at all levels and from a  variety of professional disciplines.

 

Influencing and negotiation skills, able to represent new ideas and concepts to an audience.

 

 

 

 

 

8. To provide a link between the end users and the project team enabling the speedy escalation of issues encountered without taking the user away from the workplace.

 

9. To support and reinforce the lessons learned that were taught during end user training.

 

10. To work autonomously using own initiative and make decisions based on

expertise and knowledge of Building based care processes, procedures and