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I have a mixture of IT skills and experience and am offering those skills out from my business - JJC Computer Services. The services are available on a contract only basis. Please get in touch to discuss if your business has any IT support requirements.
A conscientious, self-motivated and hard-working IT Professional who is experienced in technical support and can work on his own initiative. As a Linux Systems Administrator I have worked effectively and efficiently alone and as part of a team. I am currently seeking a career as an AIX IT Contractor, where I can utilise my AIX and Linux system administration skills, knowledge and experience to their full potential.
Very Experienced Desktop Support Analyst with over 21 years of continuous work for a large firm, over 2 years in Software Engineering, plus years of service in temporary service work to firms large and small.
I am a highly skilled Network and Security Technician who has worked within both the 9 to 5 and 24x7 environments. I have experience in a variety of networking roles ranging from HM Government, Banking to High Profile Web Hosting environments. My experience has been gained in the WAN, LAN and Firewall Security arenas, where I’ve been employed in both a BAU and Design Consultancy role. Continued exposure to a client-facing environment, coupled with established abilities as a team player has assisted me in consolidating both my technical and interpersonal skills.
The support of an IT system within a company. Supporting desktops, mobile devices, servers and cloud platforms. Usually a system of 1st, 2nd and 3rd line which grades issues in terms of severity, complexity and importance.
What does a Technical Support do?
Supports all technical devices used within a company, from the smallest switch to the largest server. A range of skills and on-the-job learning is required to solve problems as they appear.
What should a support engineer know?
Knowledge of cloud platforms, Active Directory, Windows Server, some understanding of routing and switching protocols and VMWare virtualisation.
What is the average rate for a support developer?
Depending on area, and LynxPro deals mostly with 3rd Line support engineers, rate of pay would be between £350 and £400.