Service Desk Analyst

Recruiter
NGeneration
Location
West Midlands
Salary
Competitive
Posted
13 Sep 2017
Expires
11 Oct 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
One of the UK's leading independent IT service and software solution providers to the UK Corporate Hospitality market, our Customers are groups including include pubs, clubs, restaurants and hotels. We are currently seeking an enthusiastic Service Desk Analyst to join our dynamic and expanding team. You will be responsible for ensuring that all Customer calls are answered promptly and Handled Professionally. In conjunction with this, you'll be required to complete Detailed and Accurate call records, leading to Fault Analysis and Resolution. Main Responsibilities First point of contact for nGeneration Clients Provide 1st Line diagnosis and resolution Logging incidents and service requests from customers received via telephone, email and customer portal and process accordingly To provide an excellent customer service and value to end users Ensure customers are kept updated on progress of tickets Prioritisation and management of workload and tasks, working within contractual Service Level Agreements Work in accordance to company policies, procedures and standards Update and share knowledge gained Working to own initiative within a Strong Team Essential Skills Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) An understanding of Network Structure and Configuration A basic understanding of Database Structures Knowledge of Computer Hardware and Windows XP/Vista/7 desktop support Outstanding problem solving skills Desired Experience but none Essential Previous Experience of working within the Retail/Hospitality Sector Previous Experience of working with Epos Systems - Not essential as Training will be supplied Able to demonstrate a "Can Do" attitude being willing to go the 'extra mile in helping solve client issues This role will be office based on a shift rota basis, these shifts ensure that our Service Desk is covered from 07.00am to 02.30am inclusive of weekends and bank holidays.