Trainee Network Engineer (Field Based)
We’re looking for a Trainee Network Engineer to travel Southern England deploying our exciting new hosted business phone to customers. You’ll learn and understand obstacles as they arise and train customers on how to use the product in person.
Ideally you’ll have a background in IT Networking (routers, switches etc) or experience installing PC Hardware onsite or a background in IT Support (1st line support, helpdesk analyst etc).
You’ll be working face-to-face with customers so communicating clearly with a high level of energy and enthusiasm will be needed. You’ll need to explain information clearly and patiently to customers in a professional manner and due to the nature of the job you’ll travel daily across the Southern regions of the UK so you need a current UK driving licence.
Apply today and on top of great training you could enjoy:
£20,000 - £24,000 basic salary (depending on experience) + overtime of up to £5,000 per annum
Company vehicle / fuel card / £10 weekly coffee card
24 days holiday + bank holidays which increase with longevity of service
Pension, death In service and income protection
Private healthcare, after a year of service
Refer a friend scheme
Company wide incentives including free lunches, £500 vouchers and more
Working for the 1st placed company in The Sunday Times Best Company to Work For. We were voted top for leadership, well being, fair deal, giving something back and the connection staff have with the company
What is it like to work here?
We came 1st the Sunday Times best Company to work for 2017. We were scored on a number of things including 1st for: Leadership, wellbeing, fair deal, giving something back and the connection staff have with the company.
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