ABIG Jr. IT Support Officer (Location Burayu) Jobs in Ethiopia
ABIG Jr. IT Support Officer (Location Burayu) Jobs in EthiopiaJob DescriptionJob PurposeThe role of the Junior IT support officer is to assist employees who are experiencing any procedural or operating difficulty with the use of IT applications, products or services.
Duties & Responsibilities
Be present and visible in the Help Desk and available to users requiring to provide technical assistance;
Learn fundamental operations of commonly used software, hardware, and other equipment;
Respond to requests for technical assistance in person, via phone, electronically;
Diagnose and resolve technical hardware and software issues;
Assures system stability and security;
Analyzes problems and implement solutions according to relevant procedures;
Resolves and repairs problems within scope of authority
Installs and configures hardware like printer, scanner, UPS, Photocopy Machine, Modem, Network card, applications software etc;
Provide accurate information on IT products or services.
Give remote support to users. (telephone , skype for business or TeamViewer)
Assist with onboarding of new users
Prioritizing and managing many IT support open cases at a time.
Performs Other duties as assigned or required
Education & Experience
BSc in Information Technology, Computer Science or related of fields
1 year of experience in Information
Organization and efficiency
Problem solving skills
How to Apply
Only candidates meeting the required qualifications are invited to send their application letter and Updated CV
(WITHOUT ANY SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS AT THIS STAGE) through the following address:
e-mail: email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)and/or through www.ethiojobs.net
Please mention the specific Position you are applying for on the subject line of your email, candidates who do not follow the application instruction will not be considered.
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