A position exists for an apprentice to join Haskel Europe Limited in the IT department. You will have a keen interest in computers and will be trained on how to support a Windows desktop environment. You will also get involved with projects relating to the ERP system, site upgrades, cabling and networking.
- Basic windows knowledge or above
- Interest in permissions
- Interest in networking
- Interest in databases
- Self motivating
- Driven to learn
- Ability to work unaided
- Communication skills are key as you will be interfacing with 100+ users of various different personalities and skills.
GCSE grade 9-4 (A* – C) in English, Maths and Information Technology
Full time employment supporting the expanding PST division of businesses within the UK. Primary site Haskel Sunderland. The role is provided with a view to full time employment as a Field Service Technicianproviding a wide range of IT support to the userbase and working witheth specialist towers such as networking, email etc when required. Opportunities are not limited to this path and anyway who shows interest and acumen in databases and learning the ERP system of the company will be given the chance to take on an analyst role. This skillset is above and beyond the expected base level of the role.
- Long period working on computers
30 minutes lunch break, generally taken anywhere between 12 and 1.30pm
1 to 1.5 days remote learning via Teams. Rest of week spent at the facility on the job.
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