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Sr Desktop Support Tech Job In Baltimore, Maryland, Excell

Published 2022-08-06
Expires 2022-09-06
ID #1117046830
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Sr Desktop Support Tech Job In Baltimore, Maryland, Excell
United States, Maryland, Baltimore,
Published August 6, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Sr desktop support tech


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has been staffing IT professionals at the top Fortune 100 companies for over two decades. Whether you are looking for a lower-level IT position or a high-level executive position, we are here to help you find the right opportunity.



 



Our client is currently seeking a talented Sr. Desktop Support Technician to join their team onsite at Baltimore, MD. The ideal candidate must have experience with ticketing systems and handheld device support as well as excellent customer service skills.



Scope of Activity and Responsibilities:



Provide desktop / walk-up end user support on-site



Provide personal computer (PC) support and lifecycle



Provide hardware break / fix on laptops and desktops



Troubleshoot Windows 10 issues



PC lifecycle activities focused on shop floor and engineering users- installation, move, add, change (each an "IMAC”)



Post imaging PC setup support



Install local site applications and configure machine so that it is ready to be deployed to its end use case



Data transfers



Assist end users with data transfer activities during PC change activities



Connectivity and configuration support for network, print / scan / fax



Software support for operating system ("OS”) troubleshooting and reloading of core load images (may include data transfer)



Software support for client's core image and additional approved software identified



Support local site applications and core manufacturing / engineering applications



Support desktop configuration, software installs and removals, de-installs, driver updates, and virus remediation



Modify standard PC image as needed to meet the client requirement



 



Physical Server Support:



Hands and eyes server support



Assist with resolution of connectivity problems for client end users



Provided "hands and eyes” assistance with audio-visual equipment located in customer offices, meeting rooms and training facilities



Provide "hands and eyes" for other client providers as necessary to perform physical tasks such as software upgrades, physical swaps, and reboots under their guidance



Assist with PC connectivity and configuration of audio-visual equipment, troubleshooting and testing the equipment and configuration settings, as directed by client or its designated service providers



Minor maintenance including bulb replacement



Fax machines



Hands and eyes assistance with hardware repairs as directed by client or its authorized service providers



Printers:



Assist with printer troubleshooting and resolution of basic issues such as paper jams, toner replacement, and basic configuration issues



Assist client's facilities team and client designated service providers to provide printer maintenance



 



Conference Room:



Assist client’s facilities team and external vendors as directed by client to provide conference room maintenance, including PCs, phones, and audio-visual equipment



Assist with technology equipment used in manufacturing environments including non-standard PCs, PCs connected to manufacturing equipment, thin clients, legacy operating systems, barcode readers, desktop, label, and barcode printers



“Hands and eyes” for client NAS equipment for configuration or equipment replacement or repair as directed by client



 



Site Disaster Prep & Recovery:



Assist sites in preparing their information technology ("IT”) infrastructure for impending natural disasters, for example, back up data, shut down equipment per provided policies



Identify and rectify connectivity problems for existing users, including issues that arise during client's IMAC activities



Identify and rectify telephone service delivery issues, both configuration and hardware related, engaging third party maintenance providers and client staff as reasonably required and approved by client



 



 



 



Full COVID-19 vaccination may be required.



 



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    Manufacturing is the production of merchandise for use or sale using labour and machines, tools, chemical and biological processing, or formulation. The term may refer to a range of human activity, from handicraft to high tech, but is most commonly applied to industrial production, in which raw materials are transformed into finished goods on a large scale. Such finished goods may be sold to other manufacturers for the production of other, more complex products, such as aircraft, household appliances, furniture, sports equipment or automobiles, or sold to wholesalers, who in turn sell them to retailers, who then sell them to end users and consumers.


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