Junior Service Desk Analyst / York / £25,000

Reference: EISM_1656001649 Date Posted: 23.06.22

Junior Service Desk Analyst / York / £25,000

Are you a Junior Service Desk Analyst (or hoping to begin a career in the IT sector) looking for an opportunity to join a software company in who work with global companies?

Corecom Consulting are working with a market-leading software company who work with global companies to implement people risk strategies. Our client has a strong focus on empowering employees and you'll have opportunities to join training schemes and individual one-to-one coaching programs to develop your own knowledge and skill set.

What can you look forward to?

  • Training schemes and one-to-one coaching programs - and opportunities to pave a career in IT
  • Flexible and hybrid working arrangements
  • Opportunities to work on projects with teams across the company
  • input into the new benefits package which is currently being reworked
  • Private medical insurance

What will we need from you?

  • Customer service experience

As a Service Desk Analyst, you'll be joining the Support Team to help on-board new clients, maintain ticket reports, and have the opportunity to work on new products.

The successful applicant can expect to earn up to £25,000 per annum.

Please submit your CV to be considered for interviews next week.

"At Corecom, we don't just accept differences, we celebrate them and thrive on them for the benefit of our employees, our clients and our candidates. Internally, we thrive from our difference and want our employees to be proud to be themselves and proud to be Corecom. Externally, we utilise those differences to help our clients and candidate strive for a more diverse and inclusive world."

Junior Service Desk Analyst / York / £25,000

Job location:
York, North Yorkshire
£20000 - £25000 per annum
Salary per:
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Job industry:
Business Analysis
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