Help Desk Anst Sr

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This position will serve as a Senior Service Desk Support at Dulles North in Sterling. The position will work as first-line System Administrators providing remote support of IT assets. This Service Desk position will perform troubleshooting of all desktop initiative user issues to include issues received by phone call, email & ticket transfer. Senior Service Desk personnel will work with System Administrators, customers, and other Operations staff to help resolve issues. The position will require documentation of the incident in the ITSM (Information Technology Service Management) ticketing system.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Mentor, train, and support junior Service Desk Administrators
  • Write initial and update existing Service Desk documentation
  • Troubleshoot, document and, if unable to resolve, transfer incident to Desktop Initiative Tier II or back to the appropriate customer Service Center (as appropriate)
  • Resolving a wide range of system issues, troubleshooting software, hardware, and network issues
  • Flexibility and the desire to learn on the fly is a must
  • Excellent written & communication skills

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