Service Desk (TS/SCI Clearance FS Poly)

Hewlett Packard Enterprise – Enterprise Services (HPE ES) is a leading global technology services provider delivering out sourcing services and business solutions to clients around the world. HPE ES founded the information technology outsourcing industry nearly a half-century ago and today delivers one of the industry’s broadest portfolios of information technology, applications and business process outsourcing services available on the market today.

Responds to internal and external IT Service Requests for IT service on both Unix and

NT servers. Provides user notification of receipt of Web- or email-submitted requests. Logs and tracks inquiries using service request management database, and maintains history records and related documentation. Promptly categorizes, generates, routes and escalates, when necessary, customer requests that are escalated beyond the ITSC area of responsibility. This position will include account creation, modification, and deletion responsibilities.

Governments turn to Hewlett Packard Enterprise for the mission-focused experience to help reduce costs, streamline processes and operate more efficiently, while improving the quality and value of the services they provide. Our deep experience in the public and private sectors has enabled us to deliver substantial results for a variety of government organizations.

Experience and Qualifications:

In addition, position requires a minimum of 3 years of experience with background in Microsoft Office applications to include Outlook, Word, and Excel.

Experience in ticket management system like Remedy is a plus. Unix experience is not required, but is a plus.


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