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Job Summary

  • Systems Administrator

  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Location: Winchester
  • Sector: Infrastructure & IT
  • Salary: GBP £34,391 to £36,417
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Technologies: Systems Administrator VMware Microsoft Server Windows Winchester hampshire
  • Reference: P240201SA

Systems Administrator

Posted Wednesday, 01 May 2024

Endeavour Recruitment has an excellent permanent position for a Systems Administrator to join a dynamic team based in Winchester.

Work environment:

To work as a member of the IT Services team, working with and reporting to the Head and Assistant Head of IT Services to analyse, design, implement, maintain, and support IT infrastructure. 

The environment has an extensive wired and wireless network covering many buildings, consisting of more than 3000 PCs, laptops, Chromebooks and 120 servers. PCs all run Windows, whilst the servers run a mixture of VMware, Microsoft Server, and Linux OSs.


Analyse, design, implement, maintain, and support the IT infrastructure – including:

  • Desktop and server applications
  • Desktop and server endpoint security systems
  • Desktop and server OS
  • Deployment of desktops, physical and virtual servers
  • Network services, firewall, switches, wireless and network access control.
  • Network storage and backup.
  • Cloud services
  • System and network analysis, vulnerability scanning, health monitoring and logging services.
  • To act as higher-tier support to the team of IT Technicians, however excellent customer service skills are required as you will be supporting internal and external members.
  • Work with the Head of IT Services to develop IT systems, policies, and good practice.
  • Keep abreast of IT trends, and how they will impact the environment.
  • Ensuring that tasks above are well documented and filed.
  • Producing training materials for users as required.
  • Be willing and able to carry out all the tasks expected of the IT technicians.
  • Conforming to legal requirements, e.g. Data Protection Act, Abuse of Computers Act, and software licensing agreements, and encouraging other users to do the same.
  • Undertaking training as required.
  • Prioritising the safeguarding and participating in training on safeguarding matters.
  • Contributing to the elimination of unlawful discrimination, harassment, and victimisation; advancing equality of opportunity and fostering good relations between people who share a protected characteristic and those who do not.
  • Any other duties that may be reasonably required.

Are you looking for an enjoyable, varied role?  Please get in touch for further details!

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