Job Title

Senior IT Administrator

Required Skills

Job Description

Company Introduction

Our client is a technology service provider catering specifically to the needs of the transport sector.

Job Responsibilities and Duties

  • Configure, monitor, and maintain the company's IT infrastructure to make sure it is running smoothly;
  • Set up accounts and workstations;
  • Install new software and upgrade computer systems across the company;
  • Ensure that the company's alerting systems are in place to prevent/reduce downtimes;
  • Perform quality tests and hardware troubleshooting on the company's hardware;
  • Ensure regular and proper backups of data; 
  • Maintain Firewalls and educate colleagues on how to increase their digital security;
  • Liase with suppliers to keep up to date with technology and to increase efficiency for the users;
  • Be the point of contact for the employees with day to day support issues related to the system network;
  • Build internal technical documentation and user guides;
  • Prepare reports;
  • Liaise with Data Protection Officer;
  • Liaise with Auditors on IT matters and security.


  • Hold a diploma or degree in Computer Science or Information Technology or relevant experience in the field of IT operations/administration;
  • Experience in troubleshooting computer software, hardware, and internet applications and networks;
  • Experience with networks (LAN, WAN) and patch management;
  • Experience in firewall software and devices;
  • Knowledge in system security  and data backup/recovery;
  • Knowledge of Windows and Linux Technologies in setting up site-to-site networks;
  • Excellent spoken and written English;
  • Knowledge in virtualization technologies such as VMware.

Personal Skills

  • Be Analytical and have creative problem-solving abilities;
  • Have excellent communication skills;
  • Be a team player;
  • Have leadership skills;

Recruitment Team Leader

Sectors Finance, Legal & Compliance, Risk & Fraud


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