Working as a Graduate Systems Engineer, you will be delivering the hardware and software platforms for various automation systems and services, engineering projects in the Energy Industries in the UK, providing hands on support to our projects.
You will be joining a team working with operational technology, the hardware and software that detects or causes a change, through the direct monitoring and/or control of industrial equipment, assets, processes and events.
Let’s write the future. Together.
Reporting to the Engineering Section Manager, you will implement hands on technical solutions in various phases of customer projects to ensure successful delivery of project deliverables on time, within budget and in line with quality and safety guidelines.
A high level of self-motivation, curiosity and desire to learn about new technologies.
Sound practical knowledge of IT foundations: Operating Systems, Networks, Cybersecurity principles.
A bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Networks Engineering, Systems Engineering, Computer Science, or similar STEM foundations.
VMware vSphere virtualisation knowledge.
Advance Microsoft Windows Domain Management knowledge.
Knowledge and experience configuring Group Policy Management.
Knowledge and experience configuring Anti Virus. McAfee Policy Orchestrator.
Knowledge and experience configuring Windows Security Updates.
Knowledge and experience configuring disaster recovery software Acronis/Macrium/Veem Backup).
Pension with matched company contribution
25 days' holiday
Employee Share Acquisition Plan
Additional flexible benefits (cycle to work/dental/health plans/critical illness etc)
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