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Service Desk Analyst

Computershare

MA

Service Desk Analyst

Computershare

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£16,000 per year Edinburgh Full-time (37.5 Hours) QA Apprenticeships 21/11/2019 SCQF level 6/7

Job overview

Computershare prides itself on being a professional organisation; renowned for its expertise in high integrity data management and stakeholder engagement, as well as for the work we do to make a difference in our respective industries.

Our success stems from developing group-wide services and capabilities to meet our clients' broad business objectives, and delivering value by removing barriers that hinder efficient stakeholder servicing.

Computershare Technology Services (CTS) provides global technology and infrastructure services for existing Computershare proprietary software together with a full range of development services for new products.

The 24/7 Global Service Centre is responsible for managing all first line service and support tasks for our customers across the globe and ensuring business critical systems remain available at all times.

Ensuring that customer experience is paramount at all times, the Service Desk function is responsible for logging all incidents and requests, including categorisation, prioritisation and where possible providing a first contact resolution. Analysts must develop a strong knowledge of all tasks associated with the role.

As a graduate of the Academy, the Apprentice Analyst will be assigned a mentor. Together they will focus on preparing the trainee for a job as a self-sufficient Apprentice Analyst through shadowing, training and increasing the trainee’s service knowledge.

PLEASE NOTE: CANDIDATES MUST BE AGED 18+ AS YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO WORK 12 HOUR SHIFTS

What will I learn?

With a focus on building knowledge and experience, and under the instruction of a mentor:

• Respond to customer queries and requests via a number of methods including phone, email and support tickets.
• Provide First Contact Resolution (FCR) whenever possible using the knowledge base and other tools at your disposal.
• Contribute to the team’s Continual Service Improvement objectives; Identify repeat incidents and highlight potential process improvements.
• Complete user access requests, software installs and local hardware requests.
• Build and maintain good working relationships with all teams across the organisation.
• Ensure that all procedures and documentation are kept current, and that any amendments are communicated to the team.
• Meet goals and KPIs as set by the line manager.
• Ensure that all work carried out by the Global Service Centre adheres to internal and external audit requirements, business regulations, and service level agreements.

What qualification or qualities are required?

• Professional and courteous telephone manner.
• Willingness to work flexible hours / shifts.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills.
• Experience of working in a team.
• Able to learn new technologies and work in a technical environment.
• Able to follow set processes & procedures and highlight potential improvements.
• Able to troubleshoot hardware/software/network issues.
• Able to perform software and hardware installations.
• Understanding of ITIL Framework and best practice.
• Understanding of Microsoft tools and systems.


As an employee of Computershare you must always:
• act with integrity
• act with due skill, care and diligence
• be open and cooperative with the FCA, the PRA and other regulators
• pay due regards to the interests of the customers and treat them fairly
• observe proper standards of market conduct
• complete all mandatory, regulatory training and assessments when notified to do so but the company

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