IT Support Engineer
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The IT Support Engineer is a key individual in supporting end user and systems in one or more specific geographic locations. This individual is responsible for evaluating, classifying, investigating, and resolving problems and providing support related to IT client and system issues with hardware, software, networks, peripheral devices, and applications in the local geography. This individual gathers information from IT clients and troubleshoots and resolves issues, engaging colleagues as needed, or escalating requests.
This individual supports systems and applications that may be unique to their assigned location or a global IT standard application or system. The IT Support Engineer also takes proactive actions to prevent IT related issues and acts as key team member on global IT projects. This individual assists in supporting the global network by performing specific tasks to help maintain the network infrastructure and platform operating systems and to help ensure network performance locally.
The IT Support Engineer enables and supports global Cybersecurity and IT Risk Management activities. This individual is a vital part of the management of remediation activities identified by the Security Group, ensures identity and cloud security controls are deployed as defined, and ensures local and global compliance and regulations are followed. The IT Support Engineer assists resiliency efforts and responds to security incidents to reduce disruptions on the business operation, as well as champions cybersecurity awareness training and proper communication to the user community.
The IT Support Engineer helps mentor more junior IT support engineers globally, participates in the Global Engineering Community of Practice, and contributes to the improvements to IT support engineering standards, processes, and practices of C&D.
Role Accountabilities and Responsibilities
Creates a positive IT service experience and builds strong relationships through diagnosis and timely resolution or escalation of problems/issues, communicating promptly on progress, and handling IT clients with a professional attitude.
Acts as the first point of contact for local business technology operating issues, problems, requests, and enhancements, ensures that items are logged, engages other support staff or outside vendors to resolve or escalate, and follows up through C&D Solution Center to ensure resolution
Installs, configures, tests, maintains, monitors, and troubleshoots IT equipment and related software to deliver a delightful IT support experience; coordinates with outside vendors to ensure service levels
Monitors IT Services for availability and service performance and manages local data center services; manages local 3rd party suppliers to ensure service levels are met
Analyzes trends in issues and identifies common elements, reporting and escalating as appropriate
Provides after hours and on-call support as needed
Assists the Network Services Group to support the local and global networks by performing specific tasks to help monitor and maintain the infrastructure and platform operating systems, address local network issues, and to help ensure network performance locally
Maintains asset inventory and updates the Asset Management Data Base (AMDB) and Configuration Management Database (CMDB)
Provides insight and best practices and works with the global IT support team and C&D IT service suppliers to identify areas for continuous improvement in C&D's IT Service Delivery Operating model
Works within local and global project teams to ensure smooth deployment of projects and successful hand-over to the support teams
Supports C&D cybersecurity, security operations, vulnerability, and threat management programs.
Participates in scanning and remediation activities and incident response investigations.
Responds to endpoint analysis & monitoring and performs corrective remediation duties
Assists in partnering with Global Information Technology and Business Continuity teams in the execution and testing of disaster recovery plans
Works on IT compliance activities for SOX, PCI, HIPAA and FDA to understand GDPR, CCPA and any newer regulations and applicable laws
Participates in the Engineering Community of Practice to share with peers and improve practices
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in Computer Science, Business, or Engineering or equivalent work experience is required
3 to 5+ years of Information Systems experience managing or supporting hardware and software technologies and resources both in an operational and project environment
Knowledge of IT Service Desk operations; ticketing systems, incident, change management and request classification, remote control tools and monitoring tools
Basic understanding of network systems, protocols, and standards such as Ethernet, LAN, WAN, SD-WAN, (frame relay, MPLS) xDSL, TCP/IP, ATM, T1, 802.11x, etc.
Understanding of hardware and software troubleshooting methodologies
Hands-on hardware troubleshooting or deskside support experience
Knowledge of applicable local country data privacy practices and laws preferred
Experience in help desk, deskside support, or related field
Certifications in IT Support, Hardware and Software topics preferred
Skills at the designated proficiency level as indicated below in the skills model
Ability to travel (< or = to 25%)
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