- Location: 15 Craw Road, Paisley, PA2 6AD
- Salary: £24,670.00 - £30,742.00 per year
- Contract Type: Permanent
- Position Type: Full Time
- Hours: 37.5 hours per week
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ICT Systems Support Technician
AfC Band 5, £24,670 - £30,742
We are currently looking to recruit an ICT Systems Support Technician to work as part of our Systems Support Team.
The post holder is required to have an in-depth specialist knowledge of the following ICT Systems, some of which are completely bespoke to the Ambulance Service, operating in a 24/7 environment, combined with a minimum of four years practical experience of the following:-
- MS DOS/Powershell, Windows XP/7/8/10 OS, Windows 2003/2008/2012 Server, Windows 2008/2014 SQL Server, Windows Remote Services, and Windows Intranet Information Server.
- The configuration of computer hardware and installation and configuration of commercial and bespoke software applications, including mobile data devices, and Mobile Telephones.
- Supporting a range of modern Print Technologies;
- Computer Aided Dispatch Systems operating on a 24/7 basis in an Emergency Service Environment;
- Distributed Patient Transport Management Systems;
- Priority Based Medical Dispatch Software;
- Graphical Information Systems;
- Automatic Vehicle Location Systems;
- Relational Databases;
- Disk Array Storage Systems;
- Database Replication Software;
- Network Storage and Backup Utility Software;
- Intranet and Internet based application software and Communication Protocols;
- Mobile Data Application Software and Communication Protocols
- N3/SWAN Circuit / Voice over IP Protocols
The post will be based within one of our control rooms at Cardonald although the role may involve significant travel throughout Scotland and overnight stays.
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