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Bradford, Yorkshire and the Humber
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Date Posted:
08 March 2018
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Job Title: Graduate Technical Support Analyst
Location: Bradford
Salary: £22,000 (£24K OTE)
Sector: Tech

A renowned specialist enterprise is looking for ambitious graduates from a STEM related discipline to become Graduate Support Analysts!

As a Graduate Technical Support Analyst, the successful candidate will have a technical footing, which will be embellished by supplemental internal training. An exciting role within technical consulting, you’ll provide 1st line customer support, as well as analysing and managing data. The role paves the way for numerous avenues of progression! You will create and develop high-level business relationships both internally and externally using a consultative approach and your technical expertise.

A comprehensive benefits package awaits the successful candidate!  A starting salary of £22,000 excellent scope for progression and a welcoming working culture with regular socials are all offered by the company!

Benefits/What you get:
  • A competitive basic salary of £22,000
  • Y1 OTE of £24K
  • Laptop
  • Regular socials in an inclusive culture
  • Full bespoke training
  • Excellent scope for progression
  • Lucrative bonus/incentive schemes
  • Educated to degree level in a Scientific, Technological, Engineering or Mathematical discipline
  • Driven and ambitious
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Enthusiastic
  • Fantastic interpersonal/communication skills
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