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Linux / Windows Support Specialist, London, c£35,000, Linux, Perl Job

This company is a market-leader in the provision of software and related services to international financial markets. They presently have an exciting opportunity for a high-calibre Support Specialist to provide 1st, 2nd and some 3rd line Technical Support. You will be required to work autonomously and will have very strong multi-tasking capabilities with superior time management skills. Experience in the following is required: . Linux or Unix OS . Perl Scripting . Excellent analytical skills . Good client-facing and communication skills . Windows Servers Clustering . Ability to translate technical information into business-centric language . Technical writing and documenting . Solid networking skills (multi-network environments), LAN / WAN, Cisco and Firewalls To apply for this role please send your CV and salary expectations to neilnavigationrecruitment For a list of all our vacancies, please visit us at: navigationrecruitment Linux / Windows Support Specialist, London, c£35,000, Linux, Perl
Salary: 32000 Per Annum
Reference: NA01390
Location: Europe,United Kingdom,London,ALL
Additional keywords: Linux / Windows Support Specialist, London, c£35,000, Linux, Perl

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