The Royal Albert Hall is one of the world’s most recognisable and best loved entertainment venues with an unrivalled history of world-class artists and performances. Each year it hosts around 380 events a year on its main stage including the BBC Proms, rock and pop concerts, opera, ballet, circus, film premieres and award ceremonies. The Hall is owned and operated as a registered charity without revenue funding from central or local government and has as its objectives promoting the Arts and Sciences and maintaining the building.
Morgan Law are delighted to be partnering with the Royal Albert Hall in their search for a skilled Systems Engineer to join their infrastructure team.
Reporting directly to the Senior Systems Engineer, you will support the Hall’s IT systems and infrastructure, by tackling escalated service desk tickets and by assisting with the implementation and maintenance of several key infrastructure projects. These are set to include but not be limited to Hardware/Software upgrades, evaluation/implementation of new technology and data & systems security upgrades.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a revered Arts organisation, contributing to their continued success and becoming a part of their efforts at a time when they fast approach their historic bicentennial anniversary.
Responsibilities• Work closely with Senior Systems Engineer in the planning and delivery of several major infrastructure projects
• Contribute to maintenance and management of the server and storage infrastructure
• Provide 2nd/3rd Line support for issues escalated from the Service Desk
• Create and maintain software deployments and updates for clients using SCCM
Qualifications/experience required• Experience working within a Windows Server/Office365 environment
• Experience working within a networked environment, including familiarity with DNS, DHCP, VLANs and firewalls
• Experience of Active Directory management, including Group Policies administration, SSL certificates and PowerShell scripting
• A strong understanding of virtualisation concepts, storage systems (ISCSI) and use of VMware/HyperV