An IT Administrator provides admin support of an IT nature. This can include as we all know administration but will also cross over to a support type roleand depending on how well versed you are in IT as to how much you know about computers and can help people calling or coming to see you with the issues that they have.
If you have a keen interest in IT and are organised in your work then this could be a good role for you to develop further into IT whilst doing on the job learning.
If you are in the process of applying for a job, please see the below CV example which you can use as a guide: You can simply go through our support worker CV example and design the best CV for yourself.
IT Administrator CV Example
I have always had a keen interest in computers from an early age and combined with my strong administration skills, I feel that I have chosen a good career choice. I work well to tight deadlines and feel that I have excellent time management skills.
I have excellent typing skills, can communicate effectively with all levels of personnel and am confident in my work and self motivated. I have some basic skills in IT and can build computers and deal with some support problems such as setting up a computer for a new starter, emails etc.
I have a technical mind as well as a very organized mind and I like to ensure that I complete my work on time and efficiently in order to provide the right level of support to my team.
Date to Date or To Date – IT Administrator – Where?
In my role as IT Administrator, I provide support of an IT and administrative nature to my colleagues in the IT department. My responsibilities include:
Take support calls and address or pass them onto the relevant person to deal with
Ensuring that parts and products are ordered and best price gained through researching
Send out to stores any equipment they are waiting for
Take calls from the stores and address as necessary
General IT support problems that I can assist with
Training and development through on the job training
University, College, School – For all include titles/subjects and qualifications.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Computer skills – MS Office, Excel??? Balance your administrative skills with your IT skills and list what you can do and anything that you are learning to do or looking to learn to do.
HOBBIES & INTERESTS
What do you like to do outside of work?
Available on request.
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