What does the job include?
Our fleet of laptops, desktops, phones, meeting room and network infrastructure will be your domain. Your responsibility is to make sure that these keep functioning. You will be IT’s main contact point about office infrastructure issues, resolve what you can, and get the right person to resolve the ones you cannot.
We have a mix of Windows, Linux, and Mac laptops managed using Puppet and Ansible. None of us knows everything about all of these, but all of us together are very knowledgeable about them.
What are we looking for in our Junior IT Help Desk Technician?
An organised, helpful, and positive attitude towards helping people is the main thing you will need. We do not expect you to be an instant expert, but you have to be willing and able to find solutions, both independently and with the help of the rest of the IT team. The job is part time job, about 15-20 hours/week. You can definitely combine this with your studies.
What do we offer?
A wide variety of challenges, an opportunity to learn about many things, and experts to learn from. An opportunity to lay down the foundation of your IT career, with options to branch out into the IT infrastructure that keep our robots going, or DevOps tasks for our software team.
When can you start? We are ready to have you on board, right after the summer holidays.
Interested? Apply by sending an application and CV by 31.7.2019. We are enjoying our summer holidays and there might be delays in responses. We will get back to you in August!
ZenRobotics Ltd is a global leader in intelligent robotic recycling. We provide a solution to the world’s waste crisis with AI-based sorting robots that make recycling more efficient, accurate and profitable. Our robots, powered by our very own AI solution, work tirelessly for customers around the world.
As a company, ZenRobotics Ltd stands right at the intersection of two global megatrends: the revolution of smart robotics technology and the global need for ecological efficiency to fight the waste crisis. AI-based robots disrupt the entire waste recycling industry.