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Application Support Engineer
 
Title: Application Support Engineer
Category: IT/Software Development
Job type: Contract
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £250.00 - £300.00
Salary per: day
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Description:
Application Support Engineer - Contract - London

Square One are looking for an Application Support Engineer to come on board for an initial 12 month contract in London.

This is an initial 12 month contract, paying £250-300pd

Working directly with the Client Collaboration team in support of the Client Google G-Suite implementation and surrounding technologies.

Key Skills:

? Google Drive (Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Sites)

? File Stream

? Google Admin

? Google Mail and Vault

? Google Team Drives

Beneficial Skills:

? SPAM Filtering

? Mail routing

? DKIM/DMARC

? Active Directory

? Front End / User experience

? AppScript/JavaScript

? Google AppMaker

? Data Analysis

? Google Cloud Platform Technologies

? Big Query

? Data Studio

This is an initial 12 month contract, paying £250-300pd

Application Support Engineer - Contract - London

If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply now with your updated CV in word/PDF format.

Notwithstanding any guidelines given to level of experience sought, we will consider candidates from outside this range if they can demonstrate the necessary competencies.

Square One is acting as both an employment agency and an employment business, and is an equal opportunities recruitment business. Square One embraces diversity and will treat everyone equally: Please see our website for our full diversity statement.
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