Amazon's IT Services Central Support is the first point of contact for technical support service requests. Our IT Support Technician spends their day fielding incoming support chats, calls and online requests on behalf of Amazon Corporate and its subsidiary employees worldwide.
The successful IT Support Technician will be customer focused and motivated by team success. You will be innovative, energetic, and able to adapt to new processes and procedures quickly while dealing with a high volume of requests. You will also be committed, flexible, and have demonstrated ability to maintain high levels of productivity while maintaining quality support.
Provides comprehensive technical support to Amazon Corporate employees worldwide.
Research, resolve, and respond to inquiries received via web chat, telephone calls, email, ticketing system, all in a timely manner, in accordance with team standards.
Diagnose and troubleshoots end user computing problems including analyzing the problem, identification of appropriate resources, testing of proposed fixes and follow-up to ensure the problem has been resolved.
Creates and submits detailed call logs documenting customer interactions that are accurate, thorough, and timely.
Informs customer of needed repairs and answers basic questions. Ensures that customer understands and is satisfied with work completed.
Follow all standard operating procedures (SOP) through the effective use of Knowledge management.
Manage a case count between 15-25 tickets.
Acquire and maintain current knowledge of relevant support policies in order to provide technically accurate solutions to users.
Assists with activities to triage and escalate any system or network outage to reduce downtime.
Associate in Computer Science or related field or experience equivalent.
1+ years of experience in help-desk or desk-side support environment
Must have knowledge in Microsoft Windows 10 and additionally one or more of the following: Mac OS X, Linux.
Strong verbal and written skills proven ability to communicate with technical and non-technical staff
Ability to work both independently and within a team environment
Display a commitment to quality and strong multi-tasking skills
Adherence to shift schedules and timeliness are key requirements
Willingness to work flexible shifts and scheduling, weekends, and holidays
Bachelor's degree in Computer science or IT related field.
Microsoft MCSE, MCITP Systems Administrator (Active Directory)
Advanced Linux systems administration skills
Strong troubleshooting skills of very complex systems
Ability to explain complex IT concepts in simple terms
ITIL Foundation Certification
Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age.