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IT Engineer - Purfleet

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IT Engineer (Purfleet)

CLdN is one of Europe’s leading multimodal logistics providers, composed of three vertically integrated business activities: CLdN RoRo operates more than 20 modern RoRo vessels offering more than 130 sailings per week between the ports of Zeebrugge, Rotterdam, London, Killingholme, Liverpool, Dublin, Cork, Gothenburg, Esbjerg, Santander and Porto. CLdN Cargo owns a fleet of 4500 trailers and 45ft containers and provides door-to-door logistics services, including European full-load transport, freight forwarding and freight management. CLdN Ports owns and operates RoRo ports in England, the Netherlands and Belgium. The roots of the CLdN Group date back to 1928. Headquartered in Luxembourg, the Group today employs close to 3,000 people.


CLdN Ports are looking to recruit an IT Engineer to work within the IT Department of our busy and expanding Ro-Ro Terminal in Purfleet . The ideal candidate will have experience in a similar role.


Job description 

  • To provide local and remote support for all network users.
  • To provide IT support for all UK sites and vessels network infrastructure including:
    • Maintenance and installation on the wireless and fibre infrastructure
    • PC’s and associated IT equipment
    • All software packages used on company systems.
    • CCTV and Access Control Systems
  • Administration of bespoke IT systems.
  • Dealing with Suppliers and Contractors.
  • Installation and configuration of CCTV equipment.
  • Provide on call out of hours support when required by the call out rota.
  • To work closely with the Assistant IT Manager to ensure the successful roll out of projects.
  • Provide advice and assistance to other members of the IT team.
  • Working at heights where required.
  • Completion and implementation of assigned work within time constraints.
  • Follow and maintain best practices and adhering to health and safety policies.
  • To carry out any other duties within your capability as and when required.

Your profile

  • It is important that you have a good work ethic & are a team player 
  • It is essential you can organise your workload utilising effective time management, with a good knowledge of Health and Safety 
  • You will have good interpersonal and communication skills 
  • You must be a self-motivated individual, able to work on own initiative with a pro-active approach towards problem solving
  • You must be able to work at heights
  • A flexible approach to work is necessary as you will be expected to cover when required
  • You must also be willing to work to a flexible timetable to meet the changing patterns of work, which could include working at other Ports within the UK and Europe
  • Willing to undertake further training as required


Our offer 

  • Competitive Salary 
  • Company Pension Scheme
  • Life Assurance Cover