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Job ID
Posting Date
Mill Computer Support Ltd
UK-WA-St Asaph
Computer/IT services
Job type
Full time
Career level
Education Level
GCSE / Scottish or equivalent
3.50 - 7.50  per hour
Job reference code

Mill Computer Support Ltd

IT Technician Apprenticeship

Job description

Job title:

IT Technician Apprenticeship

Reports to:

Senior Technicians


Mill Computer Care

Hours of work:

26 - 28 hours per week



This is a position for an IT Technician Apprenticeship.

Provide IT support to customers of and ensuring systems are maintained and supported to the highest standards. Work will be undertaken in accordance with service level agreements and as required by the directors. Ensure that all support calls and requests are dealt with appropriately and in accordance with policies and procedures. Provide onsite service to install, setup and configure IT equipment for use as personal computers, tills, printers, and scanners etc.


The applicant would be required to be in regular contact with suppliers and customers, both commercial and domestic. Daily contact will be required to respond to user support calls in line with service level agreements, where you will be required to provide technical support in identifying software and hardware problems. This will involve communicating technical issues to a non-technical person and resolving the problem through to a satisfactory resolution for the user. This will also include escalating unsolved problems to a senior technician.


Handle confidential information in accordance with current policies and procedures.

The applicant will be required to manage the planning and organisation of their own workload appropriately.


The applicant will be responsible for the cleanliness and security of IT premises (e.g. desk area, workshop, and comms room) and the Safe Keeping of IT equipment placed under applicants’ care.

The applicant is required to work in a technical environment without constant supervision.

This position is for 4 days including weekends.

The salary will be £3.50 - £7.50 per hour depending on level of experience.


Key Responsibilities:



  • Meet and greet customers always being polite and considerate
  • Comply with policies and procedures at all times
  • Complete any assignments set
  • Work as part of the team
  • Liaise with mentor
  • Responding to first-line support calls for customers
  • Hands on work with PC fixes over the desk
  • Carrying out fault-finding and repairs to desktop & laptop PCs, networks, tablets and phones
  • Escalating unsolved problems to a senior technician
  • Responsible for the cleanliness and security of IT premises
  • Responding to emails, maintaining Facebook page
  • Handling payment


Company Responsibilities:



  • Contribute towards an effective and supportive team environment
  • Work collaboratively with colleagues to ensure the highest standards of care are provided
  • Attend team meetings and contribute relevant ideas
  • Contribute to high standards of hygiene and cleanliness in the setting
  • To undertake such other duties and responsibilities of an equivalent nature, as may be determined by the director from time to time
  • To respect the confidentiality of information received
  • To be aware of all emergency and fire evacuation procedures

Person Specification - Apprentice









  • An interest in computers
  • Good general level of education with a minimum of GCSE Maths and English A* - C
  • Good working knowledge of the fundamentals of Windows operating systems, basic PC and peripherals hardware, Microsoft Office and internet applications
  • Previous experience working in a computer support environment
  • Any formal qualifications of training
  • Experience with PC hardware, operating systems and applications software


  • Good organisational and planning skills
  • Punctuality
  • Patience
  • Reliability
  • Trustworthiness
  • Able to work in small teams or by themselves
  • A positive attitude to learning and gaining new skills through teamwork and training
  • Flexibility
  • Current driving licence



Mill Computer Care



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