Desktop Support CV


Desktop Support professionals are those people who are specialist in providing technical support to the users who uses the computer software and hardware functions. They are the professionals who work with the help desk staff of the company and follows companies rules and regulations. A Desktop Support candidate should be a good problem solver with effective communication skills. The person handling this kind of profile must have the ability to provide technical solutions required by the client. A sample desktop support CV is provided below for reference.

Sample Desktop Support CV

CURRICULUM VITAE

James harry

Address: 2, Hanyson road

London

Date:

E-mail id: jamesharry87@gmail.com

Contact no. +7878 9999 0000

 

Career objective :

I wish to work at the post of desktop support professional in a growing organization where I can make best use of my skills and experience.

Academic Achievements :

Completed Bachelors Degree in computer science in the year 2001 from London University.

Completed a certification course in Desktop engineering from London University.

Experience of Working: Working as an assistant programmer in Software Solutions Cheshire Inc, London since 2005 with responsibilities such as providing desktop support, managing customer accounts online, answering all queries of customers, providing end to end solutions to customers, escalating difficult issues as and when necessary to superior, providing call log reports etc.

Abilities and Skills:

Versatile and ready to learn new skills

Good problem solver

Possess good communication skills

Self-motivated

Good leadership quality

Good listener

Goal oriented

Dynamic in nature

Good motivator

Personal Profile

Name: James Harry

Father’s name: Mr. Shawn Harry

Mother’s Name: Mrs. Harry

Date of Birth: 6-07-1985

Curricular activities: Sports, dancing etc.

Declaration:

I certify that the above given details are true and best to my knowledge.

 

(James Harry)

 

Category: IT CV

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