IT Infrastructure Engineer Jobs in Oxford, United Kingdom


The future is quantum. Oxford Ionics is a high-performance quantum computing company delivering world-leading innovations to create the most powerful, accurate and reliable quantum computers to solve the world's most important problems. Quantum Computing offers a radically new way of building computers that harnesses the power of quantum physics to outperform conventional supercomputers exponentially. Using our unique trapped-ion technology, we are at the forefront of the race to unleash the real potential of quantum computing.What to expectWe are looking for an IT Infrastructure Engineer to join our Operations department. As our first IT hire, you'll be responsible for improving existing IT systems and establishing new ones as our team grows and we move into new premises. What you'll be responsible for You will be responsible for Developing IT policies suitable for staff with a diverse range of technical backgrounds, from basic users to Software Engineers and other "super-users". You will also be responsible for the provisioning and configuration of both cloud and on-premise servers and the development of secure environments and security workflows as needed, including VPNs and remote device management policies and systems. As our first IT hire, you will help support the Infrastructure design, setup, maintenance, testing and validation across new and existing sites. In addition: Network provisioning, segmentation, and testing.Backup and backup testing.Hardware purchasing, provisioning and configuration for user workstations/laptops.Hardware inventory and setup.Anti-malware maintenance and security patching.Owning the setup and management of company Active Directories.Owning the setup and management of company document and storage management systems.Being the front line of support for IT issues in the team.Setting up and supporting the company's AV systems. Managing company licensing and provisioning for software.

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