Job Type:  Full-time permanent

Location:  Sandyford, Dublin 18


  • Maintaining our ICT systems and infrastructure
  • Installing new and existing hardware and software across the network
  • Providing technical support for all users, including those in remote locations
  • Monitoring and solving logged calls
  • Setting up workstations, laptops, mobile devices, printers etc.
  • Liaising with external vendors and third-party services providers
  • Contributing to the continual enhancement of our IT and support services
  • Installing, configuring and supporting hardware/software and related infrastructure
  • Dealing with queries on the ICT helpdesk
  • Managing the roll-out of software updates/patches for servers and desktops
  • Monitoring the backup environment
  • Configuring and setting up audiovisual equipment for staff meetings and events
  • IT hardware and software inventory management
  • Day-to-day operation of the network
  • General trouble-shooting
  • Moving IT equipment around the office

Qualifications and experience

  • Five years’ experience of on-site, face-to-face, deskside IT support
  • Exposure to server environments
  • Qualification in IT/computing or currently working towards a qualification
  • Exposure to and knowledge of Microsoft Operating systems, including Windows 7/10
  • Exposure to and knowledge of Microsoft applications, including Office 365  
  • Basic working knowledge of networking components and protocols
  • Proven track record of troubleshooting an advantage

Key competencies and attributes

  • Ability and eagerness to interpret problems and work out solutions in a helpful and proactive manner
  • Ability to work a fast-paced, high-pressure environment
  • Strongly motivated, with good initiative and work productivity
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, including good spoken and written English
  • Trustworthy and aware of the confidentiality and privacy issues associated with in-house IT
  • Keen interest in learning about current and new technology
  • Solution orientated with good problem-solving skills
  • An understanding of the business impact of ICT systems and devices  

About Roughan & O'Donovan

Roughan & O’Donovan is one of Ireland’s leading civil, structural and environmental engineering consultancies. We plan, design and manage major infrastructure projects, both nationally and internationally. 

When you join ROD, you will become part of a team recognised for outstanding technical skill and passion for excellence.  You will have access to the exceptional training opportunities our award-winning CPD programme provides and enjoy a workplace that supports growth, flexibility and creativity.

How to Apply

Step 1: Your cover letter

  • Address your cover letter to Human Resources
  • Specify the position you are applying for and where you first saw it advertised
  • Save your cover letter as ‘First name Surname Cover Letter’. For example, John Smith Cover Letter

Step 2: Your CV

  • Save your CV as ‘First name Surname CV’. For example, John Smith CV

Step 3: Apply

Roughan & O’Donovan is an equal opportunity employer. 

Roughan & O'Donovan will retain, for at least one year, all records arising through the recruitment process for compliance purposes in line with the Employment Equality Acts, 1998-2015.

Roughan & O'Donovan is not accepting unsolicited CVs from search firms.  CVs submitted by search firms without a valid written search agreement, including those submitted to hiring managers, are deemed to be the sole property of Roughan & O'Donovan, and no fee will be paid in the event of candidate(s) being hired.


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