Monday, June 24, 2024

Third new appointment at Derby ICT specialist

Derby-based outsourced IT and Telecoms specialist Link ICT has appointed Jordan Glover as a Business Administrator. This is the company’s third new appointment since the start of 2024 in response to growing demand from schools and businesses investing in improved ICT systems and connectivity.


Jordan, who lives in Derby and has an Honours Degree in Law from Keele University, previously worked for Enterprise Flex-e-Rent, a sister company to Rent-a-Car dealing with fleet vehicle contract administration.


In his new role, Jordan will be responsible for client liaison and procurement as well as general administration and health and safety. This will involve liaising with Link ICT customers and suppliers to maintain healthy and positive relationships, ensuring all customers get the best prices possible and providing support to technicians out on site.


Founded in 2004, Link ICT will soon celebrate its 20th anniversary and is about to move to new offices in Pride Park. The company proposition is slightly different to other outsourced IT providers as all clients have their own dedicated technician working in site on set days and times. This means they become part of the client team, helps to ensure problems are fixed quickly and helps all users gain confidence using IT to work more effectively and efficiently.


Jordan said: “One of the main reasons for joining is because the working environment is endlessly kind and caring. From the moment I was interviewed to being sat in my new chair for the first time, everyone has made me feel valued, cared for and that I am an important part of the team. This isn’t a feeling you get at every company. The role also provides me a huge opportunity to advance my career and gaining more experience in purchasing and customer and supplier relations.”


In his spare time, Jordan enjoys walking in the Lake District, going to the gym as well as running. He also enjoys playing and watching football, and is a huge F1 motor racing fan. As a person who has been diagnosed with epilepsy Jordan raises money for SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy) and is currently training to run a 10k around Silverstone Circuit.

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