Desktop Engineer Skills you Need for your CV and Career in It & Telecoms

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Desktop Engineer Skills List in It & Telecoms

Below we have compiled a list of the most popular skills for a Desktop Engineer role. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Desktop Engineer job descriptions they appeared on. For example, 25% of Desktop Engineer job descriptions contained active directory as a required skill.

Keywords / Skills

Popularity

active directory
25%
desktop support
21%
desktop
17%
2nd line
17%
helpdesk
17%
it support
17%
infrastructure
13%
maintenance
13%
windows azure
13%
service desk
13%
3rd line
9%
desktop support engineer
9%
microsoft office
9%
1st line support
9%
it engineer
5%
desktop engineer
5%
software
5%
it field engineer
5%
it technician
5%
help desk
5%
intune
5%
customer service
5%
microsoft
5%
fix
5%
line support
5%
microsoft servers
5%
mac
5%
onsite
5%
o365
5%
sccm
5%
cucumber
5%
powershell
5%
support engineers
5%
gherkin
5%
tcp/ip
5%
jenkins
5%
3rd line support
5%
request tickets
5%
microsoft 365
5%
hnd
5%
thin client
5%
sharepoint
5%
assets engineer
5%
visual studio
5%
install
5%
watchguard
5%
lan
5%
it support analyst
5%
365
5%
troubleshooting
5%
hardware
5%
windows
5%
it analyst
5%

While these keywords are a good start, remember that every job is different. Instead of including all these keywords on your CV, identify the keywords most relevant to the job you're applying to and include those. For the best chance of success use our CV keyword scanner tool to help with this.

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