IT Executive Support Analyst

Full Time
North Hampton, NH
Information Technology
80,000 - 100,000
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Exciting New Opportunity!

This is a top 10% opportunity for a top 10% candidate.  That means this will not be for everyone.  We need a very special mix of technical abilities, business acumen, professionalism and a drive to deliver the best all around IT support.  If this sounds like you, please read on.


Our client, located on the sea coast on the New Hampshire/Maine boarder, is actively looking for an IT Executive Support Analyst.  This is a full time, direct hire position, reporting to the Global Help Desk Manager, but this is far from a typical Helpdesk role.  The IT Executive Support Analyst will be the primary point of contact for all user/workstation issues for the internal Executive team. You will provide white glove desktop support the C-suite consisting of the highest level executives up to and including the CEO and members of the Board of Directors.  This is beyond a 9-5 job.  There are times that support will need to be given at a home office and this could be off hours or even weekends.  In addition to the typical IT skills consisting of Windows 7/10, Mac OSX and MS Office 2013 you will need a solid grasp of video conferencing, ideally utilizing Web-X.  All of this coupled with the mix of communication and presentations skills, confidence and humility it takes to work day in and day out with senior management makes this a very unique individual indeed.


The IT Executive Support Analyst will have a very demanding work load and will be compensated very well.  The base salary is in the $80,000-100,000 range with a full range of benefits. If you have a proven, documented history of supporting executives in their IT needs with references to match, we should speak with you ASAP.  Please reach out at 781-938-7950 or for immediate consideration. 



  1. 5+ years IT experience
  2. Executive IT support
  3. Windows 7/10
  4. MAC OSX
  5. Video Conferencing
  6. Exceptional communication and people skills