Closes: Monday, February 24, 2020
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An Associate degree from an accredited college in Computer or Network Technology or equivalent degree and a minimum of one year of employment experience troubleshooting and repairing PCs and peripherals.
In the event the pool of applicants with the required minimum education and work experience is not sufficient, verifiable work experience and skills can be considered in lieu of education requirements at the discretion of the hiring department.
Thorough knowledge of multiple versions of Windows products.
Thorough knowledge of computer workstation/desktop hardware, software, and peripherals.
Functional knowledge of Apple operating systems and hardware
Fayetteville Technical Community College is seeking qualified applicants for the Computer Support Technician II position. The position’s responsibilities require independent analysis, communication and problem-solving. Duties are performed with little supervision and require initiative and judgment.
To provide technical and support services in the installation, configuration, operation, maintenance and troubleshooting and diagnosis of computer hardware, software and peripheral equipment. To support students, faculty and staff by performing diagnosis and resolutions of technical issues as related to the use and performance of all campus personal computers through hands-on and help desk functions. To assist in the maintenance and reporting related to hardware and software inventory database.
Provide assistance and instruction to students, faculty, and staff on technical matters appropriate to assigned area. Interpret and apply College policies, procedures, rules, and regulations. Read, understand, and interpret hardware and software manuals, apply such information as appropriate. Work independently or as part of a team if needed to resolve problems; be available “on-call” to resolve problems after normal business hours and on weekends, as needed. Recognize, research and diagnose hardware and software problems, repair when possible. Install operating system software, patches and other appropriate software. Provide training in the use of computer, software, and peripheral equipment. Maintain job-related records and prepare reports. Safely operate and care for tools, equipment and materials used in the diagnoses and installation of computers and peripherals. Plan, organize and prioritize work with a minimal amount of supervision. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
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