Closes: Tuesday, January 3, 2023
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Expected Work Hours
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.
Work experience and skills directly related to the position well documented in your application may 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.
Assist end-users in the proper use of computer hardware, software, and peripheral equipment within the established standards and guidelines.
Assist and prepare room layout and replacement/setup of computer classrooms and open IT labs.
Install computer hardware and software; link peripheral equipment and test configuration.
Analyze, research and provide solutions to faculty and staff requests for information technology needs.
Troubleshoot hardware and software problems as they relate to data communications, computers, printers, and peripherals utilizing diagnostic software and logical troubleshooting procedures.
Work with MIS staff as appropriate to determine and resolve problems and requests received from end-users.
Perform major computer repairs as they relate to operating system platforms, hardware installation, and upgrades.
Perform routine inspections and preventative maintenance of computer hardware.
Download software patches and other appropriate software from the Internet, test and install as necessary.
Provide help desk support as well as perform day-to-day administration, maintenance, and support of computers and peripherals.
Coordinate vendor support between the College and manufacturer representatives for hardware and software information for computer systems; maintain information about equipment and installation; identify software users and recommend packages or other approaches as assigned.
Accept responsibility for any tools issued by the College to perform daily job functions, as required (e.g. iPads, laptops, etc.).
Maintain inventory of computer hardware, software, and supplies.
Compile and prepare job-related reports and documentation, as required.
Write basic computer code and report generation programs, as required.
Test and evaluate new computer hardware and software for campus use.
Attend workshops, conferences, and meetings related to assigned area(s) of responsibilities.
Provide training to end-users in the proper operation of computer equipment and applications.
Frequently required to stand, bend, stoop, kneel, crawl, and walk.
Occasionally required to climb stairs.
Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 30 pounds.
Required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls, and reach with hands and arms.
Hear Audible equipment indicators as verbal communications in the environment.
Must see with sufficient close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, and depth perception; and focus adjustment to differentiate light/color intensity and evaluation perceivable changes in the environment.
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