IT Coordinator, Senior
Description of Work Unit
The College of Liberal Arts IT department provides customer service and technical support to the faculty and staff of the 14 departments within the college.
The position is responsible for the day-to-day support of computing resources and systems and for providing exceptional customer service through our help desk system, email, phone, and in-person service to the 14 departments within the college. This position also has direct responsibility for systems and student workers. The position is responsible for hiring, training, supervising the team of student workers. The systems include the JAMF system, printer management system, and imaging servers.
Required Job Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems, Sciences, Business, Management, Liberal Arts or a closely related field
Strong written communication skills
At least 4 years of full-time experience in the following areas:
- IT break-fix support
- software support
- hardware installation and repair
- IT maintenance activities
- At least 2 years of full-time experience in the follow areas:
- Supervision and training of student employees
- Managing Active Directory Objects
- Windows imaging with Windows Deployment Services or Microsoft Deployment Toolkit
Experience with asset management and inventory control systems
Technical experience with Windows 7 and MacOS 10 (or later)
Preferred Job Qualifications
- Demonstrated ability to offer a high level of customer service
- Knowledge of JAMF Apple Macintosh management systems
- Experience with print server management
- Experience with SpiceWorks or LANSweeper helpdesk and inventory management systems
Reflecting departmental and institutional values, candidates are expected to have the ability to advance the Department’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Job Duty Category
Help desk/Technical support
Provide technical support and customer service to CLA faculty and staff through the help desk system, email, phone, and in-person for their IT issues
Technical duties include: installation, upgrading, maintenance/updates, virus/malware remediation, and troubleshooting IT related issues
Engage vendors for warranty repair services Hire and supervise student employees and develop on-the-job training options Act as point of escalation for IT issues for other team members Manage the imaging, JAMF, and printer server systems Participate in planning of projects related area of responsibility Create, maintain, and review documentation for the students and technicians Other duties as necessary to provide technical support and customer service
Percentage Of Time 50 Essential Duties
Job Duty Category
- Annual departmental computer replacement
- Lab maintenance and upgrade projects
- Departmental check-out laptop maintenance
- Windows 10 feature update rollout and testing
- Support for other projects as needed
Percentage Of Time 20 Essential Duties
Job Duty Category
Supervision and Training
- Mange and oversee IT student staff’s workload, quality of work, and schedules.
- Develop and provide ongoing on-the-job training and mentoring to the IT student workers and other IT staff
- Forecast need for student staff through out the year and during summer projects
Percentage Of Time 15 Essential Duties
Job Duty Category
- Manage Active Directory objects to maintain a clean and up-to-date system
- Assist with Active Directory group policy management and planning
- Administer assigned IT systems: JAMF, printer servers, and Windows imaging Temporary administration of additional systems as needed or in a backup capacity
- Testing of configurations, software, and group policy settings
Percentage Of Time 15
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please submit a cover letter which addresses the minimum and preferred qualifications, a resume, and the name and contact information for three professional references. References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates.
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