Farmer School of Business (FSB): Computer & Technology
Specialist to participate in multiple levels of computer
application development; including analysis, design, requirements
definition, development, testing, implementation, training, and
production support. Provides on-site assistance for faculty,
students and staff using technology in instruction, research and
administration. Provides assistance with installation and
maintenance of computer hardware and software systems.
Responsible for troubleshooting all computer hardware and software
issues. Most tasks are conducted independently and range in
level of support specialization.
Duties include and are not limited to:
- Install, design and configure operation system components to
gain the most functionality out of computer systems
- Provide assistance with computer network interfaces,
installation, and maintenance of computer and software systems
- Troubleshoot various hardware and software problems as they
- Assist faculty, students and staff in using technology in
instruction, research and administration
- Participate in call tracking system using FSB RT system,
maintaining ownership of calls that are assigned or
- Maintain computer technology teaching labs within Farmer School
- Handle classroom technology calls and trouble tickets within
- Repair necessary hardware support that may fall outside of
- Consult with faculty, staff and researchers to determine
appropriate selection of software, hardware, computer platforms and
peripherals for their needs
- Work with researcher to enhance research by implementation of
technology to support their research methods
- Perform administrative tasks as assigned by supervisor
- Standard work hours apply to the position, but some job
responsibilities require a varied schedule.
Required: Bachelor’s degree with coursework in computer science,
IT, or related field; Three years of general computer installation,
maintenance and repair experience; Knowledge of Windows and
Macintosh operating systems. Position is not eligible for H-1B
Consideration may be given to candidates with knowledge of
Microsoft Sharepoint, Citrix and Oracle, supervisory experience,
web design, multi-media and imaging experience, cloud-based
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Screening of applications begins August 30, 2021 and will continue
until the position is filled.
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