Effective and respectful communications, scheduling, and follow-through with other members of the University community.
Support to end users in problem resolution for both Windows and Apple systems.
Guide end users through troubleshooting procedures.
Perform upgrades to hardware and software.
Supporting printing and other peripheral computing devices.
Log work in ticketing system (ServiceNow).
Intake work via phone, email, and ticketing system.
Share phone duties with other team members both during the day and scheduled off-hours rotation.
Recognizes the importance of computer and data security and will work with faculty and staff on adhering to the security standards of the organization.
Researches and analyzes computer products and systems available in the marketplace and makes recommendations to management.
Maintain confidentiality and discretion at all times.
Demonstrate ability to handle multiple concurrent tasks in a competent and professional manner in a fast paced atmosphere.
Solve problems independently with limited direction, within the policies and best practices.
Work accurately with attention to detail.
With limited direction from others, performs a variety of IT support activities for end-user hardware/software resolution, and guides end-users through troubleshooting procedures. Uses fundamental knowledge of University software systems to recommend system modifications to reduce user problems.
Simulates or recreates a range of straightforward user problems to resolve operating difficulties.
Performs analyses and assists in a variety of IT support activities including, but not limited to, developing troubleshooting scripts for the help desk; and providing technical assistance in setup, installation, and configuration of desktop hardware and software in compliance with internal controls, policies, and standards.
Performs set-up, installation, and configuration of desktop hardware and software in compliance with internal controls, policies, and standards.
Maintain familiarity with UChicago research systems.
Uses in-depth knowledge of IT support best practices and experience with the University IT systems to conduct analyses and contribute to the resolution of complex problems.
Calibrates specifications and typically collaborates with programmers to develop new applications or to make modifications to existing applications. Tests and debugs applications before releasing them to end-users.
Performs other related work as needed.v
Vocational training, apprenticeships or the equivalent experience in related field
Knowledge and skills developed through 3-5years of work experience in a related job discipline
Willing to support both Windows and Apple devices, and demonstrate basic office software capability
Administrative offices, wet and dry labs, clinical areas
Be willing to work on-site during pandemic
Capable of safely lifting 50lbs
Cover Letter ( preferred)
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