Reporting to the Assistant Director of Information Technology, the IT Specialist will assist in many activities within the Office of Information Technology. This position will assist in many core services offered by the office. The individual will provide administrative support to the Assistant Director of IT.
Supporting key metrics in the university's cybersecurity project. Includes being the primary lead in ISORA Compliance for COB, Spirion/Identity Finder Administration, and assisting with the university's improved endpoint protection solutions.
Providing 3rd tier support for faculty, staff and students and being primary lead on warranty repairs for Hardware within the COB.
The position duties may be variable and therefore, the position requires flexibility and adaptability to new work as the needs change in the unit and college. Additional duties will depend on interest and skill level and may vary from testing internal business systems, documentation help desk support. The successful candidate will foster a positive working environment.
Bachelor's degree in a related field or equivalent level of training and or experience. Expertise in project management. Expertise with modern OS such as Windows 10/11 and Mac OS 13/14. Expertise in Windows Server setup and support. Ability to work professionally and courteously in a busy environment. Ability to operate independently and without supervision and with assigned teams to accomplish organizational goals and objectives is essential. Ability to plan and allocate resources for various simultaneous tasks and deadlines.
Experience in an IT helpdesk environment actively supporting end users. Experience with Banner data processing system and/or fixed assets.
Experience with Windows Server environments
Experience with Microsoft Azure Active Directory
Experience with Microsoft Intune
Experience with MDT Deployment
Experience with Spirion/Identity Finder Setup and Deployment
Commensurate with experience
The successful candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check.
About Virginia Tech
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