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Technical Support 2

Job Description Position: Technical Support II Location: Fredericksburg, VA Duration: 5+ months Summary: o This is a technical position in IT Support Services (ITSS) providing computer hardware and software support by configuring, upgrading, and repairing university-owned computers, including desktop and laptops (PC and Mac), printers, mobile devices, software packages, etc. o The individual configures personal computers to access the university wired and wireless Networks. o This position provides in-person, phone-based, or remote support to users following established university and departmental procedures. o They will be responsible for configuring and installing all University-owned systems following all established policies and procedures. o Also will install software on University-owned equipment, adhering to licensing restrictions and policy. o Will be required to work independently with limited supervision to complete all tasks. Education/ Required Skills/Experience o 3-5 years of required experience with: o Demonstrated skills in the troubleshooting and repair of desktop computers, printers and peripherals. o A positive customer-service philosophy. o Good documentation and communication skills. o Considerable experience supporting user technical issues with various computing hardware, software and peripherals including troubleshooting, repairing, installing, upgrading and networking. o Experience connecting devices to wired and wireless networks, Microsoft AD environments. o Experience with Windows and/or Mac operating systems. Preferred: o A+, Network+, Dell, Apple, Crestron or other technical certification(s). o Ability to positively interact with a diverse population including faculty, staff, students, and peers in a higher-education environment. o Demonstrated ability to work effectively as part of a team and individually.

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