University Of Washington Seattle , WA 98113
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Our Arts & Sciences, Language Learning Center, has an outstanding opportunity for a Computer Support Technician 2
To provide technical support for the faculty and students using the Language Learning Center. To test and troubleshoot software and hardware on the lab computers.
To digitize analog materials for archiving and use by faculty and students. To assist in hiring and training the student helpers who work at the Language Learning Center and to train the instructors who use the classrooms at the Language Learning Center. To provide support to the LLC's senior computer specialists, sometimes working alongside of them. Timely support of faculty for classroom technologies.
1.Install, test, and troubleshoot educational software used in the Language Learning Center computer labs.
2.Upgrade, maintain and install operating systems onto the Language Learning Center lab computers.
3.Troubleshoot and resolve routine computer hardware problems and replace or repair the item.
4.Digitize analog resources for archiving.
5.Train student employees to use and troubleshoot the software and hardware used in the Language Learning Center classrooms and labs.
6.Install and test new desktop computers that arrive at the LLC and enter them into our database.
7.Help to update and maintain a database of our digital archival materials with basic metadata and file management skills.
8.Provide software support for the instructors as they use our classrooms and labs.
9.Maintain a clean environment in the Language Learning Center.
Minimum qualifications :
Additional Skill Requirements
Knowledge of Windows installation, maintenance, and debugging.
Core desktop hardware support skills, including audio/video recording and playback.
Familiarity with PC hardware and ability to digitize analog media.
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