Colleges of the Fenway Position Opening at Colleges of the Fenway in Boston, Massachusetts

The Technology Support Analyst will provide media services and IT support for Simmons Faculty, students and staff. The analyst will also provide project-related support (e.g. classroom media upgrades, desktop upgrades, customer training, deployments of new IT services) as needed. This position requires well rounded media, desktop, technical, and project skills and the ability to resolve the majority of issues without escalation to another resource. The ability to provide outstanding customer service is a must. The analyst works assisting a Senior AV/Media Engineer with more complex projects and works for a Support Manager in delivering daily break/fix support, service request fulfillment, event planning and support. The successful candidate will demonstrate a professional demeanor with well-developed interpersonal and customer service skills. Individual is expected to have and maintain a current broad-based knowledge of computer hardware, software, and networking technologies.

Campus media services include: audio, video, control systems technologies (Crestron, Extron), video teleconferencing (VTC), web conferencing, audio mixers, ceiling and wall mounted speakers, video display devices (projectors, screens, large screen flat panel TVs), AV media sources (DVD, VCR, PCs ,etc.), PC interfaces, AV cables and terminations, and AV mounting devices. Campus technology services include: hardware and software support for Dell/Windows and Apple/iOS PCs and laptops, mobile devices, printers, and basic networking support.

1) Support & Operations

Advanced media support (at point-of-need, over the phone, and via email) for students, faculty, and staff. Support issues include: complex setup of media for classroom/meeting space/event; resolving media equipment and configuration problems; and checking-in/out of media equipment. Advanced technical support (in-person walk-up, over the phone, and email) for faculty, staff, and students. Support issues include: complex break-fix; service requests; check-in/out of desktop and mobile computing equipment; printer resolution; application access; how-to consulting on software packages, login/access issues, malware removal and mobile device support. Technical documentation. Creating and updating knowledge base documentation. Improve searching for content through tagging and association. Prepares end-user how-to documentation on embedded media/AV equipment and solutions. Trains and mentors junior, part-time support staff on technology, equipment, systems, operations, and procedures; also delivers end-user training. Coordinates and participates in event setup and support as required. Periodic events require non-business hours shift work (e.g. commencement, orientation, executive conferences, seminars, etc.) 2) Consultation & Solutions

Works closely with Simmons College departmental clients to ensure their needs are met through consulting, operations, and support. Ensures high profile and executive level events are effectively planned and supported. Participates in design and implementation of AV/Media systems to ensure alignment with faculty, staff, and student needs. Participate in project work as required, including non-business hour deployments and support (e.g. periodic nights and weekends). Research and recommend equipment and application purchases for directly for customers as well as for wider potential use at Simmons. Position Requirements

Bachelor's degree in IT/IS related field or equivalent experience. 3+ years of experience delivering customer service either in person or over the phone. 3+ years of experience supporting AV and VTC systems. Experience supporting multimedia, classroom, or special event technology. Experience installing and configuring Windows and Mac OS X Operating Systems. Experience documenting technical information for support knowledge base. Advanced knowledge of Macintosh (Mac OSX), Microsoft Windows, Intel-based PC computers, network, and graphics software packages including, but not limited to, MS desktop office suites, scientific applications, browsers, Google Apps and anti-virus software. Understanding of common network protocols like DHCP, DNS, SMTP, HTTP. Proficient with mobile computing solution support, integration and configuration (Smartphones, tablets, Android, iOS, etc.). Attention to detail is a must. Ability to work individually and as a member of a team is required. Additional Qualifications:

Experience with Active / Open Directory and Windows Security. Understanding of fundamental security principles, and implementation. Experience implementing small to medium-sized IT or media/AV related projects. Knowledge of ticketing systems (e.g Cherwell, ServiceNow, Heat, FootPrints, etc). Experience designing, setting up, and operating large outdoor PA systems, H.323 video conferencing, or audio conferencing/discussion system for 50+ participants. Experience in a higher education or desk side (in person) support environment. ITIL Foundations Certification and ACMT are preferred. Scheduled Hours

Must be available to work 8 hour shift between 7am-7pm M-F. Occasional weekend and overtime is required during peak periods (e.g. semester start up).

Instructions to Applicants: Please submit a resume and cover letter in the Resume/CV section of your application.

Simmons is committed to inclusive excellence in all aspects of an individual?s community experience. As a University committed to diversity, equity and inclusion, Simmons encourages applications broadly. Simmons is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to continuing to develop a more diverse faculty, staff, student body and curriculum.

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Date Posted: 11/28/2018