IT Professional I

Location
Florida
Posted
May 17, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
Classification Title:

IT Professional I

Job Description:

Website Design, Migration & Maintenance Redesign, deploy and maintain departmental website. Top priority is to move website to T4 or Content Management System IFAS and UF currently require. Responsibilities for website maintenance include being proactive in gathering current information from faculty and staff to update the website with consistent, uniform and accurate information. This includes physical and virtual server support for Website and Database Server as well as the Electronic Building Directory and other computer/TV installations.

Software and Hardware Troubleshooting In addition to new and/or current hardware, incumbent will provide support for computer operating systems (Windows 8, 7, XP and Mac OS, iOS, Linux and Android). Support personal computer application software (MS Office suite, etc.). Incumbent will stay abreast of current technologies and make recommendations to align current technologies with established and projected needs of the department.  

Departmental Programming Tasks Support of the Departmental Website, Database server, Electronic Building Directory, TV sites, classroom touch-panel and audio system using various programming and scripting languages, including Python, PowerShell, Visual Basic, HTML5, Java, JavaScript, XML, PHP, ASP, and MYSQL. 10%     Audio Visual Equipment Support and Management Incumbent will provide technical support for users of departmentally-maintained audio visual equipment and will assist the IT Support Supervisor with the management of equipment housed and used in the Fifield Hall Teaching Classrooms and lecture rooms. Specifically, incumbent will set up video conferencing, laptops, and projectors for departmental meetings such as classes, seminars, faculty meetings, and committee meetings.

IT Inventory Document and track IT inventory of the department, including computers, monitors, and electronics. Responsibilities include insuring complying with University policy on the proper request and disposal of inventory. Additionally, incumbent will maintain departmental loaner equipment, including updating the software as needed, and checking out the equipment to faculty and staff. Incumbent will insure the timely return and maintenance of loaner equipment.

Server Assist the IT Support Supervisor in overall server operations and maintenance. Specifically, this position will maintain servers related to faculty applications and web server. All other server applications will remain under the purview of the IT Support Supervisor.

Other related duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Advertised Salary: $40 - $45,000.00/commensurate with qualifications and experience. Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor's degree in an appropriate area and two years of relevant experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience and knowledge in Content Management Systems for website design such as T4, Drupal and WordPress.

Good personal skills and the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.

Working knowledge, including installation, operation and troubleshooting of the following software is essential.

Microsoft Windows operating systems Microsoft Office Suite including Microsoft Outlook, Web browser software (Internet Explorer, etc.). Other relevant software. Knowledge of various microcomputers; knowledge of DOS and Windows applications; skills in detecting and resolving software and hardware problems; ability to communicate technical information effectively. Ability to install, configure and troubleshoot computer applications including, but not limited to: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, Photoshop, Illustrator, PageMaker, Acrobat, Microsoft Exchange, Internet Explorer, WordPerfect, Firefox, Chrome, SAS, Network tools and other software.

Knowledge of desktop publishing, including but not limited to: document layout, design, prepress and output issues.

Knowledge of website design, usability issues, and familiarity with UF web policies and guidelines.

Knowledge of multimedia equipment and presentation methods.

Knowledge of network architecture, hardware and operating systems. Knowledge of network protocols including but not limited to: FTP, HTTP. SMTP, POP, IMAP, MAPI, PPP, TCP/IP, DHCP, and others.

Verbal and written communication skills.

Understanding of the University Computer Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).

The ability to work with other network administrators to improve network efficiency.

This position has been reposted previous applicants are still under consideration and need not to apply.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

 

Health Assessment Required: Yes