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Job Title: Analyst, IT
Location: Job Code: 2423 Job Level/Band: C
Position Management #: 51064410 Shift: First
Hours per week: 40 Group: OASIS Computing
Primary role:The OASIS Computing team has the day-to-day responsibilities for configuring, implementing, and supporting approximately 9000 workstations and 8000 customers throughout Duke School of Medicine departments, institutes and centers. The role is for Device Support IT, focused on end user technical support.
Essential tasks/responsibilities:This position is responsible for IT maintenance regarding workstations, printers, and peripheral devices, along with some ancillary support for application issues. Analysts are expected to be first point of contact for IT questions, liaison between DHTS and customer base in order to respond to business needs.Specific duties include, but are not limited to:
- Provide primary support for issues pertaining to network, fileserver, desktop/laptop, printer, peripheral, and/or other user problems and when necessary, coordinate with other DHTS groups for a resolution.Participate in proactive device management and have strong communication skills, paying constant attention to customer needs.Ability to work independently to specific standards. Build, install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot Windows/Mac/Linux based desktop/laptop computers, printers, and other peripherals (such as Smartphones and tablet devices).Install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot software applications.Maintain user account, group, and network security practices. Maintain accurate documentation and inventory of all deployed hardware and software, as well as procedures regarding end user device support and operations.Provide VoIP secondary technical support and provide customer training and orientation for use of the technology. Perform customer training on all necessary applications and hardware, review and enforce security policies Participate in the group’s 24x7 on call rotation. Windows/Macintosh file sharing and application support.Ancillary AV support to supported conference rooms/end userServe as a point contact to interact with application/equipment vendorsProvide support for remote access and international travelWork with other group members as a team for all of the above.
Work requires a minimum of 2 years verifiable device support experience with Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience and training.
Scientific Training or Experience required – 1 year
- Excellent computer support skills, including current Windows and Mac OS X and a good understanding of workstation and file server operations, maintenance, and repair.
- Experience installing, upgrading, maintaining, and troubleshooting RedHat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Ubuntu, Fedora, and other distributions of Linux.
- Strong experience with Linux command line including OS configuration, software installation and configuration, domain binding, and writing custom scripts Local area networks and communication fundamentals, including Microsoft Active Directory, Citrix presentation environment, database basic troubleshooting, not limited to server-based connectivity issues.Understanding and basic knowledge of workstation remote management and software distribution.Excellent team skills, strong customer service focus, and positive personal behavior characteristics.Bachelor's degree in computer science, mathematics, or related field, or equivalent coursework, technical training, or experience.Excellent oral and written communication skills with a customer service focus.Excellent technical documentation skills.Academic environment and/or Duke experience is desired
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