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The Intern will gain exposure to a wide array of tasks relating to computer deployment, desktop support, and networking maintenance. The intern will assist existing staff with their duties and will be asked to execute some work orders on their own as they progress in their understanding of the operations of the department.
The hired candidate will be able to retain their position up to one year after graduation with a maximum of a two year internship. The work hours will be flexible to allow the intern to continue their studies, but the schedules will be fixed at the beginning of each semester. The intern will be asked to work in 4 hour blocks with at least 8 hours on weekends. Total work hours for the week will be 20 hours.
- Computer imaging & deployment
- Basic desktop troubleshooting
- User password resets
- Performing system testing
- Other entry level tasks related to desktop support
Education and Experience:
Candidates should be enrolled in a local university, college or tech school. Candidates should be seeking an IT related degree such as computer science, computer engineering, or networking.