Information Technology Jobs

Student Coordinator Lead

Information Technology

Job #: 400041
Location: Mary Markley
Department: Housing Information Technology Office
Rate: $9.85
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

Duties:

Job Description This position will be responsible for designing, developing, and implementing educational materials and presentations for residents and/or staff of University Housing. The ability to learn new aspects of digital literacy and communicate these effectively to others is essential. Assess technology-related educational needs of residents and/or staff of University Housing. Collaborate with in-hall staff (PASSes) on educational outreach efforts. The position will also be responsible for maintaining current websites, Twitter feeds, and other areas of digital programming already put in place by the Housing Department. Additional project work, commensurate with experience, interest, and needs of the ResEd community should be expected.

Minimum Qualifications:

Course work and/or experience in developing educational programs. Experience with social media, preferably from a community building perspective. In-depth experience with Microsoft Office applications. Practical experience with graphics, video, and/or page layout applications. Excellent written communication skills Excellent presentation/public speaking skills. Familiarity with presentation technologies. Research-driven approach to solving problems. Must to be self-motivated, self-starting and have a passion for teaching and learning.

Hours per week: 10 - 15

Student Coordinator

Information Technology

Job #: 400040
Location: Mary Markley
Department: Housing Information Technology Office
Rate: $9.85
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

Job Duties: 

This media coordinator position will provide audio visual support to the residence halls as well as assist with the upkeep and technical support of the Community Learning Centers (CLCs).  They will also research new collaborative technologies and assist with acquiring demo models to be tested in the office for possible future deployment into the residence halls.

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Customer service oriented work experience 
  • Previous audio visual support experience
  • Excellent written communication and presentation/public speaking skills
  • Experience with online research
  • A demonstrated history of pro-active work confirmed by references
  • A strong, dedicated work ethic demonstrated with past work examples
  • Be willing to work on equipment up-to and including 25 feet off the ground
  • Consistent, timely attendance employment history
  • The ability to work in a diverse social environment
  • The ability to lift heavy objects including, but not limited to computer peripherals
  • Experience working on projects independently
  • Research-driven approach to solving problems
  • Some experience communicating with vendors/companies
  • Self-motivated, self-starting
  • A passion for learning

Desired Qualifications:

  • Valid driver's license

Computer Consultant III

Information Technology

Job #: 400037
Location: Mary Markley
Department: Housing Information Technology Office
Rate: $12.50
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

Job Duties:  this System Support Technician position provides computing support for Housing Administrative Staff over the phone, by email, by web form request and in person.  The technician receives escalations from the ITS Helpdesk of those technical problems which are Housing Specific systems.  Candidates for this position will have some experience installing software for their own use, the use of others or in a professional capacity.  

The minimum qualifications for this position are:  
1) a minimum appointment time of 20 hours weekly for Spring/Summer and 10 hours weekly for Fall/Winter Semesters;
2) some experience troubleshooting or providing other support of desktop and laptop computers preferred;
3) experience with a ticketing system or other problem tracking applications;
4) a demonstrated history of pro-active work confirmed by references;
5) a strong, dedicated work ethic demonstrated with past work examples;
6) consistent, timely attendance employment history;
7) a valid driver's license with no more than 6 points on the associated driving record;
8) the ability to work in a diverse social environment;
9) the ability to lift heavy objects including, but not limited to computer peripherals;
10) experience working on projects independently;
11) ability to be a part of a team with specific, tangible goals.  Applicants bringing more technical ability or experience will be considered for a higher level of appointment and compensation.

Desired Qualifications:
1. Previous audio visual support skills

Note: This position will be responsible for supporting the Card Readers, vending machines, laundry machines, point-of -sale devices, some Audio Video support in all of the residence halls and Housing Specific software support.

Hours per week:  10-15

University Housing is a unit of Student Life, and an equal opportunity educator and employer.

For housing related questions, please contact University Housing.
Email: housing@umich.edu
Phone: (734) 763-3164