1710 - Student Asst, Regular
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Hours and Schedule:
The Student Computer Lab Tech I position works a flexible schedule of 15 - 24 hours per week, Monday through Friday, typically between the hours of 8am and 5pm. Work typically continues between semesters.
schedule work shifts around classes
gain hands-on, real-world IT experience
gain exposure to and work with enterprise-level deployments of Windows and Mac computers
gain exposure to and work with Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Group Policies (GPOs)
learn enterprise-level scripting and coding
network with other IT professionals
Develop with CAS IT by moving into Tech II or Tech III part-time roles; transition to a position with CAS ITS Helpdesk where you learn system management tools and assist full-time staff in managing resources, gaining the skills and experience needed to get a full-time job with CAS, UNT, or elsewhere.
Basic knowledge of the principles of computing and communication networks.
Good written and oral communications skills. Must be able to convey complex problems and solutions clearly and concisely.
Related field of Computer Sciences, BCIS or Engineering is preferred.
Manual dexterity necessary to operate a computer keyboard and install computer hardware.
Physical strength to move and setup computer workstations and transport them around campus.
Ability to assimilate, retain, and utilize technical and applications-oriented information.
Ability to work and manage your time with limited independence and initiative.