Are you interested in seeking a career with the Division of Information Technology?
Check out the current job opportunities available in our division that are listed
below. If you are a student, check out our Student Jobs webpage.
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We are currently seeking:
The Administrative Coordinator I is responsible for providing high-level administrative
support to the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and the Chief of Staff (CoS). The Administrative Coord. also provides support to
the executive directors as directed. Performs administrative tasks including: calendar
management, communications management, screening visitors, preparing reports, facilitating
professional development and travel, schedules events and special meetings. Serves
as the primary point of contact for and face of theCIOoffice.
This position serves as the Director of DEI & Workforce Excellence for the Division of Information Technology. The Director is
responsible to design, develop, and implement talent management strategies and solutions
that align with the strategic objectives of the division as well as the university,
to include diversity, equity and inclusion goals and objectives. Decisions and recommendations
made by the Director have a significant organizational impact on the development of
employees and their related experience/engagement.
Responsible for fully supporting, installing, configuring, monitoring, maintaining,
and documenting enterprise wired and wireless network and telephone infrastructure
and unified computing system. This includes all enterprise network and telephone devices
in accordance with operational policies and directives. Responsible for troubleshooting
and resolving complex network and telephone issues. Duties require the ability to
perform advanced configurations, field duties, on-call rotation, ask probing questions,
work independently and collaboratively, use good judgment, and critical thinking.
Under general supervision, the IT Field Service Technician will provide utility location
services for University’s IT infrastructure as a primary focus, with secondary responsibility
for providing installation, maintenance, and repair of IT infrastructure. Primary
duties include assessing PUPS (Palmetto Utility Public Services) notices, interpreting CAD drawings and using specialized copper and fiber cabling tools to determine the location
of university copper and fiber infrastructure, marking infrastructure locations to
prevent damage, updating the South Carolina PUPS database with new infrastructure locations to ensure proper notification is received
and tracking all work in the university ticketing system.
Under general direction, the IT Field Service Technician will provide field support
services by installing, maintaining, and supporting all technology infrastructure
including, network, server, fiber optics, Avaya equipment, and PUPS (Palmetto Utilities Public Services). IT Field Technicians are required to identify,
track, report on, and resolve all remote location technology issues in a timely manner.
IT Field Technicians will execute change requests and troubleshoot system incidents
to provide maximum up-time and minimize time to repair. IT Field Service Technicians
will install, support, and troubleshoot IT technology equipment, networks and software
in the field, as well as configure, test, document, maintain, and provide training
on staff equipment.
Under direct supervision of the AV Engineering Services Manager, with indirect reporting
to the DoIT Project Management Office (PMO) Director, the incumbent coordinates projects with defined scope, complexity, and
risk. The primary focus is coordinating audio-visual projects, including design, engineering,
integration, and implementation of classroom systems; may be assigned or lend temporary
assistance to other IT projects based on availability.
Under general supervision performs a variety of technical and administrative duties
involved in the daily operation of the UofSC Enterprise IT Service Desk. Serve as
the single point of initial contact via the telephone, web, chat, and in-person to
faculty, staff and students to provide broad, IT-related support and solutions, problem
resolution, and responsible computer use.