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Job Opening: Entry Level Desktop/Hardware Specialist - April 20, 2012, 10:37 AM

Just thought I might put it out there in case it helps anyone. Company I am currently working for is looking for an ENTRY level Computer Hardware Specialist ASAP. 1-3 years experience.

So not to waste your time and before reading any further, the position will based out of Newark, Delaware 19702. 1 year assignment with a possibility to be extended. Keep in mind this is an ENTRY-LEVEL position.

Assignments:

Troubleshooting desktop for internal users
Basic desktop Client support
Installation of new new workstations and peripherals
Troubleshooting printers, scanners, etc.
Occassional installation of disk images to workstations.

Requirements:
Must be pursuing or have achieved Associate's or Bachelor's in IT, Comp Sci, or experience.
40hrs M-F
Possible OT.
Background check.

PM me if interested for questions and pay rates.

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April 20, 2012, 10:48 AM

I'll pass it around to some of my soon to be ETSing soldiers. Any certification requirements?


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April 20, 2012, 10:55 AM

Some more info:

This is a full-time contract opportunity that is primarily responsible for the activities related to the technical support of workstation computers, applications, peripherals, and associated technology. Activities include interaction with application and operating system software to diagnose and resolve issues, through on-site and remote capabilities.

Secondary responsibilities include:
o Installation of disk images to workstations
o Troubleshooting of printers, scanners, and other associated devices
o Installation of new workstations and peripherals
o Ongoing refreshment of workstations and related peripherals
o Inventory management of workstations and other IT assigned peripherals
o Various other duties as identified to assist Client Support

Requirements
Must be pursuing or have achieved an Associateís or Bachelorís degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, or have relevant professional IT experience.
Experience demonstrating skills using PC-based word processing, spreadsheet, database, e-mail software and the Internet.
Experience demonstrating skill gathering, analyzing, and reporting on data for internal or external requests.
Experience demonstrating skill communicating with others, both orally and in writing.
Experience demonstrating skill understanding and following detailed instructions.
Ability and willingness to work up to 40 hours per week, Monday thru Friday during normal business hours.
Ability and willingness to work extended hours or a modified schedule on an occasional basis.
Ability and willingness to perform physical tasks (for example, lifting and transporting equipment weighing up to 50 pounds and/or up to 75 pounds with assistance).Must successfully pass a Criminal History Background Check.

This position is a NERC Regulated position.


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I'll pass it around to some of my soon to be ETSing soldiers. Any certification requirements?
Great, thanks! No, I do not believe anything is required. Seems like they just need to show they can help people turn on their computers

Keep in mind, I don't think the pay is great but if they just want to do something for a year or so, this is a good way to pass time.


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April 20, 2012, 11:03 AM

With vet unemployment in the teens, I think there's plenty of recently separated 25b's who would be interested.


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