IT Specialist

Company Name:
RCJ Consulting,LLC
At the enterprise level, the IT specialist will own network management, software development and database administration. The IT specialist will also provide technical support to ByteCubed's employees and train non-technical workers on the business's information systems.

Oversee the daily performance of computer systems
Answer user inquiries regarding computer software or hardware operation to resolve problems
Enter commands and observe functioning of system to verify correct operations and detect errors
Set up equipment for employee use, performing or ensuring proper installation of cables, operating systems, or appropriate software
Install and perform minor repairs to hardware, software, or peripheral equipment, following design or installation specifications
Maintain records of daily data communication transactions, problems and remedial actions taken, or installation activities
Read technical manuals, confer with users, or conduct computer diagnostics to investigate and resolve problems or to provide technical assistance and support
Refer major hardware or software problems or defective products to vendors or technicians for service
Train others in the proper use of hardware or software
Determine requirements for new systems or modifications
software support (windows 8, Msft Office, apple, McAfee, etc.)
Has the ability to learn/troubleshoot new software quickly
Must have the intellectual curiosity to figure out tech problems)

Plus:
Experience setting up enterprise level internal servers (will be a project undertaken in Q4 of FY15)
Experience working in a startup environment
Candidate would be the only IT Support resource at the company (i.e. must have the drive to figure things out with limited supervision)


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