Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Placement: Personal Computer Specialist - Law Library

University of Baltimore Job Opportunities
Office of Human Resources
Personal Computer Specialist
Law Library
Vacancy Number 2011-011UBW
Position Type: Regular exempt position with full benefits package
Opens: 09/10/10 Closes: 09/24/10
Salary: $45,000 to $51,784

NOTE: Offer of employment is contingent upon funding for the position.

Provides computer support for the Law School's faculty, students, and staff including hardware installation and repair, software installation, and network connections. Maintains existing systems and plans enhancements. Works with faculty and staff to develop solutions for current and future IT needs.

Duties include:
Installs, configures and maintains computer hardware, including personal computers, Macintoshes, laptops, library system terminals and printers in the Law School.

Configures PC's for UB network access.

Installs and maintains software on staff, faculty and student lab computers.

Reconfigures existing software to meet the needs of users.

Provides routine maintenance for computing equipment.

Diagnoses, resolves and follows through on computer and network malfunctions.

Arranges for repairs by vendors and outside repair facilities as needed.

Trains and assists faculty, staff and students in the proper use of the PC and application programs.

Provides computer virus disinfection and document recovery service as needed.

Manages UB network accounts, and corrects network-related problems.

Coordinates with the Office of Technology Services in the planning and development of enhancements to Law School computer and network services.

Researches and evaluates new technologies and resources in instructional technology, and recommends purchase of equipment.

Drafts specifications and identifies vendors for purchase requisitions.

Provides training and assistance to faculty in classroom technology, including interactive whiteboards, display and recording devices.

Converts audio and visual recordings of class sessions to proper formats for faculty use.

Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of experience with PC support in a Windows environment; equivalent education and experience may be considered. Also requires good communication skills. Preferred: degree or coursework in computer studies or information technology, PC support experience in a college or university environment, and experience with AV and classroom technology.

To Apply
Include your Vacancy Number on all correspondence and in your e-mail subject line. Please submit resume and cover letter to or mail to:

Human Resources
Vacancy Number 2011-011UBW
University of Baltimore
1420 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201

UB is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ADA Compliant Employer & Title IX Institution.


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