IT SPECIALIST, Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation (DAPER)-Administration, to coordinate with the Office of the Vice Chancellor’s (OVC) Desktop Support Services and MIT Information Services and Technology (IS&T) in providing technical support to all DAPER units. Will handle the setup, maintenance, and inventory of all department-purchased equipment, including computers, printers, faxes, copiers, and software; work with OVC Desktop Support Services to ensure minimal disruption when computers are replaced, in need of repair, or newly deployed; work with IS&T on all phone issues, installations, and relocations; follow IS&T standards for security and backup of individual computers; be responsible for software specific to DAPER and Health Fitness Corporation (HFC); and develop a strategic networking plan structure, anticipate user growth, conduct training on new software applications, and develop network solutions to address future and present needs. Will report to the director of DAPER Facilities and Operations/assistant department head.
A full description is available at https://studentlife.mit.edu/content/dsl-open-positions.
REQUIRED: a high school diploma or its equivalent; at least three years of experience supporting hybrid Window and Macintosh environments; advanced-level knowledge of IT standards/policies; comprehensive technical knowledge of Windows and Mac operating systems, Windows Server environments, FileMaker server environments, web hosting, network protocols, HTML, Microsoft Office and Microsoft Office 365, and others; and strong communication skills. PREFERRED: bachelor’s degree in a related field and proven project management expertise. Job #21020-7
Salary range: high $60s - high $70s, depending on education and experience.
There will be a hybrid schedule with four days of on-site and one day of remote work.
Only candidates who submit a cover letter and resume will be considered for the position.
Employment is conditional upon successful completion of a background check.
MIT supports one of the broadest intercollegiate athletic programs in the world. With 33 varsity sports, MIT provides the most intercollegiate offerings among Division III institutions in America. MIT's primary league affiliation lies with the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) as a Division III member of the NCAA, while the Engineers' rowing programs compete at the Division I level.