Closing Date: 03/08/2017
The Computer Operator I for the IT Solutions Center is responsible for directly supporting Solutions Center supervisors in the management of employees providing frontline support and customer service in order to meet clients’ IT and admissions needs. Exceptional customer service, positivity, ability to collaborate, and ownership of clients’ needs are a focus of this position. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: assisting clients directly, supporting the supervision and training of IT Solutions Center employees, and participation in projects supporting the respective missions of the university and division.
Computer Operator I – EIS S00480
Closing Date: 03/10/2017
Position will be responsible for assisting with the completion of recruitment and retention support activities to include correspondence mailing and database management. In addition, this position will work as a liaison between the Information Technology Division and the Admissions office.
Position will assist to improve the Admissions office customer relationship management services via developing new processes and augmenting existing ones.
Position will report to the Workgroup Systems Manager for Information Technology while functionally reporting to the Admissions Office Manager for daily responsibilities
Closing Date: 03/17/2017
Provides support for VSU Solutions Center (Admissions, IT Helpdesk, Welcome Center) projects and initiatives. Students appointed as a graduate assistant must have a baccalaureate degree and be accepted into or enrolled in a graduate program. This position is responsible for providing administrative support for a variety of projects and programs within the VSU Solutions Center. Duties may include support for recruitment initiatives, new and emerging online and campus technologies, project planning and reporting, employee selection and training, and process improvement initiatives.
Closing Date: 04/02/2017 S00468
Serving under the direction of the Provost, the CIO serves as the senior administrative official responsible for leading the University’s Information Technology vision, strategic planning, change management, policy, architecture and infrastructure, and innovation initiatives. The CIO will be responsible for developing and communicating a strategic plan and portfolio of initiatives to both leverage the current and anticipated information technologies and services as well as explore and implement IT innovations which achieve the University’s educational, economic development, public service and research goals.
Review of completed applications will begin April 3, 2017