Temporary Advanced Digital Media Services Coordinator
April 27, 2018
Ithaca, New York
Temporary position available from May 23, 2018 to November 15, 2018. Hours will vary from 30 to 40 per week depending on the workload.
During the scheduled leave of the Advanced Digital Media Services (ADMS) Coordinator, provide technical support and maintenance of hardware, software, color equipment, and audio-visual systems for faculty, staff, students, ADMS, and guests (limited). This includes managing/scheduling appointments and walk-ins and coordinating with supervisor, some vendors, and clients throughout the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning (AAP). Manage and calibrate all lighting and color equipment such as LCD's, lighting booths, AAP IT Documentation Space, AAP IT Imaging Space, and other proof lighting. Track hardware and software inventories, orders, and maintain technology supplies for AAP. Monitor and maintain AAP systems such as, but not limited to, Net-Print. Perform training through workshops for all AAP printing and imaging equipment related to the ADMS.
Demonstrated knowledge of computer hardware and software with a broad understanding of one or more operating systems, network environment, hardware platforms, and/or application areas. Broad knowledge of color proofing and digital printing/calibration in relation to digital fine art education. Excellent customer service and communication skills required. Knowledge of databases and inventory management systems.
No relocation assistance and no visa sponsorship is available with this position.
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