BGI has the following contract based position with our direct client in New York, NY
Analyze, evaluate and diagnose escalated technical problems involving University enterprise-wide technology
services and products; assess complexity and determine resolutions; report on findings; recommend and document
solutions. Assess, initiate, plan and manage incident tracking database process and recommend system changes or
new product development for ITS enterprise wide services and applications. Collaborate with Team Leaders,
Technicians, IT Support Analysts (I and II), service partners, and vendors for problem management of complex technical support issues.
Diagnose problems and formulate solutions to University enterprise-wide academic and administrative computing issues (e.g., Classes, email, BRIO, SIS, Workflow products [HRIS, PASS, BIA, Albert], etc.): determine and recommend best course of action to immediately resolve
computer, network, and/or user problems; provide technical advice to users (faculty, students, administration, staff) to resolve complex problems regarding a broad scope of Client Services supported software applications. Consult with users on how to achieve optimal software processes and results on a
variety of hardware/software platforms and shared systems.
Assess, initiate, plan and coordinate management of incident tracking process and recommend system changes or new product development for ITS enterprise wide services, applications, and license provisioning (including SPSS, SAS, SUS, and Symantec) including beta and production system and server applications, workflow products, upgrades of large scale online and client-based ticket tracking system, virus notification systems, knowledge base, wired and wireless computer services, and database applications.
Supervise full-time technical support employees and students: exercise authority or make effective recommendations for hiring’s, promotions, salary adjustments, and any other change of status. Ensure staff are trained to provide adequate technical advice for University users. Identify and prioritize technical service assignments to ensure deadlines are met and time is used effectively. Review work for accuracy, schedule and dispatch staff to local sites to assist with diagnosis and resolution of problems.
Provide desk-side assessment, diagnosis and troubleshooting for incidents escalated by first tier to resolve complex problems with OS, software, or networking that result in system crashes or other interruptions in
academic or business processes of the University.
Assess and determine client community needs for training, awareness, and education: develop and conduct workshops and orientations for University administration, faculty, students and staff regarding availability and general use of ITS computer/network resources (e.g., Home, Roam wireless,
Dial-up networking, Blackboard, Classes or finance or administrative applications). Serve as spokesperson for ITS services; provide specific information concerning availability and accessibility of resources to external and internal service partners and vendors, students, faculty and staff.
Current Required Education
Bachelor's degree or related work experience.
Current Required Experience
2 years' relevant experience analyzing hardware, software and systems' performance, providing technical support including troubleshooting to resolve problems with hardware and software applications, providing training to non-technical users and staff supervision or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Current Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. Familiarity with network systems and instructional computing, including internet services, web browsers, Windows and Macintosh-based software, electronic mail
systems, and PC desktop applications (MS Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint). Ability to conduct training classes and presentations.
Current Preferred Experience
Help Desk Institute (HDI) certification; other professional level certification in service desk management.