The Administrative Technologist will:
Install, connect, configure, upgrade, troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair client computing devices including desktop, laptop, and handheld computing systems and peripherals. This activity may include moving systems and peripherals within and between the locations identified in Exhibit A (excluding locations in the Guam zone) incidental to performing tasks covered under the contract. Repair activities will be limited to tasks normally accomplished by personnel working in a campus environment such as replacing internal hard disk drives, memory modules, or interface cards. Install, configure, upgrade, troubleshoot, and diagnose client computing software. This includes, operating systems, application software, utility software, and DoDEA procured/developed standard system software. Self-directed installation, connection, and troubleshooting of network devices (hubs, switches, wireless access points) incidental to providing network connectivity for client computing devices. More complex activities will be performed at the direction and under the close supervision of higher level support personnel. Maintain elements of campus IT infrastructure such as rudimentary interconnection of network devices; configure and connect end-user devices to the network; perform system monitoring routines such as verifying system backups, virus scanning, analysis of disk space utilization, user and computer account management and maintenance. Troubleshoot and resolve problems related to these activities. Ensure that elements of the campus IT infrastructure and AT work spaces are consistently maintained in an uncluttered state of good order and organization. This includes office and other work spaces utilized by Contractor personnel, clusters of end-user computing and communications devices and related cabling deployed in instructional and administrative spaces, cross-connection and aggregation points, and other IT related structures commonly found on a campus. Manage user accounts and access relating to the electronic messaging infrastructure including problem description, troubleshooting, escalation, and resolution. Provide support for DoDEA standard systems servicing functional areas such as Fiscal, Human Resources, Logistics, and Procurement to ensure systems operate and are maintained in accordance with DoDEA Pacific IT guidelines. Provide direct end-user support on the proper use and operation of desktop/laptop systems hardware, peripherals, software, and network resources. Provide Government developed briefings to endusers on Information Assurance and Computer Security annually during regular work hours. Use the Government-provided helpdesk system (Pacific Service Desk) to open, track, monitor, escalate and resolve all service requests. This position may be required to work outside normally scheduled duty hours in support of the activities above. Work outside of normal duty hours must be authorized by the COR.
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