Information Technology Services (ITS) employs over 60 exceptional student technologists who undergo focused training, professional development and team building on an annual basis. Our student team members gain real hands-on experience working in the fields of Technology Support, Web Development, Network Administration, Computer Hardware Repair and Academic Technology. Many of our students stay with us for their entire four years and graduate not only with an outstanding degree from Plymouth State University, but with valuable job experience they can list on their resumes!
We are always looking for motivated, skilled and service oriented students to join our team. Below you will find a listing of the positions we are looking to fill for the upcoming school year and a link to their respective on-line application forms. Note that ITS student staff begin their Mandatory Training a week to 10 days before the start of the Fall academic term and will need to be prepared to move to campus early.
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The ITS Help Desk is looking to hire students to work at the Help Desk located in the Lamson Learning Commons. The Help Desk provides technology troubleshooting, campus information, and directory information to the entire Plymouth State community. We also run the Information Desk where we provide library services year-round. We are looking for students who enjoy working with the public, enjoy working with technology, and who have prior work experience in a customer service environment. We hire students of all majors for both work study and non-work study positions. Students who work for the Help Desk gain valuable real-world experience in both customer service and technological skills. Many of the students who have worked here in the past have gone on to have successful careers after graduation. Interested in working for the Help Desk? Apply to the Help Desk.
Classroom Technology and Events
Classroom Technology Services supports over 180 mediated classrooms, meeting rooms, and event spaces on campus year-round. We employ friendly and outgoing technicians with the willingness to learn valuable customer service and technology skills with on-the-job training in a positive, dynamic, and challenging work environment. If you enjoy working with people and love technology, this might be the right position for you. Working in Classroom Technology Services, means that you’ll troubleshoot and find varied solutions each and every day you work – no day will be the same! Positions are limited, so apply today.
Student Technologists will work closely with the Academic Technology Team to support the use of current technologies and new technology initiatives on campus. This position will offer support for academic technology projects by writing help documentation and blog posts, by producing screencasts and live videos, and by offering workshops and drop-in hours for multiple applications. Student technologists are expected to take initiative, to communicate effectively, and to have experience or interest in customer service, writing, web design, graphic design, and video production. Interested in working for Academic Technology? Apply today!
Makerspace student staff will work closely with the Academic Technology Team to support the operation and safety in using of all the tools and resources within Plymouth State University’s new Makerspace scheduled to open in the late fall of 2018. Student staff ill be expected to be communicative, customer-focused and have a safety-first mindset. They will be a part of and represent ITS (Information Technology Services) at Plymouth State University. For students interested in this position it would be helpful to have experience with rapid prototyping, robotics, and/or tool operation – or students should be passionate and willing to learn. If you are interested in a position at the Makerspace, please apply by filling out our online application: Makerspace Application
Computer Repair Center
The Computer Repair Center is looking for employees who have excellent customer service skills and are self-motivated. Additionally student applicants should have a basic knowledge of computer operation and terminology and basic hardware. There are typically two positions in this department and we welcome enthusiastic students with these skills to apply. Further training will be provided in the position to allow students to grow their skills while working at the Computer Repair Center. Interested in working for the Computer Repair Center? Apply to the Computer Repair Center.