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ABBTECH Professional Resources: Pc Technician

ABBTECH Professional Resources

This is a Full-time position in Buffalo, NY posted November 18, 2021.

Description: Subject but not limited to:1.

Deployment Services:Encompasses a broad range of deployment requirements including Refresh (routine replacement of aged IT equipment) and deployment of devices specified in users’ individual requests and Work Requests.

The technical staff engaged in the deployment is required to work closely with the PMO (Program Management Office) to provide continuous improvement in the quality and quantity of deployed systems.Receipt/asset control of systems for deploymentValidate SW inventory of target system and insure ” Build to order”accuracy of replacement systemCorrection of discrepancies identified, and root cause analysis to prevent future discrepancies.Execution of Pre-capture checklist required to assure success of the Altiris Deployment Solution capture activityIssue request for execution of Altiris Deployment Solution against target and replacement workstationsSet up replacement workstation at user locationTest and confirm customer satisfactionRemove and execute asset control procedures to excess the refreshed target system2.

Desk Side:Deskside technicians provide on-site support for incident resolution when remote support is unable to provide a solution.

They provide support for on-site delivery of work products and supplemental support as needed for remote delivery, and provide prompt and professional resolution of end-user incidents and problems.

The technicians also provide end-user support, troubleshooting assistance to resolve end-user incidents, and coordinate with other MITS organizations or vendors to resolve end-user incidents.

Desk Side support is intended to provide ” Physical touch”remediation for Hardware and Software incidents when that is required.

Nonetheless, there are times when Desk Side technicians can and should use remote tools to remediate an incident that Service Desk was not able to fix.

These activities are as described in the previous paragraph.The Contractor shall provide the IT support for equipment connected to the Local Area Networks (LAN) at locations.

The majority of the work will be for hardware and software installed on the workstation, peripheral devices, configuration and connectivity to the LAN.

Incidents will be assigned to the technicians using the incident management system, which is an implementation of HP’s Service Manager COTS product.

Each technician will manage his/her incident inventory in a manner that results in resolution of a minimum of 5 tickets in each 8 hour period while engaged in this effort, once they have been provided with training and familiarization with Deskside SOPs.Support consists of:Replace aged equipment and outdated software, i.E., RefreshmentRepair, day-to-day operations; Installation;Configuration; Move/Add/Change equipment processes; Enterprise Service Desk referrals (KISAM tickets); Technical instruction on the maintenance of the equipment and customer instruction on the use of the equipment; System maintenance and upgrade.Services include, but are not limited to:Technical support; Receiving trouble reports; Problem determination; Problem resolution;Hardware/software installation; Hardware/software upgrades; Hardware/software maintenance; Peripheral repairs and maintenance; Equipment inventory;Informal customer instruction; Relocation of computer equipment; Assembly/disassembly of computer accessories (for example, storage racks); Limited wiring and technical assistance on an ” As needed” basis on servers,Routers and wiring; Wireless.The Contractor will bring the workstation to full operating capability or escalate to the next level or open a new ticket.

Upon completion of the workstation installation, the Contractor will document the work performed, to include:A.

Work order number; B.

Brief narrative of actions to accomplish the work order; C.

Date and time of completion of work order plus total hands-on time, including testing and user interface; D.

Inventory number(s), equipment type, and equipment serial number; E.

Software name, version (if applicable) and license number; or COE version (if applicable).The Contractor shall sign the work order via ticketing system certifying fully successful installation.

This documentation will be provided to the Task Manager and Project Manager (if necessary) upon completion of the work order.*Requires 2+ years of experience, A+ certification preferred*Full time, contract position (M-F)*$16/hour*Benefits: Vacation time, medical (vision/dental), holiday pay*Paid weekly