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  1. Click one of the links above or click this link to access The Ohio State University Medical Center Employment website. The page will open in a new window.
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Job Title: Support Analyst

Job ID: 457055 

Salary Range Min: $14.79

Salary Range Max: $24.48

Support Analyst (Job Opening 457055) – Serves as Local Area Network (LAN) Coordinator for the Nisonger Center; coordinates and communicates with OSUMC IT to fulfill network request and provide new technical solutions; provides system support for Center devices including desktops, laptops, mobile devices and other peripherals (audio/video, presentation and video conferencing); coordinates requests related to OSUMC domain and user/computer accounts; conducts audits of system security and maintains appropriate logs and/or reports; installs and manages software, hardware, and other technology-based equipment; coordinates licensing of departmental software; maintains confidentiality standards; identifies and corrects malfunctions and other operational difficulties; maintains documentation of network problems and solutions; assists with a variety of technical requests, including: graphic design, web/electronic form conversion and accessibility, and general consulting; serves as Nisonger Center Asset Manager/Equipment Coordinator; tracks and maintains catalog of capitalized and non-capitalized inventory; follows University reporting processes and procedures; manages the release of retired assets to Surplus per University guidelines; follows OSUMC policy for recommended technology-based equipment and software, and provides quotes for electronic equipment requests; provides support to department for audio/visual needs for conferences, classes and lectures held within McCampbell Hall; coordinates usage, tracks condition and maintains functionality of equipment; creates and maintains departmental and program web sites; works with ADA coordinator’s office to stay current on web accessibility standards; other duties as assigned.

Bachelor’s degree in computer and information science or an equivalent combination of education and experience required; knowledge of microcomputer architectures, electronics technology, operating systems, and application software required; in-depth knowledge of at least one or two computer programming languages preferred; ability to move computer hardware to connect and/or diagnose and resolve problems desired. Requires successful completion of a background check