Working Title/Classification Title: Equipment Systems Specialist-Career
Priority Application Deadline (Posting will remain open until filled): Tuesday, September 27, 2022 at 11:55 p.m.
Eligible on-campus applicants in California State University Employees Union (CSUEU) Bargaining Units 2,5,7, and 9 will be given first consideration in the recruitment.
Under the general direction of the Physical Security & IT Manager, the incumbent is primarily responsible at varying levels for technical system support and capabilities, including the installation, maintenance, modification, and repair of equipment, products, and/or systems. Technical systems may be electromechanical or computerized (e.g., computer and peripheral equipment, telecommunications and network devices, audio and video equipment, Broadband Radio systems, Body Worn Cameras, and related transmission equipment and systems) and typically are integrated with or interconnected to larger systems. The incumbent may also have a role as a technical/ hardware user support representative.
Non-Exempt - This position is covered by health benefits, and is non-exempt, (eligible for overtime compensation) according to the Fair Labor Standards Act.
CSU Classification Salary Range: $3,625 - $7,216 per month
Hiring Range: $3,625 - $4,282 per month
Recruitment Type: Regular (probationary)
Work Hours: Alternative Schedule (4 days/10 hours) - Monday - Thursday: 8:00am - 6:00pm or Tuesday - Friday: 8:00am - 6:00pm. Shift to be determined by management at time of hire.
Campus Police / Campus Safety
To be considered for this position, a functional foundation of knowledge and skills in technical systems, computer science and equipment is a prerequisite. This foundation would normally be obtained through experience in computer science, electronics, telecommunications, or industrial technology or equivalent education, training, and related experience. Career knowledge and skills for the Equipment/Systems Specialist include a skillful and proficient knowledge of computer science, electronic (digital or analog) theories, mechanical design, and understanding of the operation and use of the equipment and systems commonly utilized in the assigned area.
Further progress within this classification is based on department need and work assignments requiring higher levels of skills and knowledge.
- Demonstrated knowledge, skill and ability to perform the core functions of the classification.
- Ability to differentiate between hardware and software problems;
- Ability and manual dexterity to assemble components and parts, and/or cable or wiring, by reading and interpreting reference manuals and schematics;
- Familiarity with materials, methods, and techniques used in the completion of equipment service assignments;
- Adept at using required tools, including computer systems, to accomplish tasks;
- Knowledge of applicable industry and safety codes and/or standards that apply to work environment and equipment;
- General knowledge of digital and analog theories (or relate technical areas) and ability to apply these in resolving equipment repair and system performance problems;
- Ability to use a variety of test equipment and diagnostic software to ensure system operation; machine tooling capability and/or ability to work at the component level.
- Able to use common package application programs; basic knowledge of programming concepts; has the technical understanding to work with vendors and/or subject experts in system programming to isolate and solve equipment related problems.
- Ability to physically install and configure equipment, connections, wiring and cable as required working from layout or plans;
- Ability to read and understand technical manuals and related documentation for equipment/systems that interconnect with or interface to installed equipment base
- Ability to use operating system features and network protocols as applicable to equipment area.
- Ability to use common package application programs; basic knowledge of programming concepts; has the technical understanding to work with vendors and/or subject experts in system programming to isolate and solve equipment related problems.
14. Ability to communicate effectively with staff, students and managers in a diverse environment.
15. Demonstrated ability to install, configure and modify Axon Body Worn Cameras system hardware and software, including demonstrated ability to provide support for users with AXON applications.
16. Skillful knowledge and ability to use Broadband Radio system features and configurations as applicable to equipment in the county area.
17. Experience in a higher-education setting, which demonstrates responsibility for customer service to staff and/or students.
18. Knowledge of telecommunications, networking and network topologies
19. Knowledge of other related camera makers systems and brands
20. Working with an IT Ticketing System
21. Experience with access control and fire systems
22. Bachelor’s Degree in related field (Criminal Justice or Computer Science).
Valid driver's license and maintenance of safe driving record required
Documents Needed to Apply
Resume. Failure to upload required document to the online application may result in disqualification.
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Note to Applicants:
Possession of the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview unless required by collective bargaining agreement.