UVI Hiring an Extension Agent I, Information Technology

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UNIVERSITY OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS Extension Agent I, Information Technology Position Number: 121278 Department: School of Agriculture Job Description: • Provides technical advice.Answers phone and email inquiries regarding technology.
Advises university officials about technical issues in information technology.
Visits homes, schools, youth groups and clubs to support and evaluate methods, identify problems, assess needs and recommend strategies to improve quality, effectiveness, safety and conservation in information technology.
• Provides educational programs.
Plans and organizes workshops, demonstrations, presentations, training courses and special events such as fairs and field trips, to stimulate interest and provide training in the area computer skills.
Conducts training courses and workshops for UVI-SOA clientele in various aspects of technology.
• Conducts applied research, defines problems, employs appropriate methodology and conducts library research.
Conducts interview surveys.
Analyzes youth and adults, education and learning databases.
Evaluates technology programs quality.
Research hardware and software for the UVI-SOA.
Identifies and classifies patterns and trends in the area of information technology.
• Writes publications.
Develops curriculum for the information technology programming areas and explains best practices and procedures to clientele.
Design updating and maintain the UVI-SOA website.
• Technical assistants.
Assists with the maintenance and setup of audiovisual equipment.
Provides tech support to the UVI-SOA staff and the community at large.
Set-ups and administrate computer labs.
• Prepares exhibits.
Plans and designs educational exhibits and displays to promote UVI-SOA, illustrate new programs or to demonstrate new strategies in technology programming areas.
• Maintains databases.
Designs data collection procedures.
Collects data on tech courses.
Designs spreadsheet and databases.
Enters data on computer.
Maintains resource library for clientele.
• Receives, catalogs, and files books, periodicals, maps, photographs, and other items used for reference purposes.
• Supervision.
Supervises interns and student workers in a number of professional information technology projects.
• Coordinates groups.
Recruits and trains volunteers and interested individuals within the community to form clubs, associations and organized groups to study and promote technology development.
Provides leadership and technical advice to groups in organizing and developing programs and activities.
Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology or related area.
Preferred Qualifications: • The work environment consists of exposure to physical conditions typical of a normal office environment.
• Most of the job is performed while sitting, although the work may require standing or walking and/or the lifting and carrying of objects.
• Work environment: Works in an office and in the field.
Also, works occasional evenings and weekends.
• The noise level in the work environment will probably be low to moderate.
Some travel required for participating in meetings and conferences.
Moderate pressure to meet deadlines.
Posting Details: Posting Number: P120 Location: St.
Croix Position Type: Full Time Posted Salary: $35,000 – $40,000 Advertised Job Duties: • Provides technical advice.
Answers phone and email inquiries regarding technology.
Advises university officials about technical issues in information technology.
Visits homes, schools, youth groups, and clubs to support and evaluate methods, identify problems, assess needs, and recommend strategies to improve quality, effectiveness, safety, and conservation in information technology.
• Provides educational programs.
Plans and organizes workshops, demonstrations, presentations, training courses, and special events such as fairs and field trips, to stimulate interest and provide training in the area of computer skills.
Conducts training courses and workshops for UVI-SOA clientele in various aspects of technology.
• Conducts applied research, defines problems, employs appropriate methodology, and conducts library research.
Conducts interview surveys.
Analyzes youth and adults, education and learning databases.
Evaluate technology programs’ quality.
Research hardware and software for the UVI-SOA.
Identifies and classifies patterns and trends in the area of information technology.
• Writes publications.
Develops curriculum for the information technology programming areas and explains best practices and procedures to clientele.
Design updating and maintaining the UVI-SOA website.
• Technical assistants.
Assists with the maintenance and setup of audiovisual equipment.
Provides tech support to the UVI-SOA staff and the community at large.
Set-ups and administrate computer labs.
• Prepares exhibits.
Plans and designs educational exhibits and displays to promote UVI-SOA, illustrate new programs, or demonstrate new strategies in technology programming areas.
• Maintains databases.
Designs data collection procedures.
Collects data on tech courses.
Designs spreadsheet and databases.
Enters data on the computer.
Maintains resource library for clientele.
Receives, catalogs, and files books, periodicals, maps, photographs, and other items used for reference purposes.
• Supervision.
Supervises interns and student workers in a number of professional information technology projects.
• Coordinates groups.
Recruits and trains volunteers and interested individuals within the community to form clubs, associations, and organized groups to study and promote technology development.
• Provides leadership and technical advice to groups in organizing and developing programs and activities Open Date: 02/22/2022 Close Date: 03/22/2022 Special Instructions to Applicant: Email is the preferred method of communicating with applicants at the University of Virgin Islands.
You will be required to supply your email address during the application process.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) ACCOMMODATION: In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, anyone who needs an ADA accommodation for the purposes of employment should contact the Human Resources Office at (340)693-1410.
For information about relocating to the US Virgin Islands, please visit the Virgin Islands Moving Center at: www.vimovingcenter.com.
Internal or Externally Advertised?
External To apply: https://apptrkr.com/2924298.

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