(Note: All information subject to change.)
Start Date: 6/7/2020 End Date: 8/22/2020
Compensation: Accommodations (shared room/bath) plus meals when campus kitchen is serving (Sunday dinner through Friday dinner).
Number of openings: 01
The IT Intern will assist the IT Assistant with technology campus-wide, including deploying computers, software, and printers. As an intern, you will be involved in classroom set-ups, classroom re-sets, imaging computers, and installing and updating software. You will also be called on to troubleshoot technology issues for staff, instructors, and students where necessary. The successful candidate will be comfortable with Macs and PCs, installing and configuring software and printers, have a basic understanding of networking, and possess troubleshooting skills. Some experience with Drones, VR, gaming technologies, Adobe Suite, photo and video editing, Google Business Suite, and Internet technologies would be most welcomed. Must be organized, able to learn and retain information quickly, reliable and self-motivated.
Basic Qualifications and Criteria
- Mac and PC operating systems
- Networking concepts (including Wi-Fi)
- Software installations and configurations
- Google Business Suite
- Adobe CC Suite
- VR, Gaming, Drones
What will be learned
Computer imaging, troubleshooting skills, networking, classroom setup and configuration, tech support, printers, software support.
The Intern Experience
Each intern is assigned to a specific area where they will learn and assist instructors, fellow staff members and/or students with various projects. Each intern is responsible for managing their time wisely, while we do have work to do, we strongly encourage you to take the time to make images/films and enjoy in the Maine landscape. Interns are allowed access to our facilities when not in use by a class; this can be discussed with your supervisor. Round table portfolio sharing events will be offered to the interns and TA’s weekly. This will include a rotation of upper level staff and faculty.