Career Resources in Management Information Systems
Creates and administers network design, implementation and maintenance including servers, hubs, and routers. Monitors networks for performance and workloads.
Assesses needs of network users. Analyzes, designs, and documents network configurations. Troubleshoots and solves network problems.
Plans and coordinates information systems projects. Leads and manages technical teams. Writes project plans and system documentation. Evaluates project results.
Leads, plans, coordinates, and provides technical and strategic leadership to support District information technology projects; oversees testing applications and makes modifications as necessary; and coordinates user training. Work includes project management, systems analysis, applications programming; and designing and documenting procedures
Studies the problems and needs of an organization in order to determine how people, methods, and information technologies can best be combined to bring improvements to the organization
Web Designer and Developer
Designs, develops and maintains web sites and services, including internet, intranet and e-business applications. Includes graphic design ability and the ability to incorporate emerging technologies into web design.
Responsible for the operation and support of web interface applications and systems which may include enterprise-wide applications. Often approves web content and consistency across the organization.
Computer Support Technician
Installs, repairs, and maintains desktop and enterprise computer systems, including hardware and peripherals.
Designs, coordinates, and administers enterprise databases. Establishes policies and procedures to assure consistent data models. Helps import and export data across multiple platforms.
User Support Technician
Helps assess and solve software and hardware issues and recommends solutions. Responsible for initial computer system setup and software installs.
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