Information Resources Asset Management Technician, Client Services – Clemments University Hospital
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This role provides support to Clements University Hospital. Duties include deployment of equipment (PC, printers, carts, peripherals, mounts etc.) according to equipment lifecycle schedule, and performs equipment checks to ensure equipment is operational and properly deployed (in good repair, cable managed, clean). Additionally, enters new equipment into inventory system of record, updates records when equipment is moved, runs reports within asset tracking system as needed and decommissions equipment, which includes removing from floor, palletizing, updating asset tracking info, working with surplus warehouse to remove equipment. This position is not work from home or hybrid. It is 100% on site. We are looking for someone who is self-driven, customer focused, good communication skills, and is comfortable working in a hospital environment. This position does not offer H1-B sponsorship.
Deploy equipment (PC, printers, carts, peripherals, mounts etc.) according to equipment lifecycle schedule. This includes cable management. Receive, unbox, assemble, label, equipment prior to distribution to customer or stockroom. Perform physical inventory of assets on the floor or stockroom and reconcile discrepancies. Perform equipment checks to ensure equipment is operational and properly deployed (in good repair, cable managed, clean). Attempt remediation and escalate as needed to technical teams. Enter new equipment into inventory system of record, update records when equipment is moved, run reports within asset tracking system as needed. Decommission equipment, which includes removing from floor, palletizing, updating asset tracking info, working with surplus warehouse to remove equipment.
Education and Experience
- High school diploma or equivalent and (3) three years inventory/asset or related experience, preferably involving computer equipment and peripherals.
- Valid state driver’s license, possession/maintenance of acceptable UT System driver rating.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Work requires ability to follow established procedures of moderate complexity in performance of tasks. Work involves devoting time to routine contact with personnel of other departments in providing information or concerning delivery of materials, equipment, and supplies. Work involves frequent lifting and/or moving of up to 50 pounds. Work requires telephone and personal contact with faculty and staff of university, clients, physicians, and outside organizations. Work requires ability to perform duties quietly and efficiently in all areas of campus, including hospital and clinical areas. Work may require protective gear/garments when working in clinical areas. Work requires use of calculators, personal computer, and other standard office equipment.
Work is performed primarily in office and clinical areas.
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This position is security-sensitive and subject to Texas Education Code 51.215, which authorizes UT Southwestern to obtain criminal history record information.
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