Requisition No: 793258
Agency: Justice Administrative Commission
Working Title: STATE ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, 18TH CIRCUIT- MULTIMEDIA SPECIALIST I - 21009521
Position Number: 21009521
Posting Closing Date: 02/09/2023
JOB POSTING NOTICE
POSTING NUMBER 23-23
JOB TITLE: 6417 Multimedia/Help Desk Specialist
PAY GRADE: 47 ($33,000.00) Annually
DIVISION: Information Technology Services
SUPERVISOR: Pamela Manley, IT Director
DATE POSTED: January 24, 2023 EXPIRATION: February 9, 2023
This position acts as a Liaison with law enforcement to coordinate the transmission, submission, and receipt of digital evidence; perform video, audio and digital document redactions; search, retrieval, classification, storage, and conversion of digital media files which include but are not limited to photographs, audio records, video recordings, and paper documents through a variety of in-house and third-party document management platforms; Provide Tier 1 technical support for issues related to computer systems, software and hardware; Perform basic troubleshooting on various hardware, software and networking systems; recognize and escalate more difficult problems to Tier 2 support; Configure computer equipment including desktops, laptops, mobile devices, printers, and scanners; and Ensure outstanding customer service with a thorough, timely, and transparent resolution. The successful applicant will demonstrate flexibility, have extremely focused organizational and excellent problem-solving skills, have patience, a positive customer service mindset and a willingness to perform additional duties as required.
MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
A high school diploma or equivalency, vocational school or certifications with basic training in multimedia equipment and software, and one year of multimedia experience.
The successful candidate will have a strong knowledge of various software programs to include Microsoft 365, Adobe Creative Cloud, as well as other audio/video editing software. The ability to work in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment is a must.
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