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Desktop Technician
at Atrius Health
Boston, MA

Desktop Technician
at Atrius Health
Boston, MA

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Atrius Health is a nonprofit healthcare leader delivering a system of connected care that enables us to know our patients better so that we can serve them well. Across 32 clinical locations, more than 50 specialties and 825 physicians, we provide proactive, customized care to more than 720,000 adult and pediatric patients across eastern Massachusetts. The Atrius Health practices including Dedham Medical Associates, Granite Medical Group, Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates and PMG Physician Associates - together with VNA Care - work in collaboration with hospital partners, community specialists and skilled nursing facilities, to develop innovative and effective ways of delivering care in the most appropriate setting, making it easier for patients to be healthy. We believe that by establishing a solid foundation of knowledge, understanding and trust with each of our patients, we enrich their health and enhance their lives.

Summary of Position

Under general supervision, responsible for supporting upkeep and maintenance of desktop computers within all Atrius locations to ensure they are running optimally. Duties include installing, testing, configuring, troubleshooting, and repairing a range of technology programs, systems and equipment. Provides accurate, timely, and creative solutions to first and second level end-user computer and networking problems to ensure customer productivity. Performs restorative and maintenance actions to resolve company-wide problems, using basic to advanced troubleshooting and technical skills. Responds to situations when standard procedures have failed in isolating or fixing problem equipment or software installations, moves, and/or configuration changes. Maintains accurate information and data regarding customer issues within the tracking system and according to policies and standards. Works on assignments that are complex in nature where considerable judgment and initiative are required to resolve problems and making recommendations. May determine methods and procedures on new assignments and provide guidance to other staff. On-call duties are an expected part of this position. Reports to an IT Manager or Supervisor.

Essential Functions

As a member of the IT Client Services Department at Atrius Health, Desktop Technicians must possess exceptional customer service skills by working to find solutions that surpass our customer's expectations. They should maintain a positive and friendly disposition; one that makes a good first impression and leaves a lasting one.

Maintains, analyzes, troubleshoots, and repairs computer systems and peripherals within all Atrius locations, while exemplifying service excellence. Provides a range of technology support services to customers in the company utilizing desktop management solutions. Troubleshoots and repairs computers and tablet\mobile devices. Installs, configures and maintains collections (groups) of desktop, laptop, and tablet\mobile devices and peripherals such as printers using the desktop management software. Works closely with the Helpdesk, Desktop Support, Telecommunications, and Infrastructure teams to ensure all systems are functioning optimally.

Resolves first and second level technology problems and performs troubleshooting for customers when required. Defines problems, collects data, determines facts and draws valid conclusions. Escalates third level support issues to higher level staff for guidance.

Tests and/or monitors systems to locate the problems. Uses technical manuals as needed. Once issues and solution are identified, makes repairs including reinstalling software or replacing hardware that is not working.

Conducts pilot tests for all changes to the PC environment. Once changes are made, tests computers before beginning a deployment of the change. Monitors outcomes as needed.

Documents all changes made to the PC environment according to established procedures.

Installs and configures application and operating system software and upgrades.

Troubleshoots and repairs hardware and network connectivity issues affecting the enterprise. Removes old equipment and performs data migration to new machine.

Creates and maintains installation processes for all computer systems.

Oversees the daily performance computer systems and evaluates software programs with regard to their compatibility with the standard desktop systems. Upgrades or replaces hardware and software systems as needed.

Reads and interprets documents such as operating and maintenance instructions and technical procedure manuals. Interprets an extensive variety of technical instructions and works effectively with abstract and concrete variables.

Schedules and performs work to meet established time lines.

Establishes and maintains accurate records or service calls and resolutions.

Maintains physical inventory of equipment.

Performs all job functions in compliance with applicable federal, state, local and company policies and procedures.

Non-Essential Functions

Performs other duties as needed. Any other duties performed which are not listed as essential functions are considered non-essential functions.

Minimum Requirements

Education: Associate's degree (or equivalent education, training or experience) in computer science. Special certification such as MCSA and/or A preferred.

Skills and Experience: Skills and experience typically acquired through 3 - 5 years of experience in desktop support. Experience installing, testing, and configuring communication systems, network dependent devices, and infrastructure components. Ability to troubleshoot and fix end-user problems. Experience with software and hardware upgrades. Excellent problem solving and exceptional customer-service skills. Thorough knowledge of PC hardware, software and network connections. Ability to install, repair and provide preventative maintenance of the PC and related systems. Strong hardware troubleshooting skills on workstations and laptops.

Must have the ability to lift and transport computers and computer related hardware weighing approximately 40 lbs.

Excellent benefits Include:

* Up to 8% company retirement contribution,

* Generous Paid Time Off

* 10 paid holidays,

* Paid professional development,

* Competitive health and welfare benefit package.

Atrius Health is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and does not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, training, promoting or any other employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, marital status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, military service or application for military service, veteran or disability status.

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