Faculty Recruiting Support CICS

Staff Employment Opportunities

Under the direction of the Sr. Hardware Engineer, the Hardware Engineer has responsibility for providing hardware support for the College of Information and Computer Sciences (CICS) computing and networking infrastructure. The position installs, configures, troubleshoots servers, personal computers, and data center equipment, performs hardware maintenance on computing systems and network equipment and provides customer support to college faculty and staff by resolving hardware issues.  

Supports the Undergraduate Program Manager with the coordination of the College of Information and Computer Sciences' multiple undergraduate academic programs.  

The Human Resources Coordinator provides administrative support for human resources functions in the Manning College of Information and Computer Sciences (CICS).  

The Grants and Contracts Coordinator II oversees accounting, budgeting and administrative functions for a group of faculty and Principal Investigators in the College of Information and Computer Sciences. Coordinates the logistics of proposal preparation and the set-up of awards; collaborates with faculty regarding budget projections and fund allocations, initiates personnel changes, monitors expenses, and prepares financial transactions.

The Purchasing Assistant assists with the procurement of goods and services, management of travel registrations and travel reimbursements, and other business support duties as a member of the College of Information and Computer Sciences (CICS) finance and research administrative team. 

The Research Administrator is responsible for the full life cycle of quality research administration ranging from proposal development to post award administration, award close-out, and award compliance for a group of Principal Investigators in the College of Information and Computer Sciences.

The Computer Science Computing Facility (CSCF) Systems Engineer 2 designs, installs, configures, and maintains network infrastructure, servers, systems, and services in a complex and diverse server environment. Responsible for infrastructure Information Technology (IT) projects including planning, implementing, and monitoring. Develops and maintains custom scripts, programs, and applications. Coordinates and performs advanced technology device/equipment/system configurations and technical support.

The Director of Information Technology (IT) is responsible for directing comprehensive IT services and general infrastructure in support of all research, teaching, and other initiatives in the Manning College of Information & Computer Sciences (CICS). The Director supervises a large team of computer support staff responsible for maintenance of computer hardware, software, networking, security, and other equipment and infrastructure in all CICS buildings. The Director is responsible for making critical policy decisions and overseeing the implementation of those policies. They ensure the IT team provides a high level of customer service at all times.