Pros: 10 dollar massages, free parking, 75% off dependent tuition, free tuition, and money toward continuing education
Cons: no opportunities for advancement and lacking in leadership and goals
My typical day begins at 7:15. I have been opening the CSCC IT Support Center for 3 years. I have learned valuable skills in interpersonal communication and team work. I have also learned a lot about Virtual Machines, SEP, AD, SCCM, Novell Zenworks and GroupWise, MS Outlook, MS Office 2007, 2010, 2013. I am also assisting in rolling out the Office 365 – more... upgrade to our students.
Management was awesome, until my manager left. It is now run by a temporary manager who currently has another full time job at the college. It is understandably a tough spot for this person to be in, and he does the best job he can. My only concern is that my manager has been gone for 3 months, and they have yet to post his job.
I love my co-workers. We work together so well, and they are kind, understanding and they truly do their best.
The hardest part of the job is trying to walk an end user through a process you don't fully understand. I try very hard to learn as much as I can about technology, but it changes so quickly, that it can be tough to stay on top of it all.
I love my co-workers, I love the students, and I love the vibe of the college. It is a very positive place to work. I enjoy seeing students strive, achieve, and above improve their lives through education. – less