On a day to day basis you can expect to be involved in a multitude of different I.T. assignments. From escorting contractors inside secured communication rooms, deploying Cisco switches (and troubleshooting) to meeting with resident engineers discussing the activation of a federal hospital. In this position we are needed to be the "eyes and ears" of the I.T. department with very limited supervision. In this position I have met and worked with some of the all around best people in the industry. There is a lot of direction and encouragement from co-workers. However, you will get no direction, encouragement, consistency or organization from management. Which made this job very difficult.
very good entry level position with an i.t. department.
management very unorganized and very inconsistant.