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Solution Center Technician, Level I

Stationary Engineer (part-time)

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Solution Center Technician, Level I

Posted: November 7, 2018

Seton Hill University has an immediate opening for a Solution Center Technician, Level I.  

The Solution Center Technician, Level I serves as a first level of support to computer users of the University community by answering telephone support calls and walk-up questions as part of the campus Solution Center.  This position serves as a troubleshooter when hardware and software problems arise; and ensures that solutions are provided in a professional and timely manner. The Solution Center Technician, Level I works closely with other IT staff to ensure users are receiving the best service and support possible.

Requirements include a high school diploma, specialized computer systems and media center training plus 1-5 years experience.  Preference for hardware and software Apple certifications (comparable experience considered but will need to pass exams within 90 days).  The successful candidate should be competent using and troubleshooting PC and Mac computer hardware and software in classroom, lab, office and residential settings.  A broad knowledge of information technology including networking, file management, Microsoft Office applications, Internet and email systems is required.  The successful incumbent must possess strong interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, strong customer service orientation and experience working both individually and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.  The incumbent must be highly self motivated and directed and have the ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment.  In a normal workday, the employee may be required to combine standing and walking 70%-100% of a shift; lift up to 35 pounds frequently and up to 55 pounds occasionally.

Must be willing to work regularly scheduled shifts including day, evening and weekend shift assignments to facilitate coverage. The center is open during the hours listed: 8am-8pm (M-T-R); 8am – 5pm (W); 9am-1pm (Sat) with some occasional additional off-hours and holidays.

 This position reports to the Director of User Services.  


  • Respond to requests for technical assistance in person, via phone, or electronically.
  • Diagnose and resolve technical hardware and software issues.
  • Setup and service computers connected to the University’s local area network.
  • Provide training to students, faculty and staff in the use of computer hardware, software and network services; training may be done one-on-one, in groups, or through written documentation.
  • Research questions using available information resources.
  • Advise users on appropriate action.
  • Follow standard help desk procedures.
  • Log all help desk interactions through help desk software.
  • Redirect unresolved problems to appropriate resource(s).
  • Identify and escalate situations requiring urgent attention.
  • Track and route problems and requests and document resolutions.
  • Stay current with system information, changes and updates.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned 

If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a resume and cover letter to: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Stationary Engineer (part-time)

Posted: September 11, 2018

The Maintenance Department has a part-time opening for a Stationary Engineer to stabilize the operation of the boilers, pumps, air compressors, fans, and roof top units for campus buildings, emphasizing efficiency and safety.

The Stationary Engineer must be able to determine the reason for a boiler shut down and to decide what steps should be taken to resolve any related complications. The incumbent is accountable for the achievement of established goals and objectives. 

This position requires a high school diploma, a Stationary Engineer’s license OR PA State Association license, knowledge and experience in various trade, mechanical, chemical, and mathematical skills, are necessary.  This position involves affixing pipelines, therefore, experience in using hand and power tools, is required.

This position reports directly to the Lead Stationary Engineer; there are no supervisory responsibilities.


  1. Transcribes a Boiler Room Shift Report and a Building Status Report, for the Main Boiler Plant, Bayley Hall, Lynch, Library, St. Mary’s, Havey, Brownlee Farrell and DeChantal Dormitories, Performing Arts Center and Field House
  2. Maintains the proper operation of boiler, plumbing, electrical systems and emergency generators on campus.
  3. Responds to unanticipated calls from students, faculty and sisters concerning heat complications.
  4. Checks all gas, water and steam leaks during rounds.
  5. Performs chemical tests on disassembled and reassembled boilers.
  6. Performs all other duties as assigned.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a resume and covering letter, or application for employment from Human Resources, to: Bill Vokes, Director of Maintenance and Grounds, Seton Hill University -Box 168, Greensburg, PA 15601-15099