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Become an ITC

Thanks for your interest in becoming an ITC!

We are not currently hiring but will start recruitment after fall break (October 2014 for a January 2015 start date).

ITCsjumpingITCs provide one-on-one support to faculty, staff, and students regarding use of instructional technology. Areas supported include, but are not limited to:

  • Canvas
  • iPads and apps
  • Echo 360 (personal and classroom capture)
  • Video conferencing via WebEx or PolyCom
  • Promethean or Smart Boards
  • troubleshooting technology issues (including open educational resources such as Dropbox, Google Drive, etc)

All ITCs will complete training, in advance of the spring semester, in preparation for providing assistance. As members of the student staff team, ITCs will also work within small groups to support critical office functions (maintenance, software, public relations, etc).

ITCs must provide a minimum 10 hours of weekly availability and will not work more than 20 hours/week. Applicants must be able to make a minimum commitment of 1 year.

Take a look at our job description for additional information. If you have any questions, please contact us!

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  1. Brandon Mako

    I think the best parts of working as an ITC are the flexibility of work hours and the general feel of a friendly team environment. It is a great place to learn and grow in building skills for the future no matter the career path you choose!

  2. Alexander Julian

    The ITC program through the Digital Education Collaborative is a great program that teaches you valuable skills in many different aspects of technology. Being an ITC has given me leadership qualities, and customer service skills that I will be able to use in my real life job. This is an amazing opportunity and I recommend anyone to apply. The staff is great to work with and very flexible with student schedules.

  3. rebecca.suiter@live.longwood.edu

    This is a great job and will provide lots of opportunities to learn about new technology and build relationships with faculty and staff. We work as a team to solve issues and help faculty. Come join us!

  4. Kristen West

    This may seem like a lot of time and commitment, but we are flexible and work shifts are scheduled around your availability and we make things work! Come be an ITC, you won’t regret it!

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