Campus Support Technician I

first_imgPosting DetailsPlease view posting details below. To apply to this posting, pleaseclick the link above.Job TitleCampus Support Technician IPosting NumberF003903Position StatusFull TimeAssignment LengthThis field only applies to FacultyGrant FundedNoCategoryComputer ServicesClass Code46Pay Rate$13.41LocationSoutheastDepartmentDT Technical Media ServicesJob SummaryResponds to staff requests for technology equipment, support andsupplies, performs minor repairs on equipment and assists withinventory. Troubleshoots and repairs technology equipment.Installs, modifies, and makes minor repairs to microcomputerhardware and software systems and provides technicalassistance/training to system users.Essential Duties and Responsibilities• Completes scheduled technology setups/Ensures equipment is ingood operating condition• Ensures correct software, firmware, and updates are done to theintegrated systems• Experience in installing audio‐visual‐control systems includingvideo conferencing systems, cabling and terminating video/audiosystems, and equipment rack fabrication• Provides system testing and troubleshooting expertise on high‐endA/V integrated control systems (i.e. Extron)• Responds to emergency calls for assistance/Performsrepairs/adjustments on equipment• Responds to faculty/administrative requests for technologytraining and support in person or through email• Assists with maintaining inventory of all campus technologyequipment• Ensures an efficient workflow and maintenance of establishedquality control standards• Assists with the installation and preparation of technology forcampus events• Assists with equipment troubleshooting, maintenance, andresearch• Responsible for maintaining the schedule of campus events relatedto technology• Inspects microcomputer equipment and reads order sheet listinguser requirements to prepare microcomputer for delivery• Installs or assists service personnel in installation of hardwareand peripheral components such as monitors, keyboards, printers,and disk drives on user’s premises• Loads specified software packages such as operating systems, wordprocessing, or spreadsheet programs into computer• Instructs user in use of equipment, software, and manuals• Diagnoses system hardware, software, and operator problems• Assists with scheduling requests for equipment and software forclassrooms• Attends the workplace regularly, reports to work punctually andfollows a work schedule to keep up with the demands of theworksite• Completes all required training and professional developmentsessions sponsored through Tarrant County College ( TCC )• Supports the values of the College: diversity, teachingexcellence, student success, innovation and creativity and serviceto the College• Supports the mission, values and 3 goals and 8 principles of theCollegeThe duties listed are intended only as illustrations of the varioustypes of work that may be performed. The omission of specificstatements of duties does not exclude them from the position if thework is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.The job description does not constitute an employment agreementbetween the employer and employee and is subject to change by theemployer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the jobchange.Required Education, Experience, Certifications,Licensures• High school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma ( GED )• One (1) year of experience in technical user support or mediasupportDesired Education, Experience, Certifications,Licensures• Associate’s Degree from a regionally accredited college oruniversity• Experience using and supporting microcomputers• Experience working with Crestron and Extron equipmentKnowledge, Skills and Ability• Knowledge of advanced computer graphics• Experience with computerized systems• Basic knowledge of computer networking• Excellent problem solving abilities• Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet and presentationsoftware• Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills• Must be proactive, self‐directing and goal orientedAccommodationsReasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals withdisabilities to perform the essential duties andresponsibilities.Special Instructions SummaryPosted04/16/2021ContactMichael Johnson*817-515-3091Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResume / Curriculum VitaeOptional DocumentsCover LetterUnofficial TranscriptsCertification / Licenselast_img read more

Jazz Is Phish, Ft. Members Of Snarky Puppy, RAQ, Sun Ra & More, Announce East Coast Tour

first_imgThe all-star ensemble of Jazz Is Phish is returning to the road next month! With instrumental takes of Phish classics, the group never fails to keep people dancing with their unique interpretations.The band will tout a top-notch rotating cast of musicians, including Michael Ray (Sun Ra, Giant Country Horns), Chris Bullock (Snarky Puppy), Kevin Moehringer (TV On The Radio/High & Mighty Brass Band), Todd Stoops (RAQ), Anthony Wellington (Victor Wooten Band), Jonathan Scales, Derrick Lee, Kofi Burbridge (Tedeschi Trucks Band), Grant Green Jr. (Masters of Groove), James Casey (Trey Anastasio Band/Animus Rexx), Adam Chase (Strange Design), Matt Chase (Strange Design) and Josh Thomas (With Lions). The band also promises special guests throughout the run, so be sure to check out the band on tour.The full schedule runs from February 10th through the 18th, and features a handful of shows in the Southeast. After stops in Greensboro, Raleigh and Asheville, the group finishes off a four night run with a throwdown in Atlanta. They pick things up just a few days later, returning to Brooklyn at The Hall At MP for some jazzy Phish madness.The band made their Brooklyn Bowl debut back in December. Check out videos and highlights from that show here. Be sure to check out the full tour schedule below:Jazz Is Phish Tour Schedule2/10: The Blind Tiger – Greensboro, NC (tickets)2/11: Southland Ballroom – Raleigh, NC (tickets)2/12: Asheville Music Hall – Asheville, NC (tickets)2/13: Smith’s Olde Bar – Atlanta, GA (tickets)2/18: The Hall At MP – Brooklyn, NY (tickets)Greensboro – Raleigh – AshevilleMichael RayChris BullockAnthony WellingtonJonathan ScalesDerrick LeeAdam ChaseMatthew ChaseJosh ThomasAtlantaMichael RayKofi BurbridgeGrant Green Jr.Chris BullockAnthony WellingtonJonathan ScalesDerrick LeeAdam ChaseMatthew ChaseJosh ThomasNew YorkMichael RayJames CaseyChris BullockKevin Moehringer Todd StoopsAnthony WellingtonAdam ChaseMatthew ChaseJosh Thomaslast_img read more

VDH COVID-19 Update: Cases fall under 100 as Pfizer vaccine distributed

first_img2.2% Total tests 3,970 People tested 2 Deaths+ Total people recovered * Includes testing conducted at the Health Department Laboratory, commercial labs and other public health labs.+ Death occurring in persons known to have COVID-19. Death certificate may be pending. Hospitalization data is provided by the Vermont Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Coalition and is based on hospitals updating this information.Find more data at: healthvermont.gov/currentactivity(link is external).COVID-19 TestingTesting is an important tool to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Learn more about who should get tested and find a site near you at healthvermont.gov/covid-19/testing(link is external).Guidance for Vermonters and BusinessesHealth information, guidance and data: healthvermont.gov/covid19(link is external)Sector guidance: accd.vermont.gov/covid-19(link is external)Modeling: dfr.vermont.gov/about-us/covid-19/modeling(link is external)Governor’s actions: governor.vermont.gov/covid19response(link is external)Get the information you need at our Frequently Asked Questions(link is external).School & Child Care GuidanceStrong and Healthy Start: Safety and Health Guidance for Vermont Schools(link is external)Mental Health: A Strong and Healthy Start: Social, Emotional and Mental Health Supports During COVID-19(link is external)Child care: Health Guidance for Child Care and Out of School Care(link is external)More resources on the Your Community web page(link is external).Take Care of Your Emotional and Mental HealthIf you or someone you know is in crisis or needs emotional support, help is available 24/7:Call your local mental health crisis line(link is external). Text VT to 741741 to talk with someone at the Crisis Text Line(link is external).Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline(link is external) at 1-800-273-8255.For more information visit healthvermont.gov/suicide(link is external).Visit our Coping With Stress(link is external) web page.Get connected to Alcohol and Drug Support Services at VT Helplink(link is external).Get self-help tips and connect to mental health services at COVID Support VT(link is external).Food resourcesIf your financial situation has recently changed, you may now qualify for Vermont nutrition and food programs, including WIC program (Women, Infants and Children), 3SquaresVT/SNAP, and more. Newer programs such as Farmers to Families and Everyone Eats are helping to fill the gaps. Contact the Health Department(link is external), Hunger Free Vermont(link is external), or call 2-1-1 for more information.Find Opportunities to Support the COVID-19 ResponseVermonters can now step up and help with the COVID-19 response in long-term care facilities and other areas. Visit www.vermont.gov/covid-staffing(link is external) for more information.Stay Informed with VT-ALERTStay up to date on the latest COVID guidance and information by registering for Vermont Alert (VT-ALERT), the State’s emergency notification system. Visit www.vtalert.gov(link is external) and select the alerts they would like to receive (COVID information is listed under “Health Alerts”). Current subscribers can also update their notifications. Notifications are available via email, text, phone and the Everbridge mobile app. 640,896 86(6,243 total) 10 Percent Positive (7-day average) Hospitalized under investigation 214 Number Travelers monitored 191 Daily Update on Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)December 18, 2020New or updated information is in red and bold.This update is available online at healthvermont.gov/covid19(link is external)Click the “See the Latest Update” button.Please visit the Vermont Department of Health’s COVID-19 web and data pages healthvermont.gov/covid19(link is external)Officials give vaccination update, urge Vermonters to stay safe for the holidaysHealth Commissioner Mark Levine, MD, said at Friday’s press conference that all hospitals have now received their allocation of COVID-19 vaccine for the first week and have been busy vaccinating their higher risk healthcare staff.Meanwhile, the state pharmacy partners — CVS, Walgreens and HealthDirect/Kinney Drugs — are scheduled to begin clinics at long-term care facilities next week.“We need to be patient as we wait to make sure those at highest risk are protected right now,” Dr. Levine said. “While we won’t get to watch all the vaccinations that continue over the coming months like we saw the very first one, we can keep this in mind: every time a Vermonter gets vaccinated, all of us benefit.”Before finalizing the next priority group for vaccination, we are awaiting recommendations from ACIP, which will be meeting this weekend, and our own Vaccine Implementation Advisory Group which met today. As important as the vaccine is, we must stay focused on preventing the spread of COVID-19, Dr. Levine said, especially with the holidays that begin next week.“The guidance that is currently in place still calls for us to avoid social gatherings, and the CDC has also said: the safest way to celebrate is to celebrate at home with the people you live with,” Dr. Levine said.We need to remind anyone who does get together with others, to keep gatherings as small as possible, wear masks, keep a 6-foot distance, go outside if you can. And always stay away from others if you’re sick.Plan ahead to get tested — right afterward, and seven days later. And if you gather or travel, plan to quarantine — stay home and away from others, either for 14 days or seven days with your negative test result (as long as you don’t have symptoms).“The fact is, we need to acknowledge that some people will choose these higher risk activities, but if we can encourage them to take these steps, we can still help protect our communities from further spread,” Dr. Levine said. “And please strongly reconsider any gathering that involves a person with underlying medical conditions or an older person.”Questions about the COVID-19 vaccine?The COVID-19 vaccine is now here in Vermont, and hospitals have begun vaccinations.If you’re looking for the latest information about who can get the vaccine now, where and when people will be vaccinated, visit healthvermont.gov/covid19-vaccines(link is external). Check back often, as we update this web page with new information. And sign up for our Weekly COVID-19 newsletter(link is external) to stay up to date.While we wait for vaccine to become more widely available to Vermonters, we must keep up our prevention practices, including physical distancing, mask-wearing and handwashing. This is still the best protection from getting and spreading COVID-19.New at healthvermont.gov(link is external)The Holiday Messaging Toolkit for Schools(link is external) has been updated with messages to share with families for the winter holidays and break. The toolkit contains social media posts plus images, sample newsletter drop-in text and information to help schools share with staff and parents. You can find it, and other resources, on our PreK-12 schools page(link is external) under “Guidance.”Each county in Vermont has a 2% or lower percent positivity since March. Since October 1, percent positivity has increased in every county except Chittenden. Learn more about the percent positivity by county in the latest Weekly Data Summary Spotlight(link is external).Vermonters who are Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) represent 6% of the state’s population but 18% of COVID-19 cases. BIPOC Vermonters with COVID-19 have significantly higher hospitalization and chronic disease rates, relative to white non-Hispanic people with COVID-19.A new data brief(link is external) delves deeper into how BIPOC Vermonters have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, due to systemic and structural racism affecting the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, and work.Case InformationCurrent COVID-19 Activity in VermontAs of 12 p.m. on December 18, 2020 Description 27 107 Currently hospitalized 248,986 Hospitalized in ICU Contacts monitored New cases* 11,400 People completed monitoringlast_img read more

Two men rob Ventura sandwich shop

first_imgVENTURA — Police are investigating a robbery today at a Subway sandwich shop. Ttwo men in their mid-20s entered the store at 6120 Telegraph Rd. at 5:35 p.m., threatened the clerk and demanded money. They were given an undisclosed sum, then fled. Anyone with information about this robbery can contact Ventura Police detectives at (805) 339-4394, or make an anonymous call to Crime Stoppers at (805)385-TALK or (805)494-TALK. Information leading to an arrest could lead to a $1,000 cash reward. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more