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Faculty: Engineering
Civil & Environmental Engineering

Deadline Date: Thursday, January 25, 2018

Applications are invited for the post of Engineering Technician II (Grade 8) in the Computer Laboratory, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering.


Duties of the post include:


  1. Providing technical support regarding the configuration and maintenance of core networking infrastructure.

  2. Installing, maintaining and supporting computer hardware, software and peripheral devices performing additions, changes and upgrades when required. 

  3. Maintaining and managing Departments’ servers including license managers, print servers and file servers.

  4. Facilitating and assisting both staff and students with connectivity to the Department’s wireless network.

  5. Advising and assisting staff and students in the purchase of computers and peripherals and providing functional checks and software installations of new computers bought through The University.

  6. Providing training to staff and students in the use of computer software and peripherals.

  7. Facilitating video conferencing in the Department enabling real time two (2) way communications with the Department/Faculty and external parties.

  8. Reporting warranty breakdowns to suppliers and vendors and ensuring the timely completion of repairs.

  9. Requesting quotations for computer parts and accessories from vendors and assisting with the purchasing of these as required.

  10. Administering policies and standards governing the Department’s IT infrastructure.

  11. Performing any other related duties as assigned by the Dean, Faculty of Engineering or the Head, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. 



Applicants should have knowledge and familiarity with The University’s mission, structure, policies and procedures. Applicants must possess specialised knowledge and technical training in Data Communications, Information Technology or Computer Engineering. Candidates must be willing to work flexible hours when required and must have an understanding of the OSH Act.




Required: A BSc degree in Computer Science or any other equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution.



A Master’s degree in Computer Science from a recognized institution would be an asset.



Three (3) years’ relevant work experience. Candidates with working experience at a tertiary level institution would enjoy an advantage.



Client Focus                                        

Interactive Communication 

Using Information Technology                       

Work Ethics and Values

Continuous Learning                          

Problem Solving


Planning and Organising

Concern for safety                              

Attention to Detail


Salary will be fixed in accordance with Grade 8 of the salary scale.


Please follow the instructions for completing the online application very carefully.  The application must be completed in its entirety, since all of the information will be used in the screening process. Failure to complete the online application form as required will prevent your application from being processed.

Wherever possible resumes, curriculum vitae and other supporting documentation including birth certificates, awarded degree certificates should be electronically attached to the application.


Please use the link below for the Online Job Application Process.

Internal:           Click here to apply
External:          Click here to apply  

If staff members require assistance in applying for this position, kindly contact Ms Camille Timothy or Ms Tennille Taylor at extensions 82415/83416.