comptech3 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 30 09:27:55 CDT 2008
On Tue, Apr 29, 2008 at 10:44 PM, Brad Knowles <brad at shub-internet.org>
> Now, putting on my UT Austin hat, I will say that our group has a number
> of job openings currently available. I think our pay is pretty close to
> industry-standard for this field and this region, and I think we have one of
> the best benefits plans in the business.
> If you're interested, keep in mind that if you were accepted for the job
> then you would have to move to Austin.
> In the central ITS department at the UT Austin main campus, here are the
> related full-time jobs we currently have open that I am aware of are (sorted
> by starting monthly salary):
> Posting Number Title
> ---------------- ---------------------------------------
> 08-04-04-01-0317 Associate Vice President for Operations 13,334 +
> 08-04-25-01-9382 Senior Network Engineer 7,500
> 08-04-29-01-9306 Manager, Computing Services 6,666 -
> 08-04-28-01-9317 Senior Systems Administrator 6,000 -
> 7,500 +
> 08-02-29-01-9330 Oracle Database Administrator 5,334 -
> 08-04-01-01-9326 Information Security Analyst 5,167 -
> 08-02-25-01-9319 Senior Systems Analyst 4,600 +
> 08-01-24-01-9385 Network Analyst 4,583 +
> 08-03-18-01-9319 Senior Systems Analyst 4,333 +
> 08-04-21-02-9318 Systems Administrator 4,166 -
> 5,000 +
> 08-02-12-02-9322 Systems Analyst - Web Developer 3,875 -
> 08-01-30-01-9322 Systems Analyst 3,789 +
> 08-04-16-01-9314 Desktop Support Specialist 3,216 +
> 08-03-28-01-9348 Information Analyst Trainee 3,084
> You can go to <http://utdirect.utexas.edu/pnjobs/index.WBX> and plug in
> the posting number and pull up the detailed descriptions of the various
> For the network jobs, don't be scared off by the fact that they say
> "network engineer". Apparently the networking guys have decided to give up
> on trying to hire any more really senior guys who already know networking
> really well and can also help them do all the internal system administration
> that they do. Instead, they're looking to hire otherwise qualified system
> administrators for these positions, and they'll teach them the necessary
> networking skills.
A Desktop Support Specialist requires a Bachelor's Degree? Wow!
At ACC, I support a computer lab used for computer-based testing, a second
computer lab that is the students' "Internet Cafe", administer the servers
that keep the lab going (2 Windows, 2 Linux), conduct 3rd-party
computer-based testing for nursing students, and provide desktop support for
our department faculty and their students. And I've been doing it for the
past seven years with only a high school diploma.
I'd be willing to bet that with only a high school diploma, the UT HR
Department would give me the bum's rush out the door.
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