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Community Computer Alliance
371 Maier Pl Unit 15
Posted: September 30 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionThe Community Computer Alliance is looking for a Technician Intern! We're looking for a motivated self-starter interested in gaining professional experience. The Community Computer Alliance is a Columbus-based nonprofit that focuses on job force development for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. Interns will refurbish and rebuild machines donated to our e-waste recycling program.
• POST computers and monitors
• Build/repair computers
• Upgrade computers
• Coordinate ongoing troubleshooting and maintenance on existing systems
• Sort incoming electronic donations
• Have base knowledge of memory module speed, hard drive size, and processor type
• Follow inventory process documentation
As a technician, you are the life blood of Community Computer Alliance. You are what allows the company to move forward. Please also understand that this is a hardware based position, not software based, but all skills are taught.
Skills You Will Gain Working at CCA:
• Hardware and software installation
• Hardware troubleshooting
• Customer technical support
• Equipment testing
• Windows 10 and Mac installation
We require at least 10 hours per week, but the ideal intern would be able to work 15 hours over 4 days a week. We also require occasional Saturday events (approximately twice a month).
This position require someone who is able to follow instructions, but also be able to brainstorm and think for yourself. You will need to know basic computer knowledge, such as what a hard drive is and how to install memory.
*Reliable Transportation and ability to work mornings required*
You may be eligible to receive class credit for this internship!