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College Intern - Data Center Operations

  • Internship
    Off-cycle Internship
  • IT & Cybersecurity
  • Tempe

AI generated summary

  • You must have critical thinking skills, Microsoft Office proficiency, Windows & IE knowledge, networking skills, hardware troubleshooting ability, and familiarity with batch processing.
  • You will monitor IT systems, provide phone assistance to clients, perform problem-solving, and track data center IT assets to ensure smooth operations.


  • Preferred requirements include familiarity with many of the following:
  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Microsoft Office (Excel, Word), Outlook, Exchange
  • Windows Operating System
  • Internet Explorer, to include understanding configuration and properties
  • Networking, to include general knowledge of user accounts and login, FTP, dial-up/VPN, and Intranet vs. Internet
  • Desktop hardware, including the ability to problem-solve hardware component issues
  • Laptop hardware, including wireless
  • Batch processing


  • Monitor IT systems to detect error messages that signal malfunctions in communications of software and/or hardware and respond appropriately per documented procedures.
  • Provide phone assistance to internal SRP clients with varying degrees of technical knowledge.
  • Provide excellent customer service demonstrating patience while effectively dealing with client problems.
  • Perform problem-solving over the phone and determine appropriate course of problem escalation as required.
  • Perform detailed inventory tracking procedures of data center IT assets.


What kind of information technology knowledge is required for this internship position?

Basic information technology knowledge such as infrastructure, network topology, or help desk support is required for this internship.

How many hours per week is this internship position offered?

This internship position is offered at 20 hours per week.

What are the enrollment requirements for this internship?

Candidates must be currently enrolled and continue to be enrolled in a minimum of six 100 level or above college credit hours per semester for the duration of the position. Preference is given to sophomore-junior level applicants.

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