Information Technology is committed to developing and supporting technology solutions that enable Michigan Technological University's faculty, students and staff to excel in teaching, learning, research, scholarship and public service. Select an open position below to learn more and apply today.

Open Positions

Help Desk Consultant

The Help Desk Consultant provides the first level of support for customers of Information Technology at Michigan Tech. The Help Desk Consultant will receive, prioritize, document and actively resolve IT help requests for University students, faculty, staff and the broader campus community. The Consultant works collaboratively with other Information Technology professionals to provide superior user service to the entire campus in support of teaching, research, and learning.


Network Engineer

As a member of the Information Technology team, this position is responsible for the planning, design, implementation, maintenance, troubleshooting and support of the University’s wired and wireless networks infrastructure. The main responsibility is the data network (routers, switches, WiFi, etc.). Other systems include the CATV, radio, and access control systems. You will contribute by performing diagnostics, resolving problems, advancing problems to vendors as required, working with other team members, and taking appropriate actions to assure appropriate and prompt solutions to system and customer problems.


Storage Administrator

We are seeking a Storage Administrator who will be responsible for the overall technical architecture of the storage, and backup and recovery systems, and will ensure their stability, resiliency and health. The Storage Administrator will also assist in the development of long-term strategies and roadmaps for the storage architecture and will work with the security team to ensure ongoing data security.


 System Administrator

We are seeking a System Administrator in our Core Services group. Responsibilities include the effective provisioning, installation/configuration, operation and maintenance, security, and performance of a large number of Linux servers and systems related to campus authentication, directory services, DNS, DHCP, application load balancing and web sites/applications.


 Telecommunications Technician

As a Telecommunications Technician you will be pulling, installing, and terminating cable for the voice and data network infrastructure at Michigan Tech.


Windows System Administrator

The Systems Administrators in our Windows team are responsible for the effective provisioning, installation/configuration, operation, maintenance, security, and performance of a large number of Windows workstations and servers. As a member of our Windows team you will also maintain the systems and services related to authentication (AD/Kerberos), configuration management (SCCM), patch management (WSUS), and application packaging and distribution.