First Financial Credit Union
  • 07-Feb-2020 to 07-Apr-2020 (PST)
  • Corporate Office
  • West Covina, CA, USA
  • $21.00 to $26.75
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

-Medical, Dental and Vision -Vacation time for Union employees (accruing from day one) available after 6 months of service -401(k) with 5% Safe Harbor Employer Contributions -Gain Sharing (Profit Sharing) -Additional Incentives and Recognition based on performance


When you join First Financial Credit Union as a PC Technician at our headquarters in West Covina, will be relocating to Pasadena soon, you are joining a team of dedicated, self-motivated individuals who enjoy helping others and working in a collaborative and progressive environment. We don't shy away from our success and work hard each day to make great things happen for our members, our teams, and ourselves.

 

Position Overview

 The role of the PC Technician is to provide First Line/Tier 1 support to end-users, and to perform troubleshooting for desktop and network systems as necessary. The PC Technician is also responsible for supporting and troubleshooting the Credit Union network, including both Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN) configurations. In addition, the PC Technician provides support for all First Financial Credit Union hardware and software, including installation, preventive maintenance, inventory documentation, and working with vendors facilitate repair as needed

 

 Essential Functions/Duties include:

  • Provide tier 1 and occasional tier 2 technical support, which includes centralized incident and request handling for users, with a focus on first call resolution. Use best practice for incident management including detailed ticket documentation and application of analytical skills to identify root cause and quickly determine the resolution
  • Diagnose, triage, and escalate incidents and requests to appropriate tier 2 and tier 3 assignee and/or team while ensuring adherence to department service standards
  • Facilitate tier 4 technical support as needed, and interface with vendors to ensure successful resolution of tier 4 escalated issues
  • Participate in disaster recovery, system redundancy, and business continuity planning and testing
  • Provide status reports of work activities, as requested by IT leadership
  • Work with IT team members to identify issue trends and suggest long-term strategies to help mitigate incoming issues
  • Occasionally may be required to travel to branch locations on support calls and installations
  • Provide onsite and remote technical support using tools for standard configurations of workstations, laptops, operating systems, software, hardware, printers, and peripherals
  • Handle problem recognition, research, isolation, resolution, and trouble ticket follow-up for routine user problems, referring more complex trouble tickets to supervisor or more senior-level Helpdesk Technician
  • Assist in system upgrades and maintenance, including, but not limited to, add and/or remove memory, hard drives, video cards and power supplies
  • Troubleshoot and repair common personal computer hardware and software problems, such as Microsoft Windows operating system problems, Microsoft Office software problems, and simple network problems with Internet browser software
  • Use Microsoft Active Directory tools for account creation/disabling, password reset, and group membership
  • Assist with the design, implementation

 

Minimum Requirements

  • At least 1 year of full-time experience either administering a current Microsoft Windows/Active Directory network, or working in a PC/Help Desk Technician role, or equivalent experience
  • Education: High School diploma.  College degree or relevant IT certification preferred. 
  • Ability to work overtime and/or weekends, if necessary
  • A comprehensive working knowledge of PC hardware and software, including current Microsoft Windows operating systems, productivity software, and common business applications
  • A working knowledge of Microsoft Windows/Active Directory networking, and Microsoft Windows Server administration

 

Our Culture

At the very heart of who we are is doing what is in the best interest of our members, employees, and the California educational community. By listening to, and knowing the needs of our membership, we have become their trusted advisor. We focus on our members' end-to-end experience (journey) and employees are empowered to help members make their financial dreams a reality.  To that end, we focus on hiring for talent and the right fit for our culture.

We are in business to serve the educational community, and our internal members our talented staff with the same respect and extraordinary service expectations.

At the credit union, we believe that talent and attitude count as much as skill and experience. As a result, we are looking for talented people who share our vision, our passion for the educational community, and for delivering exceptional service with the right attitude.

We believe in a good work/life balance and retaining our employees. We hire motivated people who we train to expertly perform and excel in their position--all in an environment where you can flourish and advance.

Perks

We offer the following exceptional benefits:

-Medical, Dental and Vision

-Paid Time Off (PTO) for Non-Union employees (accruing from day one)

-Additional PTO for every 5 years of service (up to 4 weeks)

-401(k) with 5% Safe Harbor Employer Contributions

-Gain Sharing (Profit Sharing)

-Additional Incentives and Recognition based on performance

-Special Product Pricing (discounted loan rates and interest on accounts with no minimum balance)

-Frequent employee appreciation and recognition events

-Opportunity to win trips with all-expenses paid

 

Community Minded, Just Like You

Our dedication to the educational community sets us apart from the big banks and other credit unions. Our staff and volunteers (Board Members and Supervisory Committee) enthusiastically spend hours volunteering at local schools each year. In addition, we zealously give back in many other ways, including:

  • Donations to local schools from both members and staff
  • Teacher Grants, Classroom Supplies Grants, Teaching Credential Grants, and Scholarships for Graduating High School Seniors (and those pursuing their education)
  • Community involvement local charities

History

We value and take tremendous pride in serving the financial needs of the California educational community. We were founded by educators for educators over 85 years ago. It's a role we take seriously and a mission to which we are just as committed to today as we were in 1933.

We continue to uphold a focus on educators, maintaining a charter and mission statement that emphasize our dedication. We have held steadfast to our commitment and have not changed our focus nor abandoned our relationship with the educational community over the years for the general public (as many credit unions have done to their core membership). In fact, our Board of Directors consists of current and retired educators, ensuring that the educational community will remain our focus on an ongoing basis.

For over 85 years, we have been providing better value to members, consistently demonstrating our commitment with our time- and money-saving products and services designed specifically for the needs of the California educational community.

We have 11 branches in Southern California, serving Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Diego County, the Inland Empire, the San Gabriel and San Fernando Valleys.

 

Career Opportunities

We are looking for talented people who share our vision, our passion for the educational community, for delivering exceptional service and for doing what is in the best interest of our members.

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