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OCIO Job Opportunities

The University of the Fraser Valley offers engaging career opportunities in a supportive, friendly culture that values integrity, inclusivity, community and excellence. In an ideal location near Vancouver, you'll experience the beauty and vibrancy of the Fraser Valley, one of the fastest-growing communities in British Columbia. At UFV, you can balance career aspirations without sacrificing personal pursuits. Come join us!

The Office of the CIO (OCIO) comprises the IT Services (ITS) and Business Transformation Office (BTO). The unit is experiencing a period of exciting transformation and growth with the goal of improving the technology experience and service delivery to UFV’s students, faculty, and staff.

IT Services Co-op Students

UFV IT Services Co-op Opportunities

Co-operative Education (Co-op) combines academic studies with relevant work experience. Academic semesters alternate with work terms, giving you up to two years of relevant work experience.   Work terms are 4, 8, or 12 months in duration. Co-op work term placements are not guaranteed but are awarded on a competitive basis. 

Apply for Co-op before the last Monday of the month in September, January, and May every year. You may apply at any time, but applications are only reviewed following the deadline. 

Learn How to Apply to UFV's Co-op Program

IT Services Staff

Team Lead, IT Service Desk

Posting number   J0622-1971
Contract              Permanent
Start date           As soon as possible after closing date
Salary  $72,677.00 - $87,141.54/Year
Review date       July 11 2022

The Team Lead, Service Delivery provides day-to-day supervision of the IT Service Desk Analysts, IT Lab Monitors and IT Service Desk Co-op positions. The position is responsible for delivering the highest quality service experience to students, faculty, and staff.

The role will lead of the day-to-day operations of the IT Service Desk and Computer Lab Monitors by applying strong leadership, mentorship, and technical skills. This role is pivotal to ensuring client requirements are met in terms of communication, prioritizing, escalating, and resolving incidents and service requests. This position will also inspire and motivate a culture of continual process improvement within these teams, as well as with the wider IT Services team.  Learn More...

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IT Services Staff

IT Computer Lab Monitor

IT Services Lab Monitors take shifts in the fall and winter semesters in the Abbotsford G210 drop-in lab as well as in the Abbotsford and Chilliwack library labs.   The computer lab position is designed for part-time work only as Lab Monitors are required to be active UFV students in that current semester. Lab Monitors can expect on average between 10-20 hours a week; however, these are on-call contracts that do not guarantee work.

To apply to become an IT Computer Lab Monitor, please send your cover letter and resume to itscomputerlabs@ufv.ca. Returning lab monitors need to reapply each semester.  Be sure to include your class schedule for the semester you are applying for. Ideally, this would be a screen capture of your schedule from within myUFV that shows your full name and student ID number to verify your identity.

Note: based on the volume of applicants, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  Learn More...

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