IT Supervisor @ FAMU-FSU College of Engineering

College Computing Services at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering is seeking a motivated individual to join our dedicated team of IT professionals…

We are looking for an IT Supervisor to help us provide excellent, responsive support to our students, faculty and staff.  This is a regular, full-time A&P position, with benefits.

The ideal candidate will have significant professional experience in Windows computer support; audio/visual and classroom support experience is a definite plus, as is experience with Linux, macOS, iOS and Android platforms. Excellent Customer Service and communications skills are essential. A+ certification or equivalent knowledge is important. Solid understanding of Active Directory and associated tools and practices is important. Previous supervisory experience would be helpful, but this is also an opportunity for those looking to step into a supervisory role.

In this active, hands-on position, the IT Supervisor will lead our Workstation and Classroom Support efforts, guiding four direct reports and other members of our CCS team to maintain high availability of classroom technology and outstanding response to end-user computing needs. The IT Supervisor works with the Director and other members of the CCS Leadership Team to assure excellent overall IT services for the college.

The selected candidate will be employed by Florida A&M University, and work on-site at FAMU-FSU Engineering (adjacent to Innovation Park).

Persons wishing to be considered for this position should apply through FAMU – Go to, click the Menu button in the upper right corner, and click “Careers @ FAMU” in the right column; from there, scroll down until you see the Applicant links and select the appropriate one. Access the job postings, and search for “3728” (which is the Job ID). Note that the official job title is “Coordinator, Computer Systems Control (19895).” Applications must be received by February 15, 2022.

For questions about the position, you may contact Gary Eggebraaten, Director, College Computing Services, at