Job Summary

The IT End User Services Analyst will provide end user support for the Crocs Distribution Center.  This role will proactively manage the end user hardware, user accounts and various systems and applications used in the Distribution Center.  Responsibilities include responding to and resolving incidents and requests submitted by warehouse staff as well as working with business users/ management to understand requirements, priorities and manage to their expectations. This role will specifically cover support for our weekend operations, which covers Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6am to 6:30pm. Must possess strong interpersonal, collaboration and troubleshooting skills. 

Primary Job Duties

 End User Technology

  • Provide evening technological support for our Distribution Center’s end user hardware/infrastructure operations
  • Follow established process and structure to deliver high quality end-user support to resolve technology support issues.
  • Troubleshoot wearable computers, phones, office equipment, and applications to identify and correct malfunctions as well as any other operational difficulties.
  • Follow established escalation and notification paths for critical operational incidents and issues

IT Technical Support:

  •  Install, configure and maintain personal computers, printers, Windows networks, workstations, network cabling, and other related equipment, devices, and systems; adds or upgrades of printers and related equipment, as needed.

Job Requirements

 Minimum Education:

  • A Bachelor’s degree or prior relevant experience is required 

 Minimum Experience:

  • Minimum 2 years of broad End User Technology experience in a global company (Prefer Retail) 

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Proven experience in warehouse support
  • Must have a thorough and current knowledge of personal computing devices and warehouse technologies
  • Experience supporting wearable devices running Touch Warehouse a plus
  • Experience supporting devices enrolled in SOTI Mobile Device Management a plus
  • Strong knowledge across a broad set of warehouse and end user technologies
  • Ability to prioritize and execute multiple initiatives, as a team player, in a collaborative and fast-paced environment and demonstrate strong technical design and decision-making skills
  • Excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills with the ability to present ideas in a business friendly language with a focus on Value proposition
  • Highly motivated self-starter with a “Sense of Urgency” who can be a part of highly productive teams
  • Exceptional customer service orientation with strong problem solving ability
  • Must be able to work weekends (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) from 6am to 6:30pm. 

Crocs is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment. 

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