Current Openings

Staff Openings

Thank you for your interest in joining our team. Below are the current openings we have available. If you see something that interests you, please apply! If you don't see a match, please know that we update our postings regularly.

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Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO)

Exchange Engineer

The Exchange Engineer is responsible for the design, build, implementation and management of OSU’s centralized Microsoft Exchange system and Office365/Exchange Online administration in a hybrid environment. This includes related components for anti-spam/anti-virus, archiving, e-discovery, mobile device support, and bulk email systems utilizing technologies to ensure efficient mail flow and delivery to internal and external organizations. The engineer will have expert knowledge of Windows Active Directory and DNS and oversee management of Linux operating system with experience in Postfix email application servers. The position also involves knowledge of Office365 administration, management of other cloud collaboration services utilizing Box and other related cloud based service offerings. This position will also manage email encryption services and technologies while creating and maintaining scripts/application code utilizing Powershell or appropriate coding language for management and operation of email related services. See full posting to learn more.

Intermediate PeopleSoft Programmer/Analyst

For this postion, the sucessful candidate will understand the details of the data conversion requirements from PeopleSoft and other legacy systems through interviews, meetings, and/or existing systems documentation or procedures. The Intermediate PeopleSoft Programmer/Analyst will analyze, validate and translate the business requirements into detailed SQL for extraction of data from PS/Oracle databases. In this position, the analyst will be responsible for creating the technical conversion design and mapping documentation from PeopleSoft to Workday. The Intermediate PeopleSoft Programmer/Analyst will conduct basic validation of converted data in the target Workday environment with responsibility for assisting functional business teams with comparison of data between PeopleSoft and Workday while debugging data conversion errors. The analyst will provide analysis and approach for cleanup of specific data sets in PeopleSoft and serve as a point of contact and liaison with business teams and technical conversion team. This position will work closely with the Conversion Manager, Conversion and other Technical teams, and Business Analysts/Users. See full posting to learn more.


Office of Distance Education and eLearning (ODEE)

State Authorization Program Coordinator

The State Authorization Program Coordinator assists in maintaining compliance with state and federal regulations that impact educational activities offered across state lines. Compliance with these regulations furthers the university’s mission to expand access and affordability and increase student success. This role helps ensure that an Ohio State degree will be recognized and students will be eligible to sit for licensure outside Ohio.

Under the guidance of the State Authorization Program Manager, this individual will develop expertise and maintain a working knowledge of evolving foreign, federal and state distance education regulations and their impact on Ohio State activities. The majority of this role requires researching and verifying state professional licensing board requirements and educational prerequisites for licensure. This individual will confidently communicate with state agencies regarding regulatory requirements, draft required disclosure statements, and communicate with university stakeholders about the impact of regulations on Ohio State programs. In addition, this individual will gather program information and student data, maintain a shared document storage system, and assist with the submission of required authorization applications and reports. See full posting to learn more.


Enterprise Security

Lead Security Engineer

In this role you will lead the operation and service delivery of the enterprise-wide Splunk system. You will be responsible for a team of engineers that will design, develop, implement, and operate Splunk services for university units and systems. You will help set the strategy and direction for a cohesive yet diverse service that enables University users and units to do their daily duties. Duties will include leading technical service design, development, operation, on-call support, ITIL service delivery responsibilities, and customer and vendor consultation. See full posting to learn more.


Student Employment

We employ more than 150 student employees with a variety of skillsets. Some students answer calls and guide customers, others work alongside staff on technology-based projects. Hiring managers post positions on a wide range of websites — including Student Financial Aid and Federal Work Study (login required) — to target a diverse population of student candidates. Many of our Student Administrative Assistants are recruited from the Fisher College of Business Job Board. The Enterprise Security Internship Program pulls many of their applicants from the College of Engineering (login required). Overall, our hiring managers tap into the many job boards provided by colleges within the university to identify a diverse group of talented students who help us do important work every day.

Classroom and Digital Union Support Student Tech

Hours: Part time student position (up to 28 hours per week and 38 during summer terms when not taking classes)

Pay Range: $9/hour


Provides customer service and incident support in classrooms and Digital Union computer labs by assisting faculty, staff and students with instructional technology, software use, and classroom AV systems. This includes, but is not limited to LCD projectors, computing devices, annotation devices, document cameras, video playback devices, integrated A/V systems, video conferencing, media support, lecture capture tools, digital content creation, and video and audio editing software. Troubleshoot problems within desktop, laptop and mobile computing environments, including Windows, OSX, iOS, and Android. Provide assistance with basic network troubleshooting, such as wireless setup. Performs daily maintenance of classrooms and labs, tracking classroom maintenance using LE provided tools. Position includes occasional heavy lifting. Training will be provided, but previous experience with any of these tasks are preferential.

Required qualifications:

Comprehensive knowledge and appropriate training in a diverse range of current learning technologies. Strong customer service and communication skills. Experience with incident management, resource management and problem resolution. 

Desired qualifications:

Experience in instructional technology installation and support strongly desired. General computing background desired. Knowledge of national and global technology trends helpful.