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Why Work Here?

Computer and Information Technology (CIT) offers you the opportunity to work in a creative and challenging environment with a diverse work force who are skilled and caring.

Learning and Growing on the Job

IT staff at UB rarely have to solve the same problem twice. Emerging technologies and evolving student, faculty and staff needs all guarantee a steady supply of fresh challenges that will engage your creativity and expand your technical expertise.

In addition to on-the-job growth, working at UB offers access to a variety of professional development programs. UB's Human Resources maintains an ongoing schedule of workshops covering everything from understanding interpersonal dynamics to Microsoft Office. CIT offers its own set of activities through the employee-run CIT Professional Development committee. You will be invited to attend round table discussions on IT topics, explore ideas about work/life balance and learn skills that will contribute to your professional advancement.

A Supportive Environment

At UB we value one another and we believe that success as an organization is only possible when individuals are given the tools they need to succeed. By collaborating and facing problems together we translate our commitment to caring into better service for the campus's many constituents.

Opportunities for Advancement

UB's IT services run the gamut from server maintenance, to desktop virtualization, to mobile support, to Web development, to customer support and much more. If you are good at something, there is a place for you here. Joining our team gives you the opportunity to practice your craft on a large scale, in a complex and stimulating environment where there are many paths available for you to realize your full potential as an IT professional.

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