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IT Administrator 20-40%

Scandit, a Zurich- and San Francisco-based tech startup, is currently seeking an IT Administrator to work part-time (20-40%) supporting our growing global team.

If you want to make an important contribution to Scandit’s success and spend a couple of afternoons in a fun and international environment of talented engineers and young entrepreneurs during your studies, you are our person!


- Manage IT infrastructure (remote and physically in our Zurich office)
- Support employees in the U.S. and Europe with typical computer problems
- Manage cloud services, laptops and printers
- Manage network and VoIP infrastructure
- Help enforce and develop information security program

Desired Skills and Experience

- Knowledge of macOS and Windows
- Knowledge of networking
- Good sense of security
- Good oral and written English skills
- You must already be eligible to work in Switzerland

Why Scandit?

- Dive into the exciting start-up world and learn on the job
- Work with an energetic team who are passionate about disrupting the industry with mobile technology
- Join a fun, fast-paced international culture with a strong sense of adventure
- Take advantage of flexible schedules
- Work from our cool space in the heart of Zurich while interacting closely with your global colleagues


Please submit your application via the following online form from the link. We check it and send it to the responsible contact person of the company and directly contact you.
To submit your application you can follow this link:
You can copy paste this link into your browser.

Further jobs especially for students are on our webpage.

We are looking forward to your application and wish you a successful application process. Your Spotyourstudent team.

Publizierungsdatum: 25.07.2017 10:12:01
Name des Ansprechpartners: Moritz Baggenstos
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