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 How We Hire
We’re looking for someone’s who’s good for the role, good for PCS and good at lots of things. We’re looking for smart,
team-oriented people who can get things done. When you interview at PCS we’re looking for 4 things.

Leadership: We’ll want to know how you adapted in different circumstances in order to mobilize a team around a
particular goal or situation.

Role Related Knowledge: We’re looking for people who have a variety of strengths and
passions, not just isolated skill sets.

How You Think: We’re less concerned about grades and transcripts and more interested in how you think.
We’re likely to ask you some role-related questions that provide insight into how you solve problems.

Our Current Career Oportunities:  Send resumes to: info@personalcomputerspecialist.com

We offer internships as well as full time employment.  Veterans Welcome.
The Personal Computer Specialist is a Managed Service Provider
to small and medium sized businesses of I.T. products and services.
These offerings cover a broad range of industries.

Our employees are our lifes blood. Providing our customers with
the best IT products and services includes having the best people
delivering them.
  We're looking for hard working people that take pride in and have a
passion for what they do. We reinforce and encourage continuous
learning and provide and environment for growth and expansion.
Things move quickly around here. At Internet speed. That means we
have to be nimble, both in how we work and how we hire. We look
for people who are great at lots of things, love big challenges and
welcome big changes.
Technical Sales Managers

Sales managers would direct organizations' technical sales teams.
They set sales goals, analyze data, and develop training programs
for organizations’ technical sales teams.
Technical sales manager will direct the distribution of products
and service by assigning sales territories,
setting sales goals, and establishing training programs for the
organization’s sales representatives.
They will analyze sales statistics that their staff gathers, both to
determine the sales potential and inventory requirements of
products and stores and to monitor customers' preferences.
        • Technical Sales managers recruit, hire, and train new members of the
    sales staff.
• Resolve customer complaints regarding sales and service
• Prepare budgets and approve expenditures
• Monitor customer preferences to determine the focus of sales efforts
• Analyze sales statistics
• Project sales and determine the profitability of products and services
• Determine discount rates or special pricing plans
• Develop plans to acquire new customers or clients, through direct
    sales techniques, cold calling, and business-to-business marketing
• Assign sales territories and set sales quotas
• Plan and coordinate training programs for sales staff

Technical Sales Engineers

Technical Sales engineers sell complex network security and
monitoring services and optimization technological products or
services to businesses. They must have extensive knowledge of
network maintenance and security measures.
• Locate and contact potential clients to offer the company’s product
    and service offerings
• Provide clients with estimates of the costs of IT solutions
• Process all correspondence and paperwork related to accounts
• Prepare and deliver technical presentations explaining products or
    services to businesses and prospective customers
• Prepare promotional plans, sales literature, media kits, and sales
• Confer with customers and engineers to assess equipment needs and
    to determine system requirements
• Collaborate with sales teams to understand customer requirements
    and provide sales support
• Secure and renew orders and arrange delivery
• Plan and modify products to meet customer needs
• Help clients solve problems with installed equipment
• Recommend improved materials or machinery to customers, showing
    how changes will lower costs or increase production
• Help in researching and developing new products

Computer Support Specialists

Computer support specialists provide help and advice to people and
organizations using computer software or equipment. Some, called
computer network support specialists, support information technology
(IT) employees within their organization. Computer network support
specialists, also called technical support specialists, usually work in
their organization’s IT department. They help IT staff analyze,
troubleshoot, and evaluate computer network problems. They play an
important role in the daily upkeep of their organization’s networks by
finding solutions to problems as they occur. Solving an IT problem in a
timely manner is important because organizations depend on their
computer systems. Technical support specialists may provide
assistance to the organization’s computer users through phone,
email, or in-person visits.
• Pay attention to customers when they describe their computer
• Ask customers questions to properly diagnose the problem
• Walk customers through the recommended problem-solving steps
• Set up or repair computer equipment and related devices
• Train users to work with new computer hardware or software, such
    as printers, word-processing software, and email
• Assist users in installing software
• Provide others in the organization with information about what gives
    customers the most trouble and about other concerns customers have

Bookkeeping Clerks

Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks produce financial
records for organizations. They record financial transactions, update
statements, and check financial records for accuracy. They record all
transactions and post debits (costs) and credits (income). They also
produce financial statements and other reports for supervisors and

• Use bookkeeping software, online spreadsheets, and databases
• Enter (post) financial transactions into the appropriate computer
• Receive and record cash, checks, and vouchers
• Put costs (debits) and income (credits) into the software, assigning
    each to an appropriate account
• Produce reports, such as balance sheets (costs compared with
    income), income statements, and totals by account
• Check for accuracy in figures, postings, and reports
• Reconcile or note and report any differences they find in the records

Computer Network Systems Administrators

Organize, install, and support an organization’s computer systems,
including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs),
network segments, intranets, and other data communication systems.
Administrators manage an organization’s servers and desktop and
mobile equipment. They ensure that email and data storage networks
work properly. They also make sure that employees’ workstations are
working efficiently and stay connected to the central computer
network. Some administrators manage telecommunication networks.
• Determine what the organization needs in a network and computer system before it is set up
• Install all network hardware and software and make needed upgrades and repairs
• Maintain network and computer system security and ensure that all systems are operating correctly
• Collect data in order to evaluate the network’s or system’s performance and help make the system work better and faster
• Add users to a network and assign and update security permissions on the network
• Train users on the proper use of hardware and software
• Solve problems when a user or an automated monitoring system informs them that a problem exists

Information Security Analysts

Information security analysts plan and carry out security measures to
protect an organization's computer networks and systems. Their
responsibilities are continually expanding as the number of
cyberattacks increase.
IT security analysts are heavily involved with creating their
organization’s disaster recovery plan, a procedure that IT employees
follow in case of emergency. The plan lets an organization’s IT
department continue functioning. It includes preventative measures
such as regularly copying and transferring data to an offsite location.
It also involves plans to restore proper IT functioning after a disaster.
Analysts continually test the steps in their recovery plans.
• Monitor their organization’s networks for security breaches and
    investigate a violation when one occurs
• Install and use software, such as firewalls and data encryption
    programs, to protect sensitive information
• Prepare reports that document security breaches and the extent of
    the damage caused by the breaches
• Conduct penetration testing, which is when analysts simulate attacks
    to look for vulnerabilities in their systems before they can be
• Research the latest information technology (IT) security trends
• Help plan and carry out an organization’s way of handling security
• Develop security standards and best practices for their organization
• Recommend security enhancements to management or senior IT staff
• Help computer users when they need to install or learn about new
    security products and procedures