IT Technician IV Job Duties

The CSCLV has an immediate opening for an IT Technician IV. Please read through the job duties below for detailed information.

This position serves as the IT Technician IV for the Clinical Simulation Center.  This person will be setting up and breaking down the multiple skills labs in the center as well as maintaining the supply inventory and making sure all labs are stocked.  This person will also provide IT support for the center’s hardware, software, and all-encompassing A/V system along with, running high fidelity simulation and standardized patient events for all CSC learners and external contracts.  Incumbent must have experience upgrading, repairing, and replacing software and hardware components on workstations as well as being able to troubleshoot hardware and software issues.  Knowledge of high fidelity simulation manikins, task trainers, scenario programming and data capture applications are preferred.

This position requires normal set up, break down, storage, movement, and use involves frequent stooping, bending, pulling & pushing as well as lifting, pulling, pushing, & moving weights of 10lbs to 100lbs. Lifting of all equipment and manikin patients with weight in excess of 25lbs must be done with assistance of another person or lifting device.  The work schedule will be Mon-Fri from 8-5pm but could vary depending on the learners schedules.  This position will be required to work weekends sometimes as well.



Primary Support for Clinical Simulation Educational Activities


Provide IT Support for the CSC including:

  • Configure and install desktop applications
  • Create and manage user accounts in B-Line
  • Create and manage exam flow worksheets
  • Configure cameras, microphones, and other A/V equipment
  • Coordinate networks with administrators and outside vendors
  • Program of manikin simulators, task trainers, A/V, and data capture applications
  • Troubleshoot hardware and software issues
  • Collaborative evaluation of training session set up and/or scenario design to ensure effective application
  • Application and utilization of all types of training processes, systems, and equipment


Provide technical and operational support for:

  • AV systems
  • Data collection systems
  • Human Patient Simulator systems
  • Computer systems
  • Tele-conferencing systems
  • Task Trainer systems during practice, rehearsal, research & Learner:
  • Immersive Patient Care Management simulation scenarios
  • Lecture Animations
  • Skills & Task training
  • Standardized Patient Encounters






Manage Clinical Simulation Education Activity Related Supplies & Equipment

  1. Set-up and breakdown of all skills labs according to schedule
  2. Maintain inventory and par levels, for disposable and non-disposable supplies ready for use at all times.
  3. Pre-set/stock all CSCLV clinical & instructional areas ready for use at all times.
  4. Assists with weekly, monthly, and annual status check, cleaning, & maintenance according to CSCLV & vendor specific standards to ensure all equipment is fully operational and ready for use at all times.
  5. Ensure Faculty & Learners are oriented to capabilities, limitations, safety & proper use of all simulation manikins, trainers, AV, and CSCLV equipment
  6. Maintains a current Standard Operating Procedure reference notebook & electronic version for all activities related to daily operations of designated areas of responsibility.
  7. Assists with coordination volunteer activities related to operational support.



Promote ongoing mission & interests of CSCLV


  1. Assists with utilization tracking data for daily, weekly, and monthly reports.
  2. Participates in public relations events, community outreach and professional/civic service organizations & committee meeting as a CSCLV representative.
  3. Participates in CSCLV collaboration for ongoing performance improvement, implementation of new programs, budget development as well as strategic short & long range goals.
  4. Other duties or special projects as assigned.


To apply, visit the UNLV recuritment page.



The Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas (or CSCLV) is a 31,000 sq ft facility that opened at the Shadow Lane Campus in August 2009 and is shared among the University of Nevada - Las Vegas School of Nursing, Nevada State College School of Nursing, and University of Nevada School of Medicine.  The Health Sciences System (HSS) of the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) is working to ensure Nevada has a highly trained health care workforce to meet the state's current and future needs.


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The Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas is committed to delivering the highest quality education for healthcare students and professionals by providing access to state-of-the-art instructional technology and curriculum design within a collaborative and interdisciplinary framework.

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(Tuesday & Wednesday)

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At: Debrief Room

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