An IT asset coordinator is hardware analyst who plans, monitors, records and tracks IT assets to ensure compliance with vendor contracts, licenses and entitlements.
Usually, an IT asset coordinator is tasked with identifying and enacting solutions that allow the department to increase revenue and reduce cost – all through effective management of information technology assets.
Typically, an IT asset coordinator makes sure that both daily and long-term strategic management of software and technology-related hardware is handled properly. This may include planning, monitoring and recording of software licenses, and hardware assets to ensure compliance.
To be considered as an eligible candidate for the position of an IT asset coordinator, it is important to possess a degree in computer sciences or computer engineering.
You have to be a problem solver, and must (of course) possess exceptional technical skills if you want to work at this position. Additionally, you will need to possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, along with a great ability to multitask and work independently.
Since you will be working in a team environment, it is imperative to ensure that you can work effectively with people, and coordinate the work of IT teams effectively.
While working as an IT asset coordinator, you may be asked to perform some or all of the duties listed below:
Job Description for IT Asset Coordinator Resume
• Evaluate vendor hardware pricing model options and maintenance programs to ensure that total costs of ownerships are maintained.
• Assist in the tracking and management of all IT asset throughout its operating life.
• Ascertain that IT assets remain productive and cost efficient, even when depreciation begins to set in.
• Create and implement plans to dispose of hardware assets before they convert into liabilities.
• Develop and maintain strong relationships with different departments such as engineering, supply chain and legal partners to ensure clear communication and delivery of quality services.
• Explore different opportunities to maximize and exploit unused or partially used information technology hardware assets in order to receive full efficiency and return on investments.
• Provide support for the creation of asset management processes, such as routine inventory with existing and new solutions.
• Develop and implement procedures and policies to ensure that the company is following IT asset deployment and replacement policies.
• Plan, monitor and procure client-based hardware assets to ensure compliance with policies and protocols.
• Develop and implement procedures to track clients’ information technology assets to oversee quality control throughout their life cycles, whether purchased or leased.