Associate IT Analyst

  • 1145 W 5th St, Austin, TX 78703, USA
  • Full-time

Company Description

Literati is transforming education through the deep personalization of books for every child. We believe the right books in the right hands at the right time can be life-changing, and we’re looking for an Associate IT Analyst to help us write the next chapter of helpdesk and IT support at Literati.

Founded in 2017, Literati is on a mission to inspire a love of learning through personally-curated book discovery. Our team of engineers, data scientists, creative thinkers, and unabashed booklovers have helped deliver over 5 million books to families across the US, with machine learning and proprietary reverse-logistics technology powering our Austin fulfillment center. Recently, we’ve expanded our reach into school book fairs, leveraging new systems and technology to deliver a modern, impeccably-designed book fair to students and educators.

Literati is the fastest-growing company in Arts & Literature in the US. We were recently ranked #3 on Inc’s Fastest Growing Companies in Austin, and named a 2022 Midsize Best Place to Work by Built In Austin. Our founder and CEO, Jessica Ewing, was named one of “Google’s Top 12 Most Innovative Minds'' by Fast Company. We’ve raised over $60M in venture capital to date, with key investors including Founders Fund, General Catalyst, Felicis, and 01A.

Job Description

As an Associate IT Analyst focused on all things IT, support, and helpdesk, you’ll ensure that all employees (your “customers”) are empowered to do their best work with the tools they have. You’ll troubleshoot all day-to-day technical issues, help onboard/offboard employees, maintain office IT inventory and equipment (laptops, printers, switches, routers, etc.), and continuously educate end-users on best practices and IT strategies. Although many processes and technologies have been implemented at Literati, there is still so much room for ownership, improvement, and the ability to “choose your own adventure” in a growing company. Here are just some of the things we can’t wait to see you accomplish:

  • Partner with the People Ops team to understand employee onboarding/offboarding schedules, set up new employees with all necessary equipment, and manage all offboarding procedures
  • Provide Tier 1-2 onsite and remote helpdesk support for Apple and Windows devices with minimal supervision, resolving technical issues and taking the opportunity to educate end-users when appropriate
  • Prioritize and triage issues efficiently through effective organizational skills
  • Track and organize all IT inventory, proactively refreshing supplies before they create any roadblocks
  • Assist the IT Manager with larger projects – new security protocol rollouts, company-wide educational training, setting up new office/warehouse locations, conference room setup/improvements, etc.



  • 1-2 years of professional IT support experience working directly with end-users in a cross-platform (Mac and PC) environment
  • Demonstrable experience single-handedly troubleshooting and resolving desktop/laptop issues with minimal supervision – you can ‘Macgyver’ a solution for just about anything!
  • Empathetic and customer-focused mindset – you enjoy educating employees on new protocols and how they can best self-service their issues
  • Excellent organizational skills – you can prioritize tasks effectively, track inventory, and ensure delays are kept to a minimum 
  • Must be based in Austin, TX, or willing to relocate – expect about a 50/50 split between in-office and work-from-home support 


  • A+ certification, or equivalent certification/education in computer repair/maintenance
  • Specific experience in a remote helpdesk environment – about 70% of Literati’s workforce is remote!
  • Google Workspace experience is highly preferred
  • Fundamental knowledge of how networks function (DNS, DHCP, IP schemes, etc.), experience with Mobile Device Management (MDM), and/or AV setup for conference room technology is also preferred

Additional Information

At Literati, we value the power of reading for all: anyone who dreams, anyone who wonders, anyone of any age, from any background. We are dedicated to cultivating and preserving a culture of inclusion and connectedness that sees, reflects, welcomes, and celebrates the innovation and talent of a diverse array of people. 

We offer competitive salaries, company equity, medical/dental/vision insurance, short-term disability insurance, parental leave, employee assistance programs, flexible work schedules, and 160 hours of paid time off per year.

We seek people with drive and a touch of alchemy. We also recognize that some people — particularly underrepresented groups, women, BIPOC, LGBTQ+, etc. — may not be comfortable applying to a position unless they meet 100% of the qualifications. Even if your experience isn’t a precise match for the role, we highly encourage you to apply! And if your career has taken you to some spectacular — or spectacularly strange — places, we love a good story.