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Director of Information Technology

Company

CABRILLO COLLEGE

Location

Aptos, CA

Job Description

CABRILLO COLLEGE
Human Resources Dept.
6500 Soquel Drive
Aptos, CA 95003

Employment Opportunity

Director of Information Technology
CR11-15
Starting Date: August 1, 2011

An Equal Opportunity Employer
www.cabrillo.edu

Under the general direction of the Vice President, Administrative Services, the Director of Information Technology provides leadership and strategic vision for planning and implementing information technology to support the instructional, administrative and operational programs and services of the District. The Director of Information Technology directs an array of services including data center operations, voice and data communications systems, administrative computing systems, network services, e-mail, intranet and internet services, virtual servers, storage area network, disaster recovery and back-up, technical support services, classroom services, computer hardware and software acquisition, inventory, emergency communications, maintenance and repair, computer system design and installation.

POSITION DESCRIPTION INCLUDES
• Coordinates and guides development and implementation of the college technology plan based upon the college master plan
• Develops and directs a technology infrastructure that supports the academic, administrative and operational functions of the district
• Works with District administrators to identify, prioritize and implement changes in information technology to improve college programs and services
• Develops, recommends and coordinates the implementation of policies, standards, protocols and user rights and responsibilities for the acquisition and use of technology
• Coordinates selection and directs the installation, refinement and upgrading of enterprise software systems (e.g. Datatel)
• Develops and enforces policies and procedures to ensure the protection of college technology assets and the integrity, security and appropriate confidentiality of college data
• Directs and coordinates the development and operation of telephone services, e-mail, and public and private cloud services
• Defines scope of projects and conducts research, outlines methods of approach and schedules projects in light of priorities, workload and available resources
• Directs and coordinates the installation, operation and maintenance of open access student computer facilities, the computer technology center and other student computer labs
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REQUIRED EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS
A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in management information systems, computer science or related field. At least three years demonstrated experience in information technologies management in a large institutional setting. Previous budget management experience (e.g. developing, implementing, and assessing short and long range plans); strategic planning related to technology; and supervisory experience required.

REQUIRED PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE
1. Computer hardware and software, communications systems and networks and related technology
2. Use and impact of technology on teaching and learning
3. Use of technology to support administrative functions, including enterprise software systems
4. Budget preparation and management
5. Effective oral and written communication skills
6. Effective interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy
7. Supervisory principles and practices

REQUIRED PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS
1. Solicit constructive input from stakeholders with differing priorities and perspectives as part of the decision-making process
2. Exhibit skills in systems analysis and design
3. Keep abreast of and be responsive to changes in technology
4. Demonstrate skills in project management
5. Mentor, train, develop, supervise and evaluate the activities of others
6. Communicate clearly and effectively verbally and in writing
7. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with faculty, staff and College administration
8. Perform consistently under the pressure of deadlines and other administrative demands and work cooperatively with others

SALARY
This is a 225-day administrative assignment. Starting salary ranges from $84,876 to $119,429. Cabrillo College provides an annual doctoral stipend of $3,402 for eligible employees.

APPLICATION DEADLINE
Initial screening of applications will begin on Wednesday, June 8, 2011. All completed applications received by this date will receive a full screening. However, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. (E-mail transmittals are not accepted.)

Cabrillo College seeks applications from all qualified individuals. It is the continuing goal of Cabrillo College to hire and retain staff that reflects the rich diversity and cultural heritage of the College District and its student body.

APPLICATION PROCESS
To be considered each candidate MUST SUBMIT to:

Cabrillo College Human Resources Department
6500 Soquel Drive,
Aptos, CA 95003
Phone: (831) 479-6217
Fax: (831) 477-3545

1. Completed and signed Cabrillo College application
2. Job-related resume
3. Transcripts from all colleges attended (copies acceptable) or official proof of request for transcripts
4. Three recent job-related letters of recommendation which address the candidate’s ability to perform the duties of this position
5. A short, clearly identified, separate attached statement (not to exceed two pages), which describes the relevant skills and experience you possess that demonstrate your ability to perform the duties of the Director of Information Technology at Cabrillo College given the current challenging fiscal climate. What are the most critical issues you will address in your first six months as Director?
6. Criminal History Inquiry Supplemental form

For more information, visit:
http://www.cabrillo.edu/services/hr/apps.html

 

Position Type

Full-Time

Job Functions

Director

Department/Division

Information Technology

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Salary Range

Travel Level

Education

Minimum Experience

Professional Designation

Contact Name

Contact Phone

(831) 479-6217

Contact Fax

(831) 477-3545

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Yes

Approval Date

6/9/2011 12:00 AM
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